Miss or Ma'am?

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Definitely not....And he was married.
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I once had a male coworker call me "Baby Girl." Creeped the heck out of me. That's definitely crossing the line.
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Whoah. For me that has a pedophilic vibe to. It's right up there with some dude crying "Whose your daddy?!" during an intimate encounter. Not sexy. Not sassy. Just scummy.

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I call people ma'am and sir all the time depending on the situation to be polite, even if they're younger than I. I didn't know ma'am was based on marital status though, I'll have to look that up for the origin. Thanks, rcw.

People rarely call me ma'am or miss but I don't really mind when they do. The only ones I really hate are ones that imply that I'm not an adult. I'm 30, not 16.
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