Ten New Ways To Sign Letters

Signing letters has gotten boring.

Sincerely, best wishes, from, yours truly — I mean c’mon letter writers of the world, can’t we come up with anything a little bit better? Can’t we come up with a list of ways to sign off at the end of a letter that would inspire, excite and intrigue the recipients of our scrawled words? Can’t we add some mystery and pure adrenaline?

I say, yes. Yes we can.

And so, without further adieu — I give you ten new ways to sign letters and I hope you will use them in good health, as often as possible, and with a sly grin on your face (which no one will be able to see because, c’mon, you’re writing a letter!)

Don’t forget my name is,
Pauly D

I’d wish you best wishes but you’re going to have to work hard for that kind of love,
Pauly D

He’s got a bomb,
Pauly D

Did you just hear that sound in the back yard,
Pauly D

Sometimes in life you just gotta say what the-,
Pauly D

I sincerely hope you save this letter because I’m going to ask to see it when I visit,
Pauly D

T, H, E, B, E, S, T — the best!,
Pauly D

Can someone call the paramedics, I think I swallowed a penny,
Pauly D

Do you hate me, is that the problem?,
Pauly D

I really don’t think you deserve more at the bottom here than my name,
Pauly D

54 comments on “Ten New Ways To Sign Letters

  1. groovebunny - January 24, 2006 at 11:12 pm -

    Your colon is your friend so eat more bran,

    or

    Rick James was the orginal super freak!,

    or

    Chiquitita, tell me what’s wrong,

  2. someone you dont know - February 13, 2006 at 1:30 pm -

    If your fingers start to itch just stay calm,

    Bob

  3. Adam Block - February 23, 2006 at 10:17 pm -

    I hope that rash cleared up,
    Adam

  4. Yolanda - March 13, 2007 at 1:56 pm -

    Do these suggestions work for business letters too? I’m writing a letter for a professor soon, so I was thinking that “Loved you in the porn video,” was a good one to use. No?

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