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!
5 responses
@lbbaby (489)
• China
18 Jan 10
Well, I feel the same with you. We don't say such things with each other because we know each other. And we think it's no need to say that but sometimes we still say it playfully. Haha
• India
17 Jan 10
Its all depend person to person. I use these words with some off my friends and not with some other friends. These words are very good to express your feelings.
@Graceekwenx (3163)
• Philippines
16 Jan 10
For me, i feel the need to get the message across. I dont want my buddy to think that i am abusing her. Words are valuable confirmations.
@jambi462 (4598)
• 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.
• Indonesia
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.