Well I guess if the regret is taken for granted the apology would no longer be necessary. It becomes more of a common sense thing when you know someone well. I do it more as a respect thing really. I know friends of mine know I would feel bad about certain things if I acted poorly towards them but still feels like I owe them the acknowledgement. Although the conversations would normally be pretty short. Like,<quoted text>
I've almost given up on apologies. What's the point?
Everybody that witnessed it knows that you did something completely stupid.
"hey man, about earlier..."
"Yeah I know brother. It's cool"
And then that would be that
With strangers that wouldn't know if it would bother me or not, I am probably more likely to put some effort into it
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Let's talk about HU's post to Lacez.
Do you wanna?
But I don't find Lacez as a particularly sympathetic figure as I feel he came here to stir just this kind of stuff up.
But that's about all I care to discuss about it. But I'm sure you know me well enough at this point where the actual conversation isn't required