Am I only saying it to move forward, or do I really mean it? Do I even know?
"I'm sorry. I'm so sorry, I made a mistake, I'll try harder next time, I didn't mean it..."
What I'm really saying is, will you please just freaking realize I'm human and forgive me so I can try harder to not fuck up next time?
"I'm sorry. I really am. I'll make it up to you! I'll buy you dinner!"
I want you to ignore the fact that I am stupid more often than I'd like to be, and go back to thinking I'm awesome. I'd like us both to just pretend that I never make mistakes, and perhaps with this shared burger, you will never think of what I did to you again.
"I'm sorry. I wasn't thinking. I had a lot on my plate today. It's just one of those days."
It's not like you never mess up, either, you know. It's not like you're perfect. Why do we go around judging each other all the time when we both make so many mistakes it's impossible to count them all?
"I'm so, so, so, so sorry."
No, I'm not.
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