Love letter letters

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Possible Answers: SWAK, XSANDOS, XOXO.

Random information on the term “SWAK”:

Sealed With a Kiss was Bobby Vinton’s twenty-third studio album for Epic Records. It was released in 1972 just before Epic released Vinton from his contract with them. The title track (a cover of Brian Hyland’s 1962 hit) is the album’s only single. Other covers include “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”, “Speak Softly Love”, “Some Kind of Wonderful”, “Come Softly to Me”, “Song Sung Blue”, “The End of the World” and “Our Day Will Come”.

Album – Billboard (North America)

Singles – Billboard (North America)

SWAK on Wikipedia

Random information on the term “XOXO”:

Hugs and kisses or xoxo is a term used for expressing sincerity, faith, love, or good friendship at the end of a written letter, email or SMS text message. There is controversy as to which letter (‘X’ or ‘O’) represents which action (‘hug’ or ‘kiss’).

The common custom of placing “X” on envelopes, notes and at the bottom of letters to mean kisses dates back to the Middle Ages, when a Christian cross was drawn on documents or letters to mean sincerity, faith, and honesty. A kiss was then placed upon the cross, by the signer as a display of their sworn oath. It was also used in early Christian history as much of a display of the same.

Since most of the common people could not read or write, the ‘X’ was placed on documents, and a kiss was placed over it as a show of their sincerity. The Chi Rho, often represented with the letter ‘X’, was also used as a holy symbol throughout Christian history as it represented the Greek word for Christ ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ; this gave rise to the practice of using the letter ‘X’, which was then kissed in this tradition of displaying a sacred oath.

XOXO on Wikipedia

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