Decoded: Sorry Not Sorry

Remember that time someone pointed out that you were hashtagging on Twitter incorrectly? Or that you eat pizza in the weirdest way possible? The apathetic feeling you have after someone tries to correct your or your response in retaliation to a situation that's annoying can be summed up in three snarky words: Sorry not sorry.

Popularized as a Twitter hashtag, the phrase is the ultimate burned response when you've had enough with a person who disapproves of your or your opinions. It's used most often times as an afterthought to get the last word in. For example:

"I ate the last slice of birthday cake. Sorry not sorry."
"I'm going to be honest: that outfit looked better on the mannequin. Sorry not sorry."
"Apparently I've been holding a pencil wrong my entire life. Sorry not sorry."

Check out what these Twitter users are sorry in the slightest about:

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