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May I start this email by telling you how much I admire your restraint.
After being run out by an inferior colleague who failed to make any kind of call, I left the crease (with my dignity preserved, of course) informing my former batting colleague he was a ‘c*nt’.
So I ask, should I wait for an apology or shall I march round to his house and insist on one?
If I need to tell you the answer to that, you won’t get far in this world.
As the old saying goes: ‘You can’t get a grovelling apology without first letting them know how wrong they are.’