I'm courious as how others feel about this, so this is sort of a question / mini rant.
When problems arise, I hear different forms of apologies. "I'm very sorry sir" "I'm so sorry that that happened" etc.
But my blood pressure rises when I hear those three common words. "Sorry 'bout that."
Is it only me? or are others bothered by it. To me, this sounds insincere and rude. Like an "off the hip" response that sounds a bit sarcastic, and unprofessional, with no real feeling.
Maybe I'm over reacting about this. I'm very patient and care free, but this really boils my blood at times.