We need an "I'm so sorry" button

  1. So I can push it when "thanks" just isn't the right emotion for the post.

    On another note, I can't stop wanting to go out to dinner after my shifts for the week are do9ne. It's become quite a normal habit for DH and I. I think because I keep feeling like making it through a week of work is quite the feat, and I need to celebrate. >.<

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  3. by   caliotter3
    I agree that surviving a week at work is a feat worthy of celebration. Ditto on the sorry button too.
  4. by   canoehead
    I celebrate with some wine, a bath, and fresh sheets on the bed.

    I'm sorry would be nice, but I've found more call for other buttons, especially in the rant threads.
    Last edit by dianah on May 4, '09 : Reason: removed profanity (TOS violation)
  5. by   Meriwhen
    I also celebrate with wine, but I add a good book.

    I'd also vote for a "No Thanks" or "Disagree" button, for the times when you don't agree with someone's post but don't want to reply and thus get dragged into the fray.
  6. by   feisty
    After pulling six 12 hour night shifts in a row I do well to crawl in the door After a few hours sleep I feel that I deserve a good meal cooked by someone else as well.
  7. by   netglow
    Quote from canoehead
    I celebrate with some wine, a bath, and fresh sheets on the bed.

    I'm sorry would be nice, but I've found more call for a PFO button. (please, F... O...)especially in the rant threads.
    Careful Canoe, the "bad words uttered in disguise police" are gonna get ya. Got me already once. However I agree, I do believe when well placed they do hit the spot rather nicely.
  8. by   libnat
    Quote from 2ndwind
    Careful Canoe, the "bad words uttered in disguise police" are gonna get ya. Got me already once.
    LOL, symbol symbol expletive.
  9. by   Riseupandnurse
    I would like an "I'm sorry" button for work, since so many of the families' comments are complaints, usually about something that happened before I came on shift or that I can't do anything about. I could flash it every few minutes and save a lot of talking. Or would that seem insincere? (I guess I'm tired of it; "I'm sorry" for the cynicism tonight.)

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