May 27th 2013

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Ginger’s Word of the Week “Send and Run”

Are you guilty of using the “send and run” to deliver bad news? This genius phrase was’s word of the day on May 6.

Here is the “official” definition:

The act of delivering bad or unpleasant news via email at the very last point in the day, so as to purposely avoid being there when the response is received. Usually deployed just after 5pm or before going away on holiday.

Person 1 – “I really don’t want to have to deal with this”

Person 2 -“Why don’t you just do a send and run?”

If you are using the “send and run” option to deliver bad news ensure that you are not making the bad news even worse with bad grammar or spelling mistakes. To be sure your “send and runs” are error free use Ginger’s proofreader to check all your emails.

Have you ever used the “send and run?”

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3 Responses to “Ginger’s Word of the Week “Send and Run””

  1. Lope Cortez on June 6th, 2013

    I will check and try

    Thank you

  2. Lope Cortez on June 6th, 2013

    I will check and try.

    This is my 1st try.

    Thank you

    • Efratk on June 17th, 2013

      Thank you for using Ginger! Keep us posted!


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