Saturday, July 25, 2015

I Quit: An Emotional Resignation Letter

Dear William,

Sometimes it takes a moment to realize what we want in life. I need a long break, just my priorities. I'm done always fighting for a spot when I know being here for such a long time now, I deserve that spot without asking for it. I've done the time and turned in superb reports which you often noted.

You know William, learning to walk away is hard but staying around waiting for God-knows-what is much harder. I'm quitting not because something went wrong. I'm quitting because I've tried my best, my hardest and none of my efforts made anything better or sadly, matter. The people around here will only lend a hand as long as it benefits them.I'm through letting this job define me or my happiness. So goodbye, I wish you guys well. I'm turning in my final report in at the end of the day.


Please Do Something About This Letter

Dear Larry,

To my astonishment I found out that the wrong package has been sent to the wrong client. The glass parcel is destined for the South office by the way. By now, this should be a clear indication that there's something inefficient about our release system. Please have your team do something about this.


Happy Birthday Letter

Dear Anita,

Happy birthday my dear! As you turn another year wiser, I wish you all the amazing things and awesome experiences. Go out there and conquer the world for me, your smile alone will open doors, this is your great big ticket to adventure.Thank you for being always there for me my dear friend since the very beginning.

I love you so much!



Friday, July 24, 2015

Letter Reaching Out to Friend

Got a troubled friend? Don't know what to say? Reach out today with this letter for a friend in need:

Dear Cathy,

I never realized how bad it was until I saw you the other day. I know you are still hurting from what happened. I know that pain won't go away easily. Of course, you're gonna tell me you don't need any help. But trust me I've been there, I know how hard things can be. I miss you friend. It breaks my heart to see you like this. Please don't shun me again, I just want to help you in anyway.


Thursday, July 23, 2015

Sorry Letter for Breaking Borrowed Things

Dear Paige,

I know things went south when I broke the stuff that I borrowed from you. Hope you could give the chance to make amends and replace what I've broken. I want to find the same item brand new for you or something even better, if you could tell me where you bought it. I'm sorry I know it probably holds a lot of value to you more than the tag price, but really if I can make it up to you in any way please let me know. I am truly, deeply sorry.


Room Mate Throws Party Letter


We had a party at your place, it was too damn fun. Too bad you missed it.
Check out my instagram. We found your secret stuff!

Next time ditch the date and bring the beer!


Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Sorry Letter for Bad Joke and Offensive Comments

Dear Ben,

It breaks my heart that you are hurting because of the things I said. I would do anything in the world to take it back.

I do understand now with a clear head that the things I said that day were very offensive, incredibly demeaning and outright rude. That those nasty words that came out of my mouth were not a joke. Or in any way the least bit funny. I now understand that it was out of line.

You know me on my better days, I am not that kind of person. But like anyone on this planet, I can fail miserably and be a really awful person anyway. I suck as a human being. There's no excuse for what I've done and said. It was a bad thing, a terrible thing. You are my dear friend and I would give anything to say sorry to you in person. But before anything else, I would also like to say sorry to your family or anyone else hurt and affected by those words I said.

Forgive me.


Asking Mom for Extra Allowance Letter

Plead your case for extra cash with mom. Remember the trick to get a bigger allowance is to always ask nicely and reasonably. Do present yourself as a responsible kid and not a greedy one that will just blow their hard earned paycheck on useless stuff. Your parents work hard for a living, show them that you're worth the money spent.

Dear Mom,

I know money's tight right now. But what I'm getting right now is not enough for snacks or lunch or let alone buying supplies I need for my school projects.

I know this is not the right time to ask, but I'm asking anyway, I need an upgrade in my allowance, I hope could spare me an extra amount as an extra incentive. I promise to do better at school and behave better when at home. Just to let you know and not to make you worry, I plan to spend the money wisely, only on things that are important. We can talk about it.

I love you.


Please Keep the Music Low Letter

Dear Bill,

Your neighbor struck a conversation with me last Friday as I was getting your groceries in and I noticed that they're more exhausted than usual. They can't get much sleep in because of the loud music you play all weekend. They work late and have an infant to take care of. They are asking nicely if you could keep your music low late at night.

So be considerate and stop being a dick.

Your sister,

Please File the Paper Work Letter

Dear Ross,

If you would like to be part of the project
please file the necessary paperwork like everyone else.
Pain not withstanding, this is still a worthwhile endeavor.

Thank you,