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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.
Retirement: World’s longest coffee break.
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.
Funny Retirement Messages
What do you call a person who is happy on Monday? Retired.
I’m retired – give me that senior discount.
Retired and under new management. See spouse for details.
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.
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 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.
Tip: Check out this retirement calculator.
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.
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