Connect with us

Lifestyle

To-the-point resignation trend is still on! Now You Tube India shares classic resignation letter

Netizens are not just loving these no bakwaas resignation letters, but it has turned into a mass trend this month

Published

on

resignation letter
Advertisement

New Delhi: Writing a resignation letter to your boss might not be as simple as it sounds. While employees have been trying their best to leave their organizations on a pleasing note for ages, several stern resignations have taken up the internet by storm for the past several weeks.

Netizens are not just loving these no bakwaas resignation letters, but it has turned into a mass trend this month.

Now, the video-sharing platform Youtube India has shared the latest addition to this trend with a short and simple two lines resignation letter that starts with “To whom so ever it may concern”, and ends on a decent “Yours Sincerely”.

Though the in-between is what caught the eye of social media users, that read – “chaliye shuru karte hai (let’s start itchaliye khatam karte hain (let’s finish it)”.

The letter further reminds Internet of Megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s quiz reality show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ signature monologue – “chaliye shuru karte hai (let’s start it)”.

As Netizens are amused with Twitter India’s hilarious take on the trend, Bajaj Capital too hop on to the trend train and shared a bizarre written ultimatum by an employee which read, “Dear sir, meri neend, mera sukh chain lauta do warna mera ho gaya (please return me my sleep as well as mental well-being or else I am done)”.

Previously, industrialist Harsh Goenka had shared a hilarious resignation with caption, “This letter is short but very deep. A serious problem that we all need to solve…”.

The employee named Rajesh in the letter had written, “Dear Sir, I resign. Maza nhi aa rha (I’m not enjoying it)”.

 

Advertisement