Fix it and apologize, vod, then move on. Taylir kebise pakod
My crowd would put it like this:
"When a Jedi behaves badly in public, an observer might think, 'If this Jedi is a representative of the whole Order, then plainly no Jedi is worth respect.' On meeting a second Jedi, who behaves better than the first, that same person might think, 'Does this say that half the Jedi are good, and half bad?' On meeting a third Jedi, who behaves as well as the second, the person thinks, 'Was the first Jedi an exception, then?' In this way, only by the good behavior of several Jedi can the public be certain that the poor behavior of one Jedi was unusual. Thus, it takes many Jedi to undo the mistakes of one."
And as a corollary, because you're the only Mando they're likely to meet and if you're screwing things up chances are you've known them a long time, well, evaar'la tuur, evaar'la jag
; live it down, let the 'you' of the next day help change their opinion of the 'you' of today.
Trust me, it's not that big of a deal to make a couple screwups - the people who matter know that that's all it is, a screwup, not how you are usually. We're only human, a work in progress.
Duumir cuy haat acyk gar kar'ta bal haa Dral. An ashi dar'cuy. - Surenit Kli'qiy