The Real Meaning of Polite Email Phrases

One of the keys to appear professional and keeping a cool facade is the art of sending a polite sounding email, the kind that puts a glossy cover over your underlying frustrations. We gathered some of the most common work email phrases and their true savage meanings. Let us know in comments if we missed something.

Would you like me to forward it back to you?

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To put it more simply...

As per our earlier conversation on the matter...

In case you missed it...

Not sure if my last email was received...

I'm just following up.

Kind regards.

Friendly reminder.

Per policy.

Correct me if I'm wrong...

Great.

According to my records...

Thanks in advance!

All the best.

Per my last email...

hould you require further information...

To whom it may concern.

As no doubt you are aware...

Let's circle back on this.

Please advise.

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  1. Anonymous December 5, 2018

    “Would you like me to forward that back to you?” = “Why are you so ****ing incompentent?!”

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