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OT - Why do I say "Sorry"a lot?

edited May 19 in Off-topic

Reasons
1. I live in Canada
2. We had a # 1 song called, "Sorry" that became popular all around the world by a Canadian singer. (Justin Bieber)
3. I'm sorry for this thread. Carry on...

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  • One of the favourite things my wife ever said, in response to my complaint about something she'd done or said was....

    "I'm sorry but I'm not going to apologise"

  • Reading the title of this thread before opening I thought, "this person is either British or Canadian".

  • Canada gave us hockey so that offsets the pain of having to hear Bieber and neutralizes the need for apologies

  • @Fingolfinzzz said:
    Canada gave us hockey so that offsets the pain of having to hear Bieber and neutralizes the need for apologies

    Haha. You know, I never got the hate of Bieber or Nickelback. What did I miss?

  • @Samflash3 said:
    Reasons
    1. I live in Canada
    2. We had a # 1 song called, "Sorry" that became popular all around the world by a Canadian singer. (Justin Bieber)
    3. I'm sorry for this thread. Carry on...

    🤫🤫 Dont mention Bieber, we slipped Him to the Americans. If they realize it, they will send him back.

    And Sorry to all the American friend in here. 😜

  • I totally understand. My good Canadian friend here in Northern California has found a solution that has improved his condition:

  • He also has a more traditional back-up for everyday use:

  • @SNystrom said:
    I totally understand. My good Canadian friend here in Northern California has found a solution that has improved his condition:

    I too can confirm that flag folding can be very meditative and theraputic.

  • @AudioGus said:

    @SNystrom said:
    I totally understand. My good Canadian friend here in Northern California has found a solution that has improved his condition:

    I too can confirm that flag folding can be very meditative and theraputic.

    +1

    Very similar to origami.

  • Apparently A LOT Jakob Haq voice 😂

    @Samflash3 said:

    @Fingolfinzzz said:
    Canada gave us hockey so that offsets the pain of having to hear Bieber and neutralizes the need for apologies

    Haha. You know, I never got the hate of Bieber or Nickelback. What did I miss?

  • @Gravitas said:

    @AudioGus said:

    @SNystrom said:
    I totally understand. My good Canadian friend here in Northern California has found a solution that has improved his condition:

    I too can confirm that flag folding can be very meditative and theraputic.

    +1

    Very similar to origami.

  • @AudioGus said:

    @Gravitas said:

    @AudioGus said:

    @SNystrom said:
    I totally understand. My good Canadian friend here in Northern California has found a solution that has improved his condition:

    I too can confirm that flag folding can be very meditative and theraputic.

    +1

    Very similar to origami.

    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    🙏🏽

  • I said I’m sorry so much to my last wife that it lost it’s meaning. Things are better now back in the USSA.

  • Canada is what America would be if America wasn't full of Americans telling other Americans to leave if they don't like injustice in America.

  • @kobamoto said:
    Canada is what America would be if America wasn't full of Americans telling other Americans to leave if they don't like injustice in America.

    I had to read this three times, I'm sorry. :D

  • :) that's a good thing

  • @SimonSomeone said:
    One of the favourite things my wife ever said, in response to my complaint about something she'd done or said was....

    "I'm sorry but I'm not going to apologise"

    I love this woman.

  • One of my favorite jokes ever:

    How do you make a Canadian apologize?
    Step on his foot
    .

  • Saying sorry all the time is forgivable. Calling garbage disposals "Garburators" not so much.

  • At least you don’t have an adverb outbreak like here in the states. I think the fad is slowly passing, but for a time everybody started every sentence with “apparently” or “actually” and wallowed in making any action verb or adjective they could find into an -ly word.

  • And I have a rampant apologizer for a friend. I’m bigger than him so I just threatened to kick his ass if he didn’t stop apologizing for needless things. It took him a while, but he learned. I consider myself a great friend for my techniques at limiting their annoyance to me. Hard, but fair. Saves unspoken tension in the long run.

  • @Samflash3 said:

    @Fingolfinzzz said:
    Canada gave us hockey so that offsets the pain of having to hear Bieber and neutralizes the need for apologies

    Haha. You know, I never got the hate of Bieber or Nickelback. What did I miss?

    I guess with Bieber it’s more the teenage girl pop vibe thing going on but I will admit he has a good voice for singing. Nickelback however is pretty atrocious. I just don’t like their lyrics or that style of music and their fan base attracts people I’d rather not be around

  • edited May 20

    I like Canada because Joel Zimmerman a.k.a. Deadmau5 is from there ;-) :+1: He is good conpensation to music world for that sad terrible thing called Bieber ;-)

  • @wim said:
    Saying sorry all the time is forgivable. Calling garbage disposals "Garburators" not so much.

    'Garburator'???

    This is a word that is used normally?

    Fascinating.

    Learn something new everyday.

  • Because my barrister says that by doing so I’ll receive a lesser sentence. It works. :)

  • McDMcD
    edited May 20

    I'm sorry... I wasn't listening. What did you say?

    (Goes back to reading forum threads...)

  • @Gravitas said:

    @wim said:
    Saying sorry all the time is forgivable. Calling garbage disposals "Garburators" not so much.

    'Garburator'???

    This is a word that is used normally?

    Fascinating.

    Learn something new everyday.

    Yeh. At least in Vancouver they did when I lived there. They also called batt-er-ies bat-trees. B)

    I kid of course. Loved my time in Canada. 🇨🇦👍

  • edited May 20

    I know it's a meme at this point but...

    We did have that huge riot a few years back though...

  • Canada has produced the greatest industrial bands of all time

  • @DatGood said:
    Reading the title of this thread before opening I thought, "this person is either British or Canadian".

    Or married 😉

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