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You should be able to tell the difference from a friendly "buddy" vs. OP, just from the little you put in your message, you come across as the type of person that others would only refer to as 'buddy' in the sarcastic, asshole way. But the same tones can be Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy when saying your given name.
I say buddy for my friends all the time. If I want to call someone an asshole, I prefer the direct approach rather than snidely saying 'buddy' or 'pal. Why would anyone object to being called "sir"? What else would you expect to be called by people who don't know your rspectful So it doesn't bother me when someone else calls me them, but I usually find it vriend when it's not him.
My older hetero brother Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy it and I cringe a little. Either leave it out or say the man's name. I used to go to a bank for work and I dealt with a lot of money, a grntleman account for them and I had to use the same teller every day for picking up the receipts from the day before.
This particular teller would always say "Hey Buddy" or worse yet, "Hey Guy". It bothered me because she obviously had no intention of learning my name though I saw her five days a week, and I would have preferred a simple "Good Morning".
Some of Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy are such delicate, hot house flowers. It's amazing people like Seriously women are stupid ferndale and R12 have survived into adulthood, what with their precious sensibilities constantly rsepectful assaulted by the heathens of the world. OP, unless you are a chick, you have a serious inferiority complex.
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We had a recent new-hire who moved down here from Massachusetts. She said she was initially put off by people calling her "ma'am".
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When I was in my 20's and still in my 30'sI got called, "chief", "buddy", and perplexingly, "scooter" when I worked in customer service jobs. It was the condescending, "hey there little chief, ya think you could get me such-and-such? friens
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I got that one night from a customer and said, "I'm I live in AdultLand, ok? Someone calling you "sir" offends you?
Where are you from? One of the many problems with American public life is the lack of respect and manners. Calling frienr adult male 21 or older "sir" is the correct thing to do.
I spoke with someone recently who said that he thought it made him feel old he's mid's. I have also heard Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy suggest that they thought it was "smart ass. I call other adult men whom I do not Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy "sir.
If someone is really your buddy, pal, boss, etc why not. My sentiments exactly, r When someone approaches me and calls me "Big Guy" I automatically shut down any willingness to have further conversation with them. When a peer or someone I work Horny Plant City women says "thank you sir" without tongue in cheek I don't like it.
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I think it sounds disrespectful, childish and creepy. If we're colleagues, or even my boss or it's a customer service situation, use my name. Otherwise ask me for my name so you can address me properly or use 'sir'. I can't stand being called "dude" dooooood. Sounds like something from an old Tom Mix movie. What amazingly hasn't yet Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy said here is that "Buddy" when addressed to a gay man by a straight man can feel like a sarcastic homophobic slur.
I hate being called "big guy. No, I don't need you to remind of Kund fact, I haven't forgotten. I had a fuck buddy who would call me Rfspectful and I melted in his arms- I loved it I also love champ. I just hate it when a father calls his son little buddy. In the San Francisco bay area, most of Looking for someone to pester supermarkets have trained the staff to address women customers as "Miss".
They used to Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy "Ma'am" but too many women complained that it made them feel old. So now the teenage bagger addresses the white-haired lady stooped over her walker as "Miss", which just sounds idiotic. Not to mention inaccurate toward any woman who is or ever has been married.
Too bad you're both gay, because you're made for the lady from that one "lesbian who's offended by doors being opened for her" thread. How can a term of respect be seen as disrespectful? Are you from Opposite Land, where robbers catch cops and cats chase respecttul I can assure you that the minimum wage working stiff is not respecting you just because he calls you "sir.
Coming to 'Budddy' Its at times disrespectful and impolite, especially when you don't know gentpeman person you're referring to or when the person in question is a lot older than you. But he was a Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy Italian daddy so he could have called me a lot worse if he so desired.
If it is coming from some jerk or prick, then no; if it's coming from some hunky guy the gym and Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy being genuinely friendly I often come Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy touching myself. When a gay man says buddy when referring to a friend that isn't present all I hear is, "I'm not nelly and I just proved it to you". Ever since I moved to Canada I have grown allergic to this word.
Nevertheless, I don't think it is condescending when a Newton girl gets fucked calls Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy that. You are his friend, let him express his friendship as he deems fit. When it comes to strangers, I would describe the word usage as inappropriate and boorish rather than condescending. I get it a lot from shop assistants in Canada and quite frankly cannot stand it. I know for sure they would not call a 70 year old gentleman a "buddy", so neither should they address me in that form.
In my mother tongue we have the formal and informal means of addressing others and my oversensitivity to this word my stem respectfl the fact that I will never hear the word "buddy" or its equivalent from Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy stranger who addresses me formally.
Service people always call me buddy. The deli guy, the barista, the cashier. Bloody hell, wish that was my biggest problem! Here in Oz, service people call me "mate" or "sport" or now, more frequently, "buddy".
They don't know my name, we aren't gonna be friends, it's a friendly way of connecting with you. Gentlejan offense given or taken. Maybe in the USA it's more traumatic. It's only traumatic to a certain very small set of people Unfortunately, Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy flock here.
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I like "Reason for living. Granted, that's not why I'm not sorry, but it's all of a piece. Inappropriate chumminess is almost always annoying, but there are certainly worse things to spend your time being upset about.
I get called "chief" and "boss" by a lot of younger guys, respeftful Latinos. I guess I'm old-fashioned, because even though it's a little on the formal side, I prefer "sir" if you don't know my name, of course.
An acquaintance of mine calls me "brother" and I don't want to make him lose face by telling him I detest it. Something inside me crawls and dies. I hate it, but I've known him forever and really have nothing else to complain about. Being Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy "buddy" is amusing because it's delightfully low and familiar. I slightly dislike Kind respectful gentleman friend buddy called "dude" but pretty much all of the other colloquial terms are fine by me.
Being a woman, no one has ever called me 'buddy', but I can tell you it makes my blood boil when I am called by my first name in a professional setting eg, the bank or medical office, by someone I am not friends with, especially if they are a lot younger than me.