120+ Funny and Cool Ways to Say "Goodbye"

Updated on June 6, 2018
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Funny and Cool Ways to Say "Goodbye"
Funny and Cool Ways to Say "Goodbye"

Most farewells are sad and bittersweet—that’s a given! But, did you know that they don’t have to be that way at all times? Come on, I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. After all, farewells are oftentimes just words!

Having said that, farewells can mean a lot of things. They can be permanent, temporary, ephemeral, hollow, and more! However, the focus of this list is on the funny and cool aspects of saying goodbye.

There’s an infinite amount of expressions and lines in the universe—all meant to give you the means of saying goodbye in a lot of creative and different ways. And lucky for you, there’s over a hundred of them in this list!

Be funny, be cool—say goodbye in ways like you’ve never done before! Step aside, ‘goodbye’ word. The other funky alternatives are here!

  • See you later, alligator! (Ah, this is truly a classic!)
  • After a while, crocodile.
  • Stay out of trouble.
  • I’m out of here.
  • Okay...bye, fry guy!
  • If I don’t see you around, I'll see you square. (Hahaha, nice one!)
  • Stay classy.
  • Fare thee well. (What are you? A time traveler from the middle ages?!)
  • Catch you on the rebound.
  • Gotta go, buffalo.
  • Peace out!
  • Gotta hit the road.
  • Long live and prosper! (I’m pretty sure this is how they bid farewell during the monarchical ages.)
  • Well, I'm off!
  • Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast.
  • Bye bye, butterfly. (I remember ‘Bye bye, Butterfree’ instead. That scene made me tear back then.)
  • Gotta get going.
  • To the winch, wench! (This came from the old German film, ‘The NeverEnding Story.’)
  • It has been emotional, bye.
  • Like a fat girl in a dodgeball game, I'm out!
  • Out to the door, dinosaur.
  • Excuse me. I have to go. Somewhere, there is a crime happening. (What are you, a superhero?)
  • Catch you on the flip side.
  • Gotta bolt!
  • See you soon, racoon.
  • I gotta go. The world needs me. (What exactly does the world need from you?)
  • I hope I never see you again.
  • You're still here? It's over. Go home. Go! (Hahaha. This farewell line is for unwanted guests.)
  • Don't get run over!
  • See you in hell!

  • Have a good one.
  • Bugger off and don’t come back.
  • It was nice to see you again.
  • Hasta la vista, baby. (Like the Terminator told you!)
  • Later, haters.
  • Give a hug, ladybug.
  • I gotta bounce.
  • Toodle-pip!
  • Calc you later! (It’s a word play on the word calculator. Geddit?!)
  • See you on the other side.
  • Take care, butterfly.
  • Have fun storming the castle!
  • Adieu, cockatoo!
  • Blow a kiss, goldfish.
  • It's been a pleasure and a privilege to meet you.
  • Don't get attacked by a bear, It's night-time!
  • Be good and don't get caught. (Hmmm...very suspicious!)
  • Thank you for your cooperation. Farewell.
  • I look forward to our next meeting.
  • I'm gonna make a like a bakery truck and haul buns.
  • Chop chop, lollipop!
  • Gotta roll!
  • Can’t star, blue jay.
  • Oh, and in case I don't see you—good afternoon, good evening, and good night!
  • Influence everyone in a good way!
  • I'm out like a girl scout.
  • Don't forget to come back!
  • Once more unto the breach, dear friends!
  • F*ck off! (Ah, the best way to burn bridges.)
  • See ya, wouldn't wanna be ya.
  • Peace out, girl scout!
  • Well, I have to poop now. (Better run quick before your poop splatters all over the place. Eewwww!)

