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"And sign here if you'd like to see his organs become more involved in community theatre."
"The reason I'm singing the national anthem, Steve, is that I'm signing off now."
"Sign here if you don't want to take part in a prisoner-abuse scandal."
Number 2 in a series of unlikely events: "There's more money in the budget than we know what to do with so you don't need to ask me every time you just need to spend a few hundred quid."
"They were just about to sign off on the deal when you had to throw poop at them!"
"Here's a late bulletin. Wendy and I have been fired, so we'll just say goodbye and God bless."
"That's perfect. It looks hideous but they're all the client's wife's favourite colours, so he's sure to sign it off."
'Major funding, for this public television show, was not provided so we are signing off.'
'Eddie, I'm sorry to have to tell you: When I sign my e-mails 'Lol' it stands for 'lots of laughs'. . . not 'lots of loot.''
'You've not been yourself lately, Roberts. I'm signing you off with stress for a week.'
'...and sign it 'sincerely yours'...or does that sound too sarcastic?'
'Please end it 'very truly yours' with a winking emoticon...that always keeps 'em guessing.'
'Respectfully yours, EJK...followed by an appropriate emoticon.'
Good plan, but where do I feature? You're the guy that signs approval.