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    Is it strange to always use 'you guys' when asking for something at a restaurant or a

    Is it strange to always use 'you guys' when asking for something at a restaurant or any sort of establishment:

    Do you guys have bottled water?

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    Can I get some bottled water from you guys?

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    Re: Is it strange to always use 'you guys' when asking for something at a restaurant

    In your first option, "guys" is totally unnecessary. The second is not very common or natural, if you are referring to an establishment.

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