If you’ve already ruined someone’s Christmas party or know you probably will very soon, we’ve made writing the perfect apology letter easy. Just fill in the template below:
I want to express my sincere apologies for my behavior at your holiday party on December ___. I never should have had that much to drink, especially in front of my ________ or with _______ in the room. The holiday season is a time for celebrating, not _____ing in public, which I regret doing ____ times.
I said some embarrassing and offensive things that I definitely did not mean. I have not always _____ed _______, nor do I currently feel that way about them. If I did, the party certainly wasn’t the time to bring it up, especially in front of their ______.
On top of that, I do not think anyone or their mother is actually a ______ing ______, nor do I think they deserve a stocking full of ______. And if _____ were a reindeer, it would definitely not be _____ the _____-_____ed Reindeer. Additionally, “decking the halls” is not a euphemism for ______ someone’s ______, despite my very loud insistence that it is.
I can’t believe I actually ______ed Santa. That showed serious lack of judgement. I will, of course, pay for a new _______ for Santa to replace the one I ________.
I also accept full responsibility for the _______ in the holiday ______. That was me, and, despite what I may have said, it is in no way a traditional holiday recipe in the ________ culture.
Finally, I had no right to take the mistletoe and _______ it to the ________ that I then _________ over ________’s ________. I understand if ________ never speaks to me again.
I fully recognize that everyone else seems to be able to enjoy a holiday party without ______ing or ______ing, not to mention the ________ing incident. I also acknowledge this is the ______ year I have done this. I promise it will never happen again. Seriously, 20__ is the year when I really mean it.