No Sorry, no Thank You in Real Friendship
January 16, 2010 12:51pm CST
There is no scope of saying "Sorry!" or "Thank You!" in real friendship for any reason whatsoever. I have none in my relation with my best friend. We never use these words to each other. Do you? If at all these words are needed to be used, then I doubt the friendship to be real or true. Have guts to clarify this for your best friend!
• United States
16 Jan 10
I say sorry and thank you to my friends because if I do something that they might not like I want to apologize for it because they are my friends and I don't want to do anything to hurt them. I also say thank you when I am grateful for things that they have done for me or for things that they got for a present or whatever. Sometimes I like to thank my friends just for their companionship because you never know when they'll be gone so enjoy the time you have with them now. I think it's good to let each other know how much you care for each other even if it's just a friend relationship and not marriage or a partner.
16 Jan 10
my friend n i have a deal not to use these words but we still say them sometimes b'coz "thank you" can symbolizes respectful n "sorry" means that we have no intention to hurt our friends when we make any mistakes n faults. We still need these words, i think.