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What would you rather be called?
Posted 7/13/16
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Posted 7/13/16
Man/Mr.

Did you know that how you write your name has different meanings depending on what is capitalized?

http://www.natural-person.ca/capital.html
Posted 7/14/16
Ms or miss, I'm not married.
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Posted 7/14/16
I don't mind when I am called "Excellency" or "Effendi".
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Posted 7/14/16
Sir
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Posted 7/14/16
I don't really care what others call me: man or boy is just fine. Mr/Sir is ok, though titles are a little awkward to me.
I personally refer to women as girls and men as boys though. That includes referring to myself as a boy. I don't know why but woman/man feels formal to me, and I generally only use it in formal occasions or when not referring to specific people. On a side note, I often you guy or guys to refer to both genders.
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19 / M / In your heart baby.
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Posted 7/14/16
Hole
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18 / M / Korriban
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Posted 7/14/16 , edited 7/14/16
Emperor of the Multiverse
High God of all beings
Majestic Being
Darth Chaos
Oh Superior One

All those work
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Posted 7/14/16
I'm female and sixteen and don't care if someone calls me a girl or woman because I think of myself as both, not an adult but still an old enough to be called a woman. I'm not married so no Mrs, ma'am I don't like because it just makes me feel old for some reason so ms is good.
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Posted 7/14/16 , edited 7/14/16
Other people call me a woman, I consider myself a girl. When I'm being served, it's usually "young lady" "young mistress" or "ma'am", though the ma'am is still a bit off-putting for me.

I think I'd just rather be called by my name, or "Miss" rather than ma'am or other honorifics, unless I'm trapped in a formal setting.
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Posted 7/14/16
daddy
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Posted 7/15/16
I'll settle with "dude".
Posted 7/15/16
I've only ever been called my name. Never really sir or man.

Heck when I had a girlfriend she would always say, "Hey you!"
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21 / M / Los Angeles
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Posted 7/15/16
King Daniel of House Targaryen first of his name, king of the andals, the rhoynar, and the first men, lord of the seven kingdoms, and protector of the realm.

All kidding aside i prefer just being called by my name unless i'm in a position of power or influence, there is no avoiding being called sir or something similar that demands respect.
Posted 7/18/16
Anything but some made up nickname with my last name on it.

I get "boy" the most for obvious reasons.
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