I Call Men Sir

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 300 People

    copenhagenkyle copenhagenkyle
    22-25, M
    Jan 3, 2016

    Not Normally

    But if they were my master, I would.
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    2 Responses May 29, 2010

    Totally Trained

    What can I say?  My daddy was a preacher and both my granddaddies were military men.  How could I grow up in THAT and not call people sir and ma'am!?!?!?
    Plaid Plaid
    31-35, F
    May 6, 2012


    Most of them think it's funny, I perceive. Others say "I haven't heard that in a while."
    learntocook learntocook
    Aug 25, 2010

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    open minded honest female sub / pet only intrested on mature relation Msg me if that intrested u
    MasterJamelAlgerian MasterJamelAlgerian
    31-35, M
    Feb 22, 2016

    I like to call men Sir

    when I am out running errands to see what type of reaction I get. Mostly it is brushed off but sometimes I do get a sideways glance or smile. I hope that is because they appreciate a beautiful woman acknowledging them as the potential powerful and glorious counterpart that they...
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    4 Responses Jun 5, 2015

    Spelling Makes A Difference.

    It is nice to hear people address males and females as sir or ma'am,but I must confess to a feeling of being superior when addressing an obnoxious guy as sir and thinking,"If only he knew how I was spelling it when applied to him".I could be spelling it,'s i r' for good guys but...
    Rapolis Rapolis
    66-70, M
    Apr 4, 2013

    I call men "Sir" if I feel their natural

    authority over me. It's the most natural thing to say "Sir" then. I adore male authority and would not want to live without it. I am without a "qualified" partner right now and it's hard.
    helenSchaffer helenSchaffer
    36-40, F
    3 Responses Mar 22, 2016

    Just The Cute Ones :d

    That's the sub within... It's my little way of saying, "You're so sexy."Although, sometimes I use it as an insult when a guy is being rude, as in, "Can I help you, sir?"
    DeadOfDecember DeadOfDecember
    22-25, F
    1 Response May 13, 2011
    loveshebes loveshebes
    26-30, M
    Dec 30, 2015

    Sometimes its just force of habit.

    but isn't it good manners, either way
    Alylovespuppies Alylovespuppies
    18-21, F
    1 Response Oct 4, 2014

    i wanted to show respect

    for my boyfriend and asked him how he felt about me calling him sir. after a few days thinking about it he said that he would like that if i was ok with it. i started calling him sir at home and in private when we were out after some time he asked if i was ok with calling him...
    spiceoneagain spiceoneagain
    51-55, F
    3 Responses Dec 29, 2013

    My days are long... I start my day

    before the sun rises for you to strap on your gear. I fear you may get lost in the desert. Before I can reach you. Your laugh and smile is all I see and hear wen the sun sets. But between the miles of sand and beyond the miles of trees. I can't feel you, sir. MS
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    Dec 4, 2014

    Excuse Me, Sir...

    I was raised to refer to men/women that I am not familiar with as 'sir' or 'ma'am'. I have worked in various service industries and was perfectly at ease using sir or ma'am. However, one time I was in some posh bar in Washington  D.C. and there was a man standing in...
    greensatindress greensatindress
    31-35, F
    4 Responses Apr 10, 2010
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    2 Responses Aug 8, 2015

    And They Better Call Me

    Dr. or Ms. It is a sign of respect. If they don't know me then, Miss or Ms. is fine. If they do, then they are expected to call me Dr. It is a title that worked hard for and have earned. I show others the same courtesy no matter what age they are.  The only people who call me by...
    WildSpectrumArts WildSpectrumArts
    46-50, F
    11 Responses Jul 16, 2011

    My mom has a new man.

    He is from america and we have to call him sir. He gets mad if I forget
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    Mar 5, 2016

    I just think it's polite & respectful.

    It's the way I've been taught
    DaddysLittleLiarna DaddysLittleLiarna
    26-30, F
    4 Responses Aug 11, 2014

    But only if they ask

    and I want to not just for like anyone
    CoraIsAwesome CoraIsAwesome
    16-17, F
    Nov 11, 2015

    Near where I live, manners are really poor.

    So one of my favourite past teachers notour poor manners and made it a rule that we're not allowed to address him anything but "sir". The kids laughed at him...I was new to all of this so I started slowly, but now I say all the time when I want to address my teachers or any...
    deleted deleted
    Sep 13, 2015

    ello im looking for female sub / pet intrested

    on online relation as start Msg me
    MasterJamelAlgerian MasterJamelAlgerian
    31-35, M
    Feb 4, 2016
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