How do you end a letter in a fun way?

How do you end a letter in a fun way?

Get creative with humor-based valedictions like these:

  1. G2G, bye!
  2. Peace out.
  3. See you later, alligator!
  4. Stay frosty!
  5. Are you still reading this?
  6. Thank goodness it’s Friday!
  7. Hasta la vista!
  8. Catch you on the flip side.

How do you end a letter sweetly?

The final word

  1. Yours truly.
  2. Yours devotedly and lovingly.
  3. I hold you in my thoughts.
  4. I love you the most.
  5. Yours forever.
  6. Most faithfully yours.
  7. Affectionately.
  8. More than words.

How do you end a letter other than love?


  1. Sincerely. Sincerely (or sincerely yours) is often the go-to sign off for formal letters, and with good reason.
  2. Best.
  3. Best regards.
  4. Speak to you soon.
  5. Thanks.
  6. [No sign-off]
  7. Yours truly.
  8. Take care.

What is a fun way to end an email?

Creative Email Sign-Offs

  • “Looking forward to learning more about your [challenge]”
  • “Excited to tackle [challenge] with you”
  • “Thanks for the chance to talk to a fellow [book-lover, rock-climber, Cincinnati native, etc.]”
  • “Always a pleasure catching up with a fellow [Bates alum, hockey fan, Curb Your Enthusiasm fan]”

How do you end a rude letter?

If you do not have a name, Dear Sir/Madam is acceptable in the salutation line. Don’t forget to end your complaint letter with a closing salutation such as “Yours sincerely” or “Sincerely” and to leave sufficient space for your signature (usually three lines).

How do I close a sad email?

Good examples include:

  1. Cheers!
  2. Sincerely (a close that’s both casual and formal, depending on the context)
  3. My best.
  4. Take care.
  5. Be well.
  6. Warm wishes.
  7. All the best.
  8. Many thanks.

What does V R mean in an email?

Very respectfully
88. V/R – Reader Andee Howard Cui explains that this stands for “Very respectfully.” The phrase has a nice sentiment and it’s rendered less formal by the abbreviation, but I think it’s too obscure.

Is Kind Regards rude?

You should never use it when you don’t legitimately have something for which to thank the recipient, or else it comes off as sarcastic and rude. That’s not how you want to be seen in an email! When in doubt, go with a formal salutation. It’s better to be seen as kind of more formal as opposed to rude.

How do you end a hate letter?

How end a letter to a friend?

The most general ways of closing a letter to a friend are love, fondly, best love, take care, affectionately, and more. If you know the person to whom you are writing less intimately, you can use as ever, as always, all the best, and more, depending on the kind of relationship that you share with the other person.

What is PS I love you means?

PS is added at the end of the letter you write. It stands for “Post Script” And the Post Script of the letter is “I love you”. Just trying to express how much the person writing the letter or note loves the one he/she is writing to.

Is Kind regards rude?

What does V R mean in signature?

What does v slash R mean?

very respectfully
Phrase. v/r. (as a closing in a message) Initialism of very respectfully.

What does V mean?

v. is a written abbreviation for versus. ‘V’

What does kr mean in a letter?

Even if they are not so direct, many emailers like to convey a sense of being busy by using or adapting abbreviations. So “kind regards” becomes “KR”, or “yours” may do away with pesky vowels to leave “yrs”.

Is it OK to say warm regards?

“Warm Regards” “Kind regards” is a more formal sign-off than “Best regards,” — and “Warm regards” takes the familiarity a step forward. “Warm regards” is generally reserved for close friends and family and should not be used in professional correspondence.