Retirement Gag Gifts including Prank Ideas and Gags
Retirement can mean different things to different people. Some may long for it to come, some want it to come though not so soon, while others would rather work till they drop dead. Whichever the case, you can make the big day light-hearted and funny wih an appropriate gag gift. Check out the ideas for retirement gifts that we have for you below. Whichever you choose, be sure your co-worker or loved one can take the joke!
Retired with a pension, social security or personal wealth
If your victim has some form of social security or pension, he or she is probably feeling really safe and looking forward to retirement. Be sure to pull out the stops in your gag gift ideas! To rib your victim with a gag retirement fund, or get him fake office signs to help him start his post-retirement consultancy services check out 5 retirement gag gift ideas for laughs
What if your victim is retiring rich? As Maslow's hierarchy of needs (opens in new window)
states, he'll probably be looking for love, esteem or self-actualization, if he doesn't have these things already. Retirement can be boring, so liven it up for him by giving him 'self-actualizing' stuff like a personal news headline, or a best-selling book that he 'authored'. After all, there are some things money can't buy (or can it?). Check out 5 more gag gift ideas here
Involuntary retirement or retirement due to poor health
Well, not everyone wants to or can afford to retire, but it's no reason not to inject some humor into it. From a decision dice to while away their time to the "World's longest coffee break" mug, rib them for retiring without calling their attention to their financial or health woes. For these prank ideas and more, check out 5 ideas that you have to try
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