Here is the second installment. Not as good as my first one but I'm working on it, folks. Enjoy and comment.
"I'm sorry, but…"
This is not referring to when you are telling a story and using this term to reference how you would react in a situation, i.e. "Then, he left his girl on the corner. I'm sorry but I wouldn't do that, kid." This refers to the apology "I'm sorry."
Just to let you know when you say but you have just negated the entire apology. The but that you are using is just to justify that you still think that you are correct in the argument. If you think you are right, then you really don't mean your apology. Who apologizes when they think they are in the right? (actually, I DO have an answer for that but that's for another time) When you say but you are not acknowledging your blame in the situation or taking responsibility for your previous actions that got you here.
But = Not. Just for your information.
Next Week- "Do you wanna take this outside?" (one of the funniest lines…..ever)