Termination Letter from a Video Game Boss to a Henchman

You’d make an effective doormat.

How can I maximize my coins when you constantly shuffle in late to work and fail to destroy my enemies? I mean, you let the “good guy” and his loser brother stomp on you. Other times, you let them hop over you while you walk away in the opposite direction.

When the good guy jumps over you, you should pursue him to the next level, but you don’t. You just sit there and don’t even warn the other henchmen to attack the incoming enemy. Your communication skills leave much to be desired.

Your coworkers find it hard to both talk and work with you because you have such a bad attitude. We see you have a permanent frown painted on your face and you stick out your fangs all the time like some of kind mean, land lubbing walrus. I expect more from my henchman.

I’ve only kept you at the company this long because I have a serious shortage of skilled labour. The “good guy” has squished too many of my most hard-working and loyal henchmen. How I wish he could have squished you in their place.

I’m sorry, but you can no longer be one of my henchman. Good day!


Mr. Evil Boss


Filed under Video Game Misc.

8 responses to “Termination Letter from a Video Game Boss to a Henchman

  1. p2d2

    Hey, at least he wasn’t literally terminated. To the poor jobless henchman, take this as a learning lesson and move on. There are other bosses out there you can work for.

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  2. That first Goomba really dropped the ball. Although, how can they hit an alarm when they don’t have hands?

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  3. The Otaku Judge

    Looks like a mean walrus? Maybe he can get hired by the baddies from New Zealand Story.

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