Yes we all like comebacks, you get hit with a statement or – in this case – a letter that just doesn’t cut it and you think of the best way to express your disappointment/anger/disgust. To ensure your message is well received lightly, you put in a touch of humour… with a tongue-in-cheek statement still, in the actual sense, you’d rather just say “no, thank you” or something of that sort.
3 4 rejection letters; funny, but send the message right across.
Princeton University, one of those Ivy league universities you’d want your kids to attend. Be sure your son does his research before he sits butt-in-chair to draft an application letter.
Now you know what won’t fly, should you decide to write for The New York Times.
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