- Have fun horrifying the locals

For anyone who wears jorts and/or crocs.

It's vacation time again, and that means insincere refrains of "have a nice trip!" are being forced through clenched teeth in offices everywhere. Most farewells are bittersweet, but vacation farewells just leave us bitter and we refuse to pretend otherwise. That's why we've put together this list of the most passive aggressive ways to say goodbye to someone going on vacation. Ruin someone's trip by sharing these on Facebook or Twitter or add to our list by making your very own.

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It's nothing to be ashamed of—we've all eaten at Cinnabon. - I hope that you're enjoying your trip as much as I'm enjoying masturbating with the door open and volume up.

It's called a "masturbacation" and we invented it. - Sorry your vacation will eventually end

Just a reminder that time is fleeting and memories fade! Bon Voyage! - I probably won't even remember that you're away

This is the real reason people send postcards. - Let's have phone sex while I'm gone

For when you're too sunburnt for Skype sex. - I don't make enough money to go on vacation so I'm just going to get drunk this weekend until I don't know where I am.

Vacation package includes a free night's stay in the drunk tank! - Don't forget to bring your entire wardrobe

For anyone who likes to share their vacation memories with all their clothes. - I can't wait for my well-deserved two weeks of dreading coming back to work.

Next time take a working vacation to your office! - Enjoy your time off from doing nothing

For the person who's always on vacation. - Have fun visiting an exotic international destination and interacting only with other American tourists

And bartenders. - Have a great time in the place I can't remember you're traveling to

This is in no way an invitation for you to start talking about where you're going. - I'm already dreading having to look at your pictures

You're the first person to think of the "holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa" bit! - A vacation is a great way to recuperate from planning a vacation.

We can't even plan a staycation.