sor·ry –adjective, -ri·er, -ri·est. 1. feeling regret, compunction, sympathy, pity, etc.: to be sorry to leave one's friends; to be sorry for a remark; to be sorry for someone in trouble. 2. regrettable or deplorable; unfortunate; tragic: a sorry situation; to come to a sorry end. 3. sorrowful, grieved, or sad: Was she sorry when her brother died? 4. associated with sorrow; suggestive of grief or suffering; melancholy; dismal. ********************* When does sorry become not enough? When does it get to a point where that word means so little because it's said so much? You contemplate the things you say after you say them then out comes the word "Sorry". Sorry is such a meaningless word when it's not backed up with meaning or backed up with true sincerity. I get tired of hearing from people who are supposed to care about me. I'm tired of hearing "oops, so sorry i broke your heart, or so sorry I broke you to bits" "it won't happen again" right, and the next time it happens you'll say that again and I'll smile and say sure. It's to the point now where that word isn't even in my vocabulary anymore b/c I don't want it to be. I don't want people to be sorry for things they've done b/c if htey were truly sorry they would have never done it. When do people start owning up for mistakes and realize they were wrong instead of syaing sorry like a bandaid will cover a bullet hole???