A quest to stop apologizing so much.
You are welcome.
It’s not the post you wanted, but it’s the post you kneeded.
(*Plus three cats, one dog, and a turtle).
Sorry, I’m not sorry, but also I am very very very sorry.
Sorry in advance. NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN NYAN!
I’m not sorry. Not one bit.
Find out here!
They’ll never say it, but we all know it’s true. Sorry.
Stop being so nice, Canada, it’s pissing us off.
Only now can you see how these amusements were actually slightly corrupt.
In a statement to BuzzFeed, AIG Chief Executive Robert Benmosche apologized for his comments comparing outrage over executive bonuses to “what we did in the Deep South” and saying that it was “just as bad and just as wrong.” Benmosche said he “never meant to offend anyone” and his comments were a “poor choice of words.”
One still very popular board game has been around since before the Civil War.
Sorry to do this to you.
This might be tough to swallow, but the actor buzzed off his luscious locks for his role in How to Catch a Monster, directed by Ryan Gosling.
To err is human; to forgive, divine.
Every single time Louis C.K. says “sorry” on his show. I lost count at 80.
With everyone’s every deed made public on the Internet these days, we’ve suddenly all developed a lot more to apologize for. But we haven’t actually gotten any sorrier, so all that means is that the number of fake apologies have gone up.
Oops. Intrade is the online prediction market that follows everything from stocks to box office openings to presidential candidate prospects (it’s basically online gambling). Here’s a snapshot of Rick Perry’s standing immediately after his debate meltdown.
Rick Perry at the GOP debate can’t remember his own talking points when coming up with the third department of government he would eliminate. “Oops.”—Former Presidential Candidate Rick Perry
This guy got a call from an unknown number one morning so he let it go to voicemail. He definitely got the wrong number. Watch Video ›
This guy apologizes with style. Seems like a perfect time to state that it’s the thought that counts. View Image ›
Don’t be, like, super surprised if the person responds with a Ctrl+FU card, but it may be worth a shot. View Image ›
We’re America. We don’t always do things right, and sometimes really bad things come out of us. And we’re sorry.
The London Evening Standard has apologized for its past coverage and promised to do better. It’s certainly a daring publicity campaign, but will it work? And isn’t it a bit late in the game for print media to be saying sorry? View Image ›
Final stop… View Image ›