RE: YOU are responsible, even when YOU are not to blame
Besides, I'm in Canada. I've seen people apologize to parking meters :>
I believe it. Last time I visited my father-in-law in St. John, I personally witnessed apologies to a trash basket on a street corner, an antique chair (empty) in Loyalist House, and a swinging door in a shopping mall.
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