30+ Funny Graduation Messages for Sister

  • Good luck for the future endeavors and your job. Just one thing: If you have no job, don’t forget to add “unemployed” in your profile. Congratulations for being graduated.
  • Congratulations to you, sister! You are graduated from university and now you begin a new chapter of your life. From today onwards, all financial decisions will be yours as it is not my money anymore!
  • I bet the price of your degree that you will not get a good job. Congratulation! You are right. And I’m wrong.
  • I always knew that you will not graduate. I was wrong. Congratulations!
  • I want to congratulate you but I’m afraid that this would be embarrassing for both of us. So, I’ll just give you something to copy and paste on your Facebook profile
  • Congratulation to you! You are graduated from University now. Now you know how hard it is to live with a degree 🙂
  • No, it was not me who wrote your thesis.
  • Congratulations! You are graduated and now I have money again.
  • I bet you 100 bucks that you will never be able to graduate. Congratulations! You are right and I’m wrong. But I don’t have 100 dollars to bet. But I have 10. Will you take it please?
  • What a great achievement! Well done! And now, send me your degree as mine is lost and it stopped working after the graduation of my brother last year.
  • You have a degree and I have a diploma. Who do you think will get a better job?
  • Today is the happiest day of my life as my sister is graduated. Now she knows how hard it is to live with a degree 🙂
  • Congratulations! You are finally graduated. Now its your job to find yourself!
  • Congratulations on graduation, sister. Now you are free to do what you want, and I get a double pay every time you do something that I told you not to do.
  • Congratulation, sis, you have a degree. Now you know how hard it is to live with a degree
  • Congratulations! You are graduated! I’m proud of you! And now I have more money to spend on myself. Good for me!!
  • Congratulations on your graduation! But I have bad news. You won’t have time to enjoy that diploma, as you will be too busy with your job.
  • Congratulations! You are graduated from Uni. Now you know how hard it is to live with a degree 🙂
  • Congrats sister, on your promotion at work.
  • Congratulation on graduation, Sis! I’m so proud of you, now you don’t have to write about me in your thesis.
  • Congratulations on graduation! I bet you will never find a better job than the one you have now.
  • Congratulations on your graduation, Sister. You are finally free from the “study” part of your life.
  • Congratulations, Sister! You are now a “grown up” and can do whatever you want. Remember to dress like your mother when you go to job interviews!
  • Congratulations on your graduation, Sis. Don’t forget to change my phone number, don’t want my parents call again about your poor grades.
  • Congratulations, Sister. I’m so proud of you! I’m tired of taking care of you. Now you have to buy your own jam!
  • Congratulations, sister. I wish that your degree was worth more than one thousand pesos!
  • Congratulations, Sister. You are graduated from Uni and now “University Education” is part of the past.
  • Congratulations sister, you graduated from University. Now you know how hard it is to live with a degree 🙂
  • Don’t get your mind in weird thoughts, Sister. I won’t allow my graduation be overshadowed by yours.
  • Finally, the day is here. You are graduated now. Enjoy yourself and party hard tonight
  • Congratulations on your graduation, sister. You deserve it! Now you are free to be a bossy-boots!
  • Congratulation, Sister. I’m so proud of you. Next time I have to give my money to play, you can write my thesis 😉
  • Congratulations, sister! You are graduated and now you can buy your own clothes as I’m not buying them any more.
  • Congratulation to you, Sister. On your graduation day the sun shines brighter than it ever did on mine.
  • My prayers and blessings on your graduation. I am finally free to spend my money.
  • Congratulations, sister! You are graduated now. I just wish that you were a year younger, as now I have to write your name in Wikipedia instead of mine.
  • Congratulations, Sister! You are finally “free” from the shackles of education.

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