Hey, you lovely you…. you rock! Thank you so much for letting me creep into your inbox this morning! And can I just say that your hair looks lovely today? Wait…what?!? You’re…bald? Oh, silly me! Don’t save the world…shave it! Click!

WHAT’S UP IN BUFFILAND

I had my daytime TV debut on Omroep Max…check it here! I start at 17.12….

And some really cool stuff is in the pipeline…more on that soon!

YOU’RE REALLY IN LOVE WITH THAT PERSON EVEN THOUGH YOU DON’T KNOW THEIR NAME, RIGHT?

Many people don’t know how to address a mail or letter if they don’t know the name of the person who is going to read it (also known as the ‘recipient’). If you start it with ‘Best’, or ‘Dear,’ (both of which I have received, which makes me think you are secretly in love with me, or just don’t have enough vocabulary…) people will blush. You don’t want that. To start, just write ‘To Whom It May Concern’. This is quite formal. Another alternative is ‘Dear Sir/Madam’.

EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE I DIE A LITTLE

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And how do you end a letter or email? How about this: ‘I love you so much I’m going to bake you a chocolate cake!’ Actually, I’d LOVE to get more mails that end like that, but try these as alternatives:

Yours truly
Yours sincerely (UK style)
Sincerely yours (US style)
Regards (we NEVER say ‘Greetz’. Ever.)
Best regards

or to get even friendlier,
Warm regards

So, on that note, I’m going to love you and leave you, and send you a huge bunch of chocolate covered roses that are calorie free and filled with organic raspberries…now I have a hot date waiting for me on the dance floor! Gotta go!

Wit lof from buffi