I've been stabbed in the back too many times, promises thrown away and empty apologies given without feeling. I can tell that if you say you're sorry for one thing, then go and say it again, you must believe it's true. I also don't beileve people change. Like, ever. They can mask it fairly well, but one slip up, and they're bound to revert to their old self. All of these in consideration, I have refused Yamamoto's apology. I'm not saying he's not truly sorry, but from my own experiences, I'm just not going to deal with it. I'm declining his truce, but I'm also going to avoid being an asshole to him. Unless he, of course, DramaWhores all over the place again. Which I also think is bound to happen, but whatever. I'm dropping all fights with him currently, even though I can hardly call the last one a fight. It was uber funny to see his display of internalized homophobia and his true nature when he feels "bullied" and how we pick on a "disabled person." Here, let me address this...
Yama, why do you claim to be disabled, only when it suites you? You didn't seem too disabled when you were calling me "fat", "faggot", and bashing my religion. That's also another reason why I am not accepting your apology. People who use things like that against others, and for their own gain, make me sick. No offense, it's not just you. It's everyone like that.
Like, if someone went "Omg I'm black. I need reperations for you white people keeping my ancestors as slaves" that's, like, abusing and warping something that shouldn't be done like that. You basically said "I can make fun of everyone, calling them fags and saying that there is no God, but OMG IM DISABLED WHY WOULD YOU MAKE FUN OF ME?" That doesn't fly here, dude.
Now, my like, deal in life, is that I give people 2 strikes. Not 3 and you're out. 2. My patience with people is easily worn thin, so one slip up, and it's iight, in case it was a mistake or something. But a second time and you're out. Yama, you have slipped up on more than two occasions, because I went easy on you, but this was the last straw. You've said things that can't be taken back, and for that, I bid you ado.