|Originally posted by Lira |
I was looking for an old post of mine and found this. I reckon this deserves an answer:
Wise up, lemonade stand counsellor,
I don't care if you remember my outburst, nor whether you care about it - I believe that, as an adult, I should admit it when I make a mistake (even if it's just a small one) and I don't recall making any apologies about my exaggerated response. It's not like I lose my temper too often. If it wasn't clear throughout the time I was active around here, let me restate it: I believe it's my attitude that matters as a grown-up, and throwing a tantrum on a stressed-out day was a childish event I believe I should apologise for. If you think I don't, just ignore it. No need to lecture me about your alkaline ways.
Don't give me your humbug about what you think is right if it doesn't hurt you, because there's no way it may have been offensive to anyone. Also, given my status as a mod, I think it's only fair to let the community know when I may be away for weeks/months/years. There's no need to tell me what I need to do and all your abrasive rubbish.
Are we clear or do you want some schematics with that? I can provide you some
I'm fucking appalled that it took you this long to answer!
Welcome back though!
You're taking things too seriously. So you said something, big deal. Relax, the world doesn't look down upon you unfavourably. I think you need to step back and just let things go. You can't change the past, no regrets. If anything just learn from your mistakes and go on with life. There's no point dwelling on something that to be quite honest with you, I consider very small.
Oh and schematics are always welcome