So you've probably been to or are planning to go to a spate
of holiday parties this month. Some of you will enjoy. Some of you will hate. And others, still, you will wish you never went and
made a fool of yourself in front of your boss, co-workers, friends or, yes, the stranger you woke up next to the next morning.
But Cleveland-based agency Brokaw has you covered. It has
created the very ingenious Post Holiday Party Apology Maker
. It's the internet's answer to the walk of shame. And all you have to do is click.
When you visit the site, you choose who you want to address your letter to. You are then presented with the phrase, "I'm sorry I..." which is followed by a list of transgressions you wished to
have avoided. You can string together as many apologies as you like. Your hand is held the entire time and your letter is auto-magically created Mad Libs-style.
You can then share
your apology directly via email or more broadly (because, hell, you just might have no idea just how many people you offended) to Facebook and Twitter. Now isn't that a thoughtful and helpful tool we
can all use right around this time of year? Yeah, it is. Give it a try. You know you need to.