Well, are you?
Well, are you?
Last edited by guedita; 02-21-2012 at 11:22 PM.
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So Cameron, just to clarify, if you were dating a 32 year old female, you would refer to her only as a "girl" when speaking to her or of her? Like, if you were in a relationship with a 32 year old female that had a career and like her own apartment and maybe even her own car and car insurance and credit card and stub from when she voted in the last election, you'd call her a girl, always without question?
Last edited by guedita; 02-21-2012 at 11:41 PM.
Like, seriously Cam, would you?
"CARD CARRYING UTERINE LINING ASSOCIATION MEMBER"
"Who is this doing this synthetic type of Alpha Beta psychedelic funkin'?"
I refer to people as 'girls' and 'boys' constantly. There is equality in my minimization of others.
My degrading system of gender nouns goes like this (Ages 0-2) Baby Gurl, (Ages 2-12) Little Gurl, (Ages 13-30, depending on where I am and who I am speaking to) Gurl/Young Lady, (Ages 30-100) Lady, and (Ages 100-300) Old Lady.
For males: (Ages 0-2) Baby Boy, (Ages 2-12) Little Boy, (Ages 13-50) Guy, (Ages 50-100) Old Guy, and (Ages 100-300) Really Old Guy.
I don't use "woman" or "man," because it feels too close to "female" and "male" to me. It feels like it lacks emotional connection. It is pure science.
Edit: Sometimes people notice my eyes, but I think it's because it's kind of round for an Asian.
Last edited by Robin; 02-22-2012 at 08:39 AM.
"Babe" and "baby" really bother me, along with "old lady," but I like the idea of calling everyone girls and boys.
the busy bee has no time for sorrow.
"What should we drink?" the girl asked. She had taken off her hat and put it on the table.
"It's pretty hot," the man said. "Let's drink beer."
"Dos cervezas," the man said into the curtain.
"Big ones?" a woman asked from the doorway.
"Yes. Two big ones."
The woman brought two glasses of beer and two felt pads. She put the felt pads and the beer glasses on the table and looked at the man and the girl. The girl was looking off at the line of hills. They were white in the sun and the country was brown and dry.
"They look like white elephants," she said.
--Hill Like White Elephants, Ernest Hemingway, 1927
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I usually just say "Dude" or "Chica/Chick"
Though, I am guilty of calling significant others "Babe" and "Hun."
I say old lady a lot, no fucks given