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Recent research suggests when it comes to letting someone down easy, you should probably keep your apology to yourself. A study published last month in the journal Frontiers in Psychology found that a...
From loud conversations on the phone to calling out to a clueless friend in the dark, our lack of cinema etiquette is legendary. The Our Last Week duo, however, are not having any more of it. Kunaal and Anuvab have a couple of very effective ideas to get people to stop talking during a movie - these may or may not involve death.
Most of us say "sorry" when something we said or did, whether or not it was intentional, had negative outcomes or consequences. But, ultimately, the most important question is: how effective can a "sorry" be? Can a "sorry" make everything OK? The answer is no -- simply because in some instances the words or deeds have created irreparable damage in someone's life. So, what are those situations in which a "sorry" really not does help?