We always try to make sure that our emails sound polite and professional. Putting together an email that is well-written and polite is a skill and an art that is needed in the workplace today. It takes a different set of skills to know how to use polite email language to hide your frustration. So, if you missed a deadline or didn’t answer an email right away and your boss or professor sends you an email that ends with “Kind Regards,” you can be sure that they are anything but kind. In fact, that cover is shiny and hides a lot. So, here is a hilarious guide that shows what some of the most common email phrases really mean.

 

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