Monday, October 11, 2004

Tonight's Helpful Tip

We all get angry and sometimes say hurtful things to friends that we quickly wish we could take back. Often these gaffes can be smoothed over by a prompt and sincere apology.

The example text below (or anything in a similar spirit) does not constitute as a sincere apology and will do little to soothe the offense:

"Sorry for calling you fat and ugly, it's just that when I see your ass all I can think of is cottage cheese and every time I look at your face my eye sockets twinge in pain. I hope my frankness doesn't change your willingness to respond to my drunken late-night booty calls"

2 Comments:

At 12:19 PM, Blogger Peter said...

Jesus, are you -ever- gonna let that go? How was -I- supposed to know you were so hypersensitive.

 
At 1:01 PM, Blogger Reb said...

Cackling jackals have feelings too!

 

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