Oh grand and snarkolicious wise one, forgive me for I have sinned. I, being weak, was impetuous and acted with undue haste. I did NOT wait until I had finished my tenth revision --as you have so wisely recommended-- and have now found several glaring errors in pages I sent to an agent who requested the material. Yikes! Should I call this agent, confess, and ask if I may re-submit? While gin provides solace, it gives no answers. Perhaps I need more.
Glaring errors? As opposed to smiling ones?
That will teach you not to listen to Miss Snark won't it (glaring at writer).
And, as much as it pains me to say this, LESS gin is probably the answer here.
This happens more times that Miss Snark wants you to know.
You send the corrected pages with a cover letter saying you overlooked some errors and these are the corrected pages.
It's better to be a nitwit than a crappy writer.
Now, repeat after me: revise, rest, revise, rest, revise, rest.