How do you prefer to be called by people you haven't met before? :)

How do you prefer to be called by people you haven't met before? :)

DreamWolf DreamWolf
For example I hate being called ma'am... ^^
06/27/2012
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sktb0007 sktb0007
I really don't care as long as it's not "beetch" with an "i" or "jerk" or something rude. I've never been called ma'am. Usually people think I'm still a 16 year old though so...
06/28/2012
Woman China Woman China
Ma'am, Ms... are the proper ones in polite society, and for some reason someone in China is teaching people "Madam", "Mistress" or the one I hate most of all, "Lady".
06/28/2012
shySEXXaddict shySEXXaddict
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
For example I hate being called ma'am... ^^
oo..I agree! I hate maam! I know its being respectful but it makes me feel old .Miss is ok..I guess as long as its not derogitory I shouldnt care
06/28/2012
G&L G&L
I was raised to say ma'am and sir. I used to always get in trouble for it when I worked retail, but if I didn't when I was little it meant time out...
06/28/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Miss or ma'am. I never understood why ma'am bugged other women so much. Usually when people say it they're not saying it because they think you look old - it's just a respectful term. There's even times when I prefer ma'am because miss can occasionally sound childish.
06/28/2012
Noelle Noelle
Hag...LOL!!! Just kidding! Atleast I don't think I've been called hag? OF course if they say it and I don't hear it, well...
06/28/2012
Ajax Ajax
The very first time we speak Miss is okay, but as soon as introductions have been made I'd prefer they use my name.
07/05/2012
Bex1331 Bex1331
I don't much care, but I hate when people who don't know me use my name (ie: at work when I have a nametag on)
07/05/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
I just like being called by my first name, I'm genderqueer so gendered formal terms of address just make me feel awkward and highlight the fact that I don't know the person well at all.
07/05/2012
MistressDandelion MistressDandelion
I hate being called by my birth name or by "mademoiselle" or "madame"... But I usually am too shy to ask for proper pronouns. I'd really like to be called "Monsieur" (sir).
07/05/2012
jennifur77 jennifur77
By my first name. I think it's respectful when kids call me "Miss _____", but that's rarely done in the north.
07/05/2012
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