Most of us have sick days to blow through, but it’s still pretty obvious that you were out late partying when you take the day after the Super Bowl off. But not to worry. There are excuses which not only put the blame elsewhere, but also make you seem blissfully unaware the big game was even happening. Try them out Monday morning and see how things go. At the very least, your activities during the big game will be the least of your boss’ concerns.
10 Excuses To Miss Work The Day After The Super Bowl Unrelated To The Super Bowl
Of course, if that first email seems too lax, you can always turn the tables with something a little more honorable.
Eh, too noble. Better just get weird with it.
Perfect … unless your boss decides to call 911. Perhaps it’s best if we pepper in the Super Bowl just a smidge. I mean, who would actually believe you didn’t watch the Super Bowl? Hell, maybe you even went to it.
The whole pants excuse might be asking a bit much. Then again, maybe not. See how far you can push it. Who knows, the boss might not even care that you’re hungover.
On second thought, that comes off a tad condescending. And gross. Time to nail a proper excuse down.
Setting a world record? What is this, 1999? No respectable boss is gonna fall for that. Let’s try something a little more hip.
Hmm, that came off much more pathetic than hip. If only there were something every job has to deal with in one way or another that could double as debilitating in the wrong hands … BINGO!
That’s preeetty good, but still might require concrete evidence at some point. So maybe evidence is the key.
You know what, screw it, just make them feel sorry for you.
Boom, sympathy achieved. With any luck, the boss will feel so bad for you that they actually give you those Mondays off. Just don’t tell them you only had $36 in your savings to begin with and you’re in the clear. You’re welcome.