Unacceptable behaviour

Owing to a complete lapse of judgement that was triggered by a highly toxic, extremely damaging scene between us around 1am today, I have been a dick.

I like to think I have come to my senses.

I have tried to explain, to Sophie.

I have apologised to her.

I need to apologise to you.



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18 Responses to Unacceptable behaviour

  1. Lis of the North says:

    You’re emotions are all over the place. I would think a degree of understanding is the least you can expect.

  2. Sally says:

    Not sure what I missed, but maybe it was best that I did! And I agree with Lis x

  3. Gumpher says:

    You’re not a dick, and you don’t need to beat yourself up over the earlier amendments to the site.

    Casting stones and all that.

    I don’t see that you need to issue any apologies. Generally those who have done wrong do that, not those who have been wronged.

    • Brennig says:

      That’s true. And in the interest of balance, I have been apologised to, a great many times, and sometimes with tears in eyes.

  4. Lis of the North says:

    D’oh bad grammar! Soz for that, inexcusable.

  5. Hey you, what are you apologising for? x

  6. Masher says:

    Dear Dickhead, tell us what you did.

    Actually, no, I don’t think you should.

    Either way mate, there ain’t no need for you to apologise.

  7. Bulldog says:

    I have a clue – probably more than a clue, but I see no reason for and apology.

  8. Vicola says:

    No idea what you did, which means you don’t have to apologise to me! Anyway, speaking as someone who’s emotions have also been all over the show in recent times, you’re allowed a bit of leeway when you’re going through a traumatic event, ordinary rules of behaviour are temporarily suspended.

  9. Perpetual says:

    You do not need to apologise my friend.

    • Brennig says:

      Well, you know, a few well-placed words are sometimes worth their weight in shiny things.

  10. Ali says:

    I think that you were fully justified in getting extremely angry and in feeling very hurt. However, I think you’re right to apologise for making public (e.g. names of third parties) some things that may have been better kept private. Not making a judgement here; I’ve been there and my God it hurts- 2 years on it still does, to be honest.