  • Adios, hippos.
  • Time to scoot, little newt.
  • Smell ya later! (This is Gary’s usual farewell line in the Pokémon TV series.)
  • I gotta jet.
  • See you in heaven.
  • Happy trails!
  • Cheerio!
  • Bye for now.
  • I'm off like a prom dress.
  • Tootle-loo, kangaroo.
  • Don't get lost on your way to class! (This is a perfect farewell line to use on students.)
  • Love, peace, and chicken grease.
  • I'm off like a dirty shirt.
  • See you when I see you.
  • To the Batmobile! (Oh, I wish I had a Batmobile.)
  • In a while, crocodile.
  • I'm gonna make like a tree and get outta here!
  • Catch ya later, future dudes!
  • Cya. (Clearly, this is just short for ‘see you,’ which makes no sense because you utter ‘cya’ and not write it. Oh, whatever!)
  • As you wish, jellyfish!
  • Later, skater!
  • May the force be with you... always. (Obviously, this one’s from Star Wars.)
  • Shine on, you crazy diamonds.
  • Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night till it be tomorrow.
  • Don't let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya.
  • Git to the choppah! (This is most effective to use if you actually have a helicopter. Wait, do you have a helicopter? Take me with you!)
  • Gotta go. There are monsters to kill. (So you are a monster hunter, right?)
  • Better shake, rattlesnake!
  • Later, potato! (Potato is such a cool word to use in all kinds of situation. Right, potato?)
  • Don't forget to be awesome.
  • Later, nerds!

  • Don't get cut by a blade of grass!
  • Be sweet, parakeet.
  • Be careful! Don't get mauled by a squirrel!
  • See you later, aggregator!
  • Don't trip on a raindrop! (Yeah, better be safe than sorry. Even an innocent raindrop can kill nowadays.)
  • See you soon, baboon!
  • Bye! I tolerate you!
  • Gotta go, the power of the shower compels me.
  • Make new friends on the sidewalk!
  • I’m late for my bus, gigantopithecus!
  • Move out, brussels sprout!
  • Make sure the doormat says goodbye!
  • I’ll show you to the door!
  • Ciao ciao, brown cow!
  • Screw you guys, I'm going home!
  • See you, space cowboy. (If you watch anime, then you’ll know this is a line from Cowboy Bebop.)
  • I shall return.
  • Catch you round like a rissole!
  • Take it easy, greasy. You've got a long way to slide.
  • Toodaloo, caribou!
  • I'm outtie.
  • Adios, amigos.
  • That's all folks.
  • Take care, polar bear!
  • Peace out, rainbow trout!
  • I'm outta here like spit through a trumpet.
  • Au revoir!
  • See you in the future. (Well, you have no choice. After all, you probably won’t be able to meet them in the past.)
  • Begone!
  • Until next time.
  • So long, suckers!
  • Hasta lasagna, don't get any on ya.
  • Sayonara, muchachos!
  • Next time, bring more cookies. (Yeah, how dare you not bring enough cookies?!)
  • Party easy, drive safe, and return with a smile on your face.
  • After two, kangaroo!
  • After three, chimpanzee!
  • After four, dinosaur.
  • Come back when you can't stay so long. (This is you saying: “Don’t ever come back!”)
  • Don’t forget to send a letter.
  • Goodbye forever.
  • See you in another life, brotha! (Do you even believe in reincarnation?)
  • Take care of yourself and don't die.
  • Goodbye. You will never see me again. And if you do, I will refuse to acknowledge your existence.
  • We may not talk for a long time, but I hope we don't lose touch.
  • Never look back!
  • See you on the internet! (Nowadays, everyone’s on the internet.)
  • Forever and forever farewell. If we do meet again, we'll smile indeed. If not, 'tis true parting was well made.
  • You will do well.
  • F*ck you, I never liked you anyway. (Woah, same sentiments here. This is for people you really hate or don’t like.)
  • See you at the restaurant at the edge of the universe!
  • Don't die. There's a higher chance of us seeing each other again if we do that.

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      • Cheeky Kid profile imageAUTHOR

        Cheeky Kid 

        4 months ago from Milky Way

        @Vasil Hahaha. What a plot twist!

      • Vasil Smiljanski profile image

        Vasil Smiljanski 

        4 months ago from Stip, Macedonia

        See you brother from another mother

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