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When submitting a letter include any comments you wish to have associated with the letter.

Letters and comments go through a review process and may take up to one week to add.

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Interviewer: Well, looking over your resume that you wrote on a used paper napkin, I really do not see what qualifies you for this job as Web Developer or any job here.

Job Seeker: Well sir, it says my last name is Short...nephew to Chris Short, the janitor.

Interviewer: Excellent! Who cares about finding a Web Developer for this job. Tell Chris I said hello...and the bathrooms look spotless. Oh yes...Welcome aboard!

About Us:
Letters of Rejection is a web application designed for venting frustration. The goal of this site is simple; to display failure in a laughable environment. It is not our policy, nor is it the point of this site to offend, anyone or any company.

Kinds of letters we accept:
We are looking for letters of all types, letters from companies, colleges, former mates, lay off notices, or firing notices. We would prefer career related, but we will gladly take anything that rejects you as a person. Also, many times when you apply for a job, you get either an auto emailer or auto mailer which states your resume was received and that someone will contact you soon. Since they never do, that auto reply is your rejection letter...so we accept those too.

What else should a letter contain?:
Each submitted letter must also include some sort of comments, with some sort of venting, or comments defending the letter.

What else do we accept?:
We also accept comments based on letters already in our database. The types of comments we look for are venting or defending a letter in some way. We do not want comments like...this letter is great or this site is pointless. Only objective comments will be displayed.

If you are still unsure, just browse our current database of letters and comments to get the idea about things we want.

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