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Dieses Thema im Forum "Talk" wurde erstellt von xforeverxmetalx, 01. August 2011.
Didn't see you yet! (until 1min. ago )
Not gentlemen this time. You were Sirs so thats what I'll use but not sure what would be good for women, Lady or something else
I haven't been on computer all morning. Maybe thats why
time for the education!
Could also be 'cause I'm sighted. (bad eyesight)
Madams (is to sirs)
Women (is to men)
Girls (is to boys, or guys can be used especially if referring to young men)
Bitches ( ) (is to just about anything haha)
All of course, meaning exactly the same thing, differing only in spelling, pronunciation and levels of courtesy.
Oh English Language...fuck you. Seriously.
But often there is Sir X and Lady X/Y so I still kind of stand behind Ladys and Sirs
Ah, in TITLES maybe.
Sir and Dame perhaps?
Lord and Lady?
In this matter?
Table of Honorifics
Title Self Wife Son Daughter
----- ---- ---- ---- ----
Duke Duke of +title Duchess of +title Lord +first Lady +first
Marquis Lord +title Lady +title Lord +first Lady +first
Earl Lord +title Lady +title Hon. Lady +first
Viscount Lord +title Lady +title Hon. Hon.
Baron Lord +title Lady +title Hon. Hon.
Baronet Sir +first Lady +surname Mr. Miss
Knight Sir +first Lady +surname Mr. Miss
From those so yes and Lady seems to be correct Brittish way to say.
Haha that made so much more sense when I put it in quote form. I was about to cry agony until I had a second look
So in other words, we're practically royalty...thank you