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    Re: How to address a young or elderly lady and man

    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    So I asked my teen last night what she would say. She agreed with "ma'am" for an adult female, "sir" for an adult male, and "dude" for a male teen, but was at a loss for a female peer. She thought she'd probably just say "Excuse me!" loudly.
    She doesn't like "Dudette"?

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    Re: How to address a young or elderly lady and man

    Randy Jackson calls girls "dude" now, so it's a-comin'.

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