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Our funny retirement messages give you lots of ideas on how you could introduce some humor into a card, email, caption or speech to express some fun, retirement sentiments.
When your boss or work colleague is retiring, it tends to be a fun occasion where folks are looking for a reason to laugh. Adding some appropriate humor where folks are laughing with everyone, and not at anyone, can be great when done well. It might take a little practice and planning.
Enjoy these funny retirement messages.
Happy Retirement Messages
- And so the adventure begins.
- He who laughs last at the boss’s jokes probably isn’t far from retirement.
- Woo Hoo! ‘Nuff said.
- Goodbye tension, hello pension.
- Never forget the difference you made.
- Congratulations on extending your weekend by five days.
- The best chapter of your life is about to begin. Happy retirement!
Retirement: World’s longest coffee break.
Happy Retirement Wishes
- Think about the millions you have earned over the years for your company in your career; then ask yourself why you weren’t able to retire sooner.
- From being concerned about your 401K to worrying if Special K is still in the pantry — you’ve come a long way. Enjoy your well-deserved retirement.
- Celebrate all that you’ve accomplished!
- Time to enjoy the good life!
- Your real adventure awaits.
- Now retired, but always admired.
- Now the fun really begins.
- Old enough to retire, young enough to enjoy it.
- Leaving so soon? Let the good times roll.
- The man, the myth, the legend is now retiring.
- Best of luck with your future adventures.
- They’ll have a hard time filling your shoes when you’re in flip-flops.
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Funny Retirement Messages
- What do you call a person who is happy on Monday? Retired.
- I’m retired – give me that senior discount.
- We’re really going to miss doing all of your work for you.
- Take me with you! No, seriously, can you?
- You’re living proof we can all get out of here alive.
- You’re dead to us… JK, have a great retirement, and stay in touch.
- Retired and under new management. See the spouse for details.
- Retirement: Taking all the meaning out of weekends.
- Retired and down to one boss: my wife!
- Congrats on your re-tire-ment. Have a wheelie good time!
- You lucky bastard! All the best from all the rest.
- We took a vote and it was decided that what you’re doing isn’t helping any of us.
- Still amazed you didn’t get fired first. JK, have some great adventures.
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What to write in a retirement card
- Congratulations on your retirement. Now you have more time to work on everything that you’ve been putting off for so long.
- Retirement life is seven day weekends. Congrats – you deserve all the best!
No Alarm Clock
And No Problems.
- Retirement: Goodbye Tension Hello Pension. We couldn’t be happier for you. So, get your happy on and have a great time. Send postcards when you think of it.
- Cheers to a new chapter!
- I hope your retirement is everything you dreamed it would be.
- Wishing you all the happiness in the world.
- Enjoy the relaxation and the freedom that all your hard work has earned.
- You will be missed immensely, but never forgotten.
- Congratulations on living the dream!
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Retirement Card Messages
- For the love of God, take me with you! No, seriously. I will beg.
- You’ll be making the rest of your life the best of your life.
- Retired does not equal expired. Come by and check-in with the old crew whenever you want. We’re already missing you.
- Relaxing days are here, at last, working 9 to 5 is part of your past.
- Say it with me: “No more Monday Meetings!”
- You are a person that I admire, even more so as you retire.
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- Retirement: This is what “Get a Life” means.
- Where every day is Saturday.
- When you stop living at work and start working on living.
- Retirement: Now the fun really begins.
- Taking all the meaning out of weekends.
- Where evening meals are eaten late afternoon.
- A day when you stop working and start living.
- Retired: Doing what I want when I want.
- This is why Facebook was invented.
- Earned it, living it, and loving it!
- Young at heart; slightly older in other places.
— Mike O’Halloran
Mike is the founder and editor of Greeting Card Poet.
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