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"Gentlemen: This is a follow-up on our recent Christmas card."
'Guess who wants to dictate another letter.'
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'Remember that teamwork means that everyone does what I say.'
"Dear Jean: Confirming our phone conversation of earlier today, I no longer love you, and want a divorce."
"...We remain, sincerely yours...."
'Dear Mr Flagg - we are always very nice hearing from you. Your delighted letter, which we receiving of you...pile it on thick. They really eat up this broken English.'
"Mr. S. Claus, North Pole. Dear Santa:"
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"The exchange rate is whatever you say it is."
'Look, Virginia, I'm sorry your perm didn't turn out, but there's no way I can dictate a letter while you have that bag on your head.'
'I know I signed this memo, Miss Holcum... What I want to know is who wrote it?'
'In conclusion, it is mission-critical that we strategically focus on a go-forward plan that is both pro active and goal-centric. Love, Bob.'
'And He sayeth unto me, 'Behold this second set of my commandments, rendered in stone, large-print edition...''
"Yours faithfully....P.S. Please excuse spelling and punctuation."
"Don't miss a single word, Edgar. I am not going to dictate this poem again: once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary..."
Are you sure you want an exclamation mark? Nobody's surprised at anything you say anymore.
Samuel Morse dictates a letter to his secretary.
'Quotes, woof, woof, woof, woof, closed quotes.'
'Am I dictating too fast?' - 'No, I didn't understand a word of it anyway.'
'The decision's up to you, Buxton. I'll only tell you the one's you can't choose.'
'... and sign it 'shovingly up yours'.'
'My fear of heights ensure I never take the moral high ground.'
'...And we look forwards to receiving your order..yours sincerely, ETC.,... P.S. Please excuse the typing errors.'
From Clark, Riley, Austin and Potts. To Hardman, Smith, Power, Atkins and Harris...