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September 21, 2023

Opinion: People Who Sign Their Emails ‘Kind Regards’ Are the Absolute Worst

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  1. People who start e-mails “Kindly could you please” are socially inept sociopaths. There are three people at Deloitte.

  2. I’ve been receiving e-mails lately signed “Best,”

    Does anyone know what that means? Sincerely don’t know. Best regards?

    1. It’s what I say and it means “I don’t care enough about send-offs to think of something pithy.”

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