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If you are signing off “Best,” you are clearly in the middle of an intensely legitimate correspondence.

You and the recipient both have classy paperweights, substantial fountain pens, and completely illegible yet very sophisticated signatures; you’re probably both “scary good” at oral sex and are open to everything, but have also mastered the art of saying “no.”“Yours”: No one knows what the hell this means. You’re basically in a virtual-reality maze where question marks are bouncing through the air amid wacky fart sounds.“Thanks”: This is completely sarcastic.“Sincerely”: This is the way Abraham Lincoln always signed off, so take that for what it’s worth.“Peace out!

Signing letters with an ‘X’ dates back to the Middle Ages.

At this time, many couldn’t read or write, so this was an easy way for someone to sign something and, particularly in legal documents, assert that whatever was said in the document was true.

You’ve seen XO as a sign-off representing love, affection, or friendship on letters, cards, emails, chat rooms and text messages.

You may have even been torn on whether or not to include both the X and the O, considering one signifies hugs and the other means kisses.

An alternate, somewhat less likely theory that’s popped up very recently is that the X simply looks like someone puckering up for a kiss, or two people kissing… Whatever the case, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first usage of X’s to mean “kisses” came in a letter by a priest, Gilbert White in 1763: Madame, …

If you weren’t satisfied with the lack of definitiveness of the “X” part of things, you’ll be even less so with the “O” symbolizing the hug.

A tremendous amount of research has been done, but it’s still not clear if the person who signs off with this really thinks, or wants to indicate, that she is “yours,” nor is it clear whether “Yours” is romantic or simply congenial. ”: This person probably has an earring in the shape of a turtle, and tries to get everyone to notice it.“Kramer vs.

Kramer”: This is self-explanatory.“Love”: This person loves you.

If the person who signed off this way were playing a rousing game of Taboo with you and your friends, instead of playing the game she would punch you.“All the best”: When a person signs off this way, she truly wants the best for you.

Not only that, but she is talented, graceful, and tolerant, and knows exactly how to do everything from parallel parking to “processing” a squash.“All best”: This person has gone completely off the rails.

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