Not anymore, Elton John. We hear the word “sorry” everyday and everywhere that it would effortlessly top the list of most abused English words, next to “I love you” of course and the very emotional and heartbreaking ‘K.’
Sorry, like many other things, has lost its value over time due to improper usage. We say “thank you” and “I’m sorry” without any conviction and meaning that it’s almost similar to saying “Alright” while wearing a straight face.
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