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Funny things to write in a leaving card

Funny things to write in a leaving card

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Famous Graham

26,553 posts

137 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Aren't "funny things written in cards", not, by definition?

PD9

1,822 posts

97 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Jasandjules said:
Thank f**k for that, the coffee machine will be free.
One of my favorites hehe

thegavster

6,554 posts

174 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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"Goodbye you ... now show this to your mum."

"About the Xmas party... there's been complications, call me"

Both those are courtesy of Rob Newman IIRC

monthefish

18,929 posts

143 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Famous Graham said:
Aren't "funny things written in cards", not, by definition?
I've chuckled at quite a few of the posts in this thread

(especially liked the one about the fiver/whiparound).hehe

TonyHetherington

32,079 posts

162 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Every so often a birthday card comes round to sign. So "Happy Birthday, all the best, from Tony" goes straight in.

Card on my desk.

"Happy Birthday, all the best, from Tony"

It was a leaving card, already signed by 60+ people.

Bugger!
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thegavster

6,554 posts

174 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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TonyHetherington said:
Every so often a birthday card comes round to sign. So "Happy Birthday, all the best, from Tony" goes straight in.

Card on my desk.

"Happy Birthday, all the best, from Tony"

It was a leaving card, already signed by 60+ people.

Bugger!
Probably funnier for the recipient than 99% of the other things in there though biggrin

okgo

26,810 posts

110 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Chap here writes "sorry you're leaving" in EVERY card that comes round.


Steamer

9,942 posts

125 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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okgo said:
Chap here writes "sorry you're leaving" in EVERY card that comes round.
That must work a treat in the "Get Well Soon" and "Sorry to hear about your recent bereavement" cards!

rofl

Mr_Yogi

2,921 posts

167 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Someone in my department just writes "Best of British" in all the cards confused

V8S

8,581 posts

149 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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All these are inordinately funny, especially Tony's admission. biggrin

DrTre

12,955 posts

144 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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When you're new to a company and a colleague you have only fleetingly met gets rushed to hospital at the weekend, don't write a bland/blokey "Keep your pecker up" on the card without first finding out what's wrong with him...apparently his words were "Is he having a fking laugh?"

..Torsion of the testes as it turns out.

WorAl

10,877 posts

100 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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DrTre said:
When you're new to a company and a colleague you have only fleetingly met gets rushed to hospital at the weekend, don't write a bland/blokey "Keep your pecker up" on the card without first finding out what's wrong with him...apparently his words were "Is he having a fking laugh?"

..Torsion of the testes as it turns out.
rofl

Lastinclass

511 posts

92 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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I always write:

Remember every meeting has an idiot in it... if you can't stop them keep quiet!

Steamer

9,942 posts

125 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Lastinclass said:
I always write:

Remember every meeting has an idiot in it... if you can't stop them keep quiet!
or... if you can't spot them, it might just be the slexdistic person standing by the white board with a marker pen in his hand hehe

benoli

1,351 posts

101 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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thegavster said:
TonyHetherington said:
Every so often a birthday card comes round to sign. So "Happy Birthday, all the best, from Tony" goes straight in.

Card on my desk.

"Happy Birthday, all the best, from Tony"

It was a leaving card, already signed by 60+ people.

Bugger!
Probably funnier for the recipient than 99% of the other things in there though biggrin
could be worse . . could be a 'with condolences' card

dickyf

524 posts

137 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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staple your business card in. should give the right message especially if done so badly it sticks out of the side and wont go in the envelope properly.

Fastra

4,169 posts

121 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Put kisses under every name from the opposite sex that's already signed it and make them really regret leaving......!!!??

V8S

8,581 posts

149 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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dickyf said:
staple your business card in. should give the right message especially if done so badly it sticks out of the side and wont go in the envelope properly.
rofl

V8mate

38,448 posts

101 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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V8S said:
dickyf said:
staple your business card in. should give the right message especially if done so badly it sticks out of the side and wont go in the envelope properly.
rofl
hehe excellent!

snuffle

1,587 posts

94 months

Tuesday 5th May 2009
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Who ?