Getting frustrated when you send an email to someone and you don't get a response....well your "Early Morning Radio Pal," has found a sure cure for that problem!

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If you’d like people to respond to your emails quicker, you need to be more negative.

A new study from a software company collected data from over 100 million emails and found that the more negative an email you send, the more quickly people will reply.

Meanwhile, the flipside is also true. Glasgow University found that people who respond to emails quickly tend to be more stressed out and have self-esteem issues.

So the moral of this story is: Be mean for a quicker response. And take your time replying to others or you might give yourself high blood pressure. (Gawker)