Offensive Behaviour

Letter #1:
I owe an apology to all my co-workers and their families for my attempt at being funny at the company drinks last Friday. I realise now that my gestures was offensive to you and your families. I am very sorry.

I know you look forward to the annual picnic as a time for wholesome family activities, and my insensitive garb was not appropriate. I can’t undo what I have done, but you have my pledge to help keep the quality of all our activities on a high plane from now on.

Letter #2:
I apologise for walking out in the middle of your presentation. I know it was disruptive, and I may have hurt your feelings.

I suddenly was not feeling well and thought it best to leave. I certainly am interested in your work and hope to get a printed copy of your presentation.

Letter #3:
I am sorry I took such an offensive tone of voice in speaking with you before your friends. It was not my intention to humiliate you. My own annoyance at another matter clouded my judgment. Please forgive me. I hope this unfortunate misstep will not jeopardize our friendship. You are one of the best friends I have.

Letter #4:
I want you to know how truly sorry I am for the joke I told at dinner last night. It was in very poor taste, and I am sorry that it offended you. Looking back on it, I am glad that you let me know how you felt. Please accept my sincere apology for my insensitivity and be assured that I will no longer tell jokes of that type.