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Don't! Read your emails out loud
Keep a lid on it, neighbor. One wife complained -- on her husband's behalf -- about a coworker who reads her emails out loud. And listens to her voicemails on speakerphone. Seriously.

"My husband works right next (as in their desks are connected with no real divider, like Dwight and Jim on "The Office") to a woman who does all of her work, all day long, out loud," says the woman, who wanted to remain anonymous to protect her husband.

Now her husband has to take any serious reading home and do it at night because he can't concentrate in the office.

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Last updated August 17 2009: 6:07 AM ET
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