There's a big difference between being sorry you did something, and being sorry that you got caught. amirite?

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Thats the definition of "sorry, not sorry" and all the fake political apologies like "I'm sorry if you were offended..." No one actually owns their misdeed.

A local politician here was caught cheating on building permits for her own good, basically building unsanctioned structures on her land, and said in the media "It's really unfortunate that this got out and gained such traction in the media". That's literally "sorry not sorry".

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I remember a testimony where the guy admitted cheating his wife but there was no remorse, he just regretted ha had got caught

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