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But I can't stand it when a woman calls another woman "babe" or "hon."  Also, while I am on this topic, I thought "like totally" or "for sure" went out with the era of the Valley Girls.  Time to grow up.

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I'll take that any day over...........Hey you guys......like Lori Goldstein says in every sentence.

 

I ain't no 'guy'.

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I don't like babe, hon or you guys.  I have a friend who recently started calling me "babe" in texts.  I figure someone probably called her that and she thought it was cute.  No, it's not.  Hoping it's just a phase. lol

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@rms1954 wrote:

But I can't stand it when a woman calls another woman "babe" or "hon." 


Never happened to me!

 

Can't tell you what I would say if it ever happens because I would be banned for life on the message board.

"Never argue with a fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference."


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I think the real problem is a host (s).

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'Guys' used  to mean just a group of men, but, as language often does, it has changed to mean any  group of people, regardless of sex.

 

 

 

 

The Sky looks different when you have someone you love up there.
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I see some posters addressing others as hon. It doesn’t matter to me. I don’t understand what the big deal is.

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If I was addressed as babe or hon by women or men I would nicely let it be known I do not like either.  I have a name and that is what I want to be called.  Just my opinion.

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I called my grnadmother Babe.

It was a term of love.

She was the youngest of 7 sisters and was the "baby" of her immediate family.

She had nieces and nephews call her Aunt Buddy and I always called her Babe. She signed her cards to me -either Grandma or Babe. 

I look at it as a term of endearment.

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I can't stand it either. It is kind of patronizing.