Old Jun 27, 14, 1:27 am
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kiwiandrew
 
Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: New Zealand
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Common courtesy would have been to ask first. I could understand you feel embarrassed at being caught out for your lack of manners. I'm not sure why you chose to feel humiliated about it though. You made a mistake, but presumably you apologised to her for your lack of courtesy, I think if she is prepared to let it go then you should just move on, lesson learned.
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