For a long time, i was under the impression that the older you get the more wiser you become. It may just be me, but i've realized that i'm the type of person to be too stubborn in my ways to ever pause and look at things from other people's perspective. I've discovered that you live and learn along the way, and the best teacher happens to be your own mistakes. I feel its misfortunate that the incident happened, however its an even worse predicament that i was willing to upset another person without showing any intent of apologizing. It took a while and a lot of talking to others, to find out that sometimes i cross the line when its unnecessary. And when it boils down to it, i said some things that i should have never even thought of uttering. At the time, i was unwilling to recognize that i affected another person negatively, because i knew very little about them, and for that i was stupid. Even more immature, to upset another and more importantly disrespect an amazing woman. There are plenty reasons why i didnt apologize earlier, it just so happens that 99.9% of those reasons are fairly idiotic. I was a jackass at that moment, well i probably am and always will be. But my truest intent, is to never disrespect another person. Hopefully all of these words compiled together are as clear as i intend them to be, or at least resemble how i feel in some sort. Because it took until 5 AM on a Saturday morning, to gather enough balls to admit i was wrong.