Excuse Me Sir....

Jan51

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I'm with Andy. I'd just say "excuse me."

And not to be hard-hearted, but I don't care if someone considered it rude. I'm certainly not taking etiquette or morality lessons from reprobates!
The trouble is, if you work in some place like the school system, there are now things you are not allowed to say. Here, so far you are not required to say certain things (pronouns) altho you are required to call them the opposite sex name they have chosen. So for some people, in some work areas, there may be a penalty to be paid for using what we would call logical language.
 

Andy C

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The trouble is, if you work in some place like the school system, there are now things you are not allowed to say. Here, so far you are not required to say certain things (pronouns) altho you are required to call them the opposite sex name they have chosen. So for some people, in some work areas, there may be a penalty to be paid for using what we would call logical language.
Im glad I retired fairly young so I dont have to deal with work place craziness.
 
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