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“I take full responsibility.”
“I owe you an apology. It was wrong of me to say that to you.”
“Oh, my bad. Didn't realize you were saving it.”
“Listen, I don't want any trouble.”
“Sorry, the ink smeared a little.”
“I'm sorry if you felt excluded or ignored, but it's not my job to babysit you.”
“I know; it doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.”
“Sorry, I can't help but get sucked in when there's a game on.”
“Come on. I didn't mean it that way.”
“Sorry to keep pestering you, but who can I speak to about getting access to the shared drive?”
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