it throes me off and I think yes I’m a sir now.
Yes I hate it when people age me without provocation.
Being called sir just reminds me that im a young adult but it doesnt make me feel old
When I’m call miss, I know they are humoring me. Mam is ok I guess. I’m 45.
I prefer if you call me Sir.
I don’t mind. I’ve always seen it as respectful. If I don’t know someone’s name I go for sir or mam. I’m not offended when a person tells me what to address them as. I think that being bothered by a persons attempt at courtesy is weird I don’t care for being called dude so I give a name to be used.
No, it started when I was 27. I see it as respectful too.
Now if someone calls me chief then its on like donkey kong
When I worked in the states I used sir and mam all the time and just thought it was respectful. Whether you were 12 or 92 I didn’t discriminate. I suppose New Orleans is kinda the south but I picked it up there and still find myself doing it.
No, I don’t mind it. I look at it as being respectful so I try to extend the courtesy back.
I used to be called sir when I was respected more
Today most people don’t give a shitt and skip the sir nickname
Not so much sir, but yes, maam doesnt sit well with me
No, it doesnt really bother me. I’ve been a “sir” long enough that I’m used to it.
Besides, it’s kind of a respectful title. I’d rather be called sir than boy or something juvenile sounding.
I kind of like being called ma’am lol
You’re a cool ma’am with a plan!
I always got a plan
- Wear cool threads.
- Take care of bebe.
- Be a good friend.
- And just overall be a badass.
In Trinidad they call older persons uncle. Sometimes, just a few times, I get called uncle. I dont mind being old. Old people are awesome and wise and cheerful.
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