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REBLOG: Not That Sorry – by Rayla Bloom

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REBLOG: Not That Sorry – by Rayla Bloom

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REBLOG: Not That Sorry – by Rayla Bloom

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REBLOG: Not That Sorry: XL Wetsuits part 2

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REBLOG: Not That Sorry: XL Wetsuits

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REBLOG: Not That Sorry

Local comedian, Rayla Bloom has a Tumblr where she documents a lifetime of apologies – and – she is letting us cross-post them, so that even more people can hear her oh-so entirely sincere pleas for atonement.

Maybe you’ll feel better after you read these, maybe you’ll feel a little worse. Regardless, all that we really hope is that you’ll laugh.

Please enjoy the latest feature to the Garden State Comedy family, “Not So Sorry” by Rayla Bloom.

Here, in her words, is the description:

I was sent away to boarding school when I was 15.
I was an asshole.
I had Tourette syndrome, a neurological disorder that leads to involuntary movements and noises called “tics,” but mostly I was just an asshole. At boarding school, if you screwed up you received “time” which was either served by cleaning the school or sitting in detention. To this day, I hold the record of the most “time” ever earned and thus ever served, totaling hundreds of hours.
Maybe even thousands.
In my case most punishments also involved writing apology notes to whoever I had wronged, be it the headmaster, a fellow student, or a wall. I spent the majority of my evenings and weekends working off time and writing letters of apology.
I am now almost 30.
I have saved the letters.

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