rejection letters I have known and hated
"We can only take the novels that we instantly fall in love with. With yours, unfortunately, this was not the case." (Implied: We HATED this.)
"We wish you luck in finding a home for this." (Implied: You'll need it. Lots. And, garage room? You must be joking.)
"Unfortunately, there is lots of this kind of stuff about, and yours has nothing different from any of the rest." (No implication there, then ...)
"We wish you the best in finding someone more receptive than we have been." (Implied: We feel we have been very kind, but are pretending otherwise.)
Bring on the Prozac.