Very eloquently put, sir.
I love your enthusiasm
It's actually only Ms. and Mrs.
Ms. is just short for miss.
i thought ms. meant that you could be either miss or mrs. and you just don't want people to know
i could be wrong :/
Well the rings/lack of rings are usually a big tip-off...
Ms isn't short for Miss.
Miss - unmarried woman, although it's more commonly used for a female child (the equivilant for a male child is 'Master' but that's really old fashioned and not used much anymore).
Mrs - married woman
Ms - can be used for an unmarried or married woman, depending on her preference, and usually with her maiden name
Thanks SImon. I've been wrong all these years.
What about sir ?
what about madame and lady and gentleman.
then there is Mx.
Who are you?
Hi, I'm Paul.
I was curious because not many people know the gender neutral titles, Paul.
Unless you're really Austin.
Nice to know and meet you. I agree with you.
Also I lied about my name. I am really Stephen. I just thought the monkey at the end of Jimmy Neutron's line fit too well.
When I read that I said it in his voice :D
No, there's Mister and Master.
Back when a woman's worth was determined solely by her marital status.
That sounded like something from those die-hard feminist bitches
I swear I'm not, this just annoys me
What about Messrs? It's the plural form of "mister".
because women suck
Your name is ironic.
If you include Miss and Ms. you should also have Mister in addition to Mr.
Mr is short for Mister... I guess they could have included Master which is used for a boy or young man.
I was just saying Ms. is short for Miss, so if you are including both the long and short form for women might as well do it for men.