Tuesday, 21 July 2009

saying sorry

In this year alone, I have lost count of the number of times I've heard people say sorry. As a result, whenever I hear "sorry", the intention has become somewhat devalued to me. Can people not find alternative ways of conveying their regret?

3 comments:

Rehan said...

So many people saying "SORRY" bound
For daily travel on the underground

Mars said...

so true! I was wondering the same thing earlier today...sorry has become an segue word for an excuse.

Preeti Menon said...

I don't know. i feel happy that there's an expression that can convey the regret one may genuinely feel. it looses it's meaning when there's no sincerity attached to it. perhaps it's not the word, but the person saying it, that you may feel the devalue from. Maybe it's not the person but the state of their being? who knows. :)

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