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    Not a " SIR" to be heard !

    I was going to make this comment in Brianna's thread on being labelled " Sir ".

    I had an appointment for my second Pfizer injection today , it was a lovely warm sunny morning which was just as well as the queue stretched out across the car park , I'd slipped on a skirt with a short sleeved blouse and a longline cardigan with heeled wedges . As the line neared the building a volunteer was walking along the line dispensing hand sanitiser , he did mine then said to the guy behind , " I'll stop at this lady , so I know where I've got to " and then went off to help a lady with a wheelchair , when he resumed he gave me a big smile and said " I know I got to this lady ".

    Inside as we were being checked through on the register another volunteer assumed I was with the guy standing near to me so she asked if I wanted to join the line with my husband , the man looked at me gave me a big smile and said , " I'm sorry I'm not with this lady "

    When I reached the vaccination station I handed the vaccination card to the attendant , she checked it out and ticked off on her list Terri ****** after double checking my age and correct address and the usual health issues she handed the card back as she said , " Love the blouse " , as I was chatting to her I never even felt the injection .

    After that I went to Matalan now it's re-opened and bought three longline cardigans for the summer , it was so good to chat to some of the SAs I hadn't seen for over a year .

    And not a " Sir " to be heard !
    Last edited by Teresa; 05-02-2021 at 12:47 PM.

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    Teresa, Sounds like a pleasant way to get your Pfizer injection. Thank you for sharing. Brenda

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    I have never been "sir'd" while out in public, even though I know that I don't pass on close examination by onlookers. People have always been nice and treated me as the woman I am presenting to be.

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    I do not get sir...ed when out enfemme either... but then again I never wear my hearing aids out enfemme either!

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    Karen,
    I'm not sure if your comment is funny or not but I don't have a problem with it but I have to wear hearing aids and have found it almost impossible when wearing a mask . My hearing loss is 50% down at the higher frequencies , I can hear most things fine it's just music that needs a boost , so hearing " Sir " would be clear enough .

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    Same here, Teresa... My audiograms showed sever loss in the range of the female voice. So if a woman "Sir"ed or "Ma'M"ed me when I was not wearing my aids.... I would totally miss it. Ask me wife.... don't hear half what she says! (maybe on purpose)
    Femmimic (noun) - One who copies or closely imitates females of the species, especially in speech, expression, gesture and attire:

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    Karen,
    Thanks for that .

    Through the pandemic and needing to wear a mask I gave up on hearing aids when I removed my mask in a supermarket car park and the elastic caught the hearing aids and flicked them across the car park , the same thing happened with my clip on earrings . It's bad enough wearing a wig and having to slip my glasses on , no matter how much I try I always get steamed up . It adds to the fun of shopping , I can't see half the stuff and I can't hear what the SAs are telling me , my wardrobe has some very interesting combinations now .

    While sitting in my dentist waiting room a lady was struggling with the same problems , she turned to me and said she's given up on earrings and hadn't worn them for over a year .
    Last edited by Teresa; 05-05-2021 at 06:40 AM.

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    I read this at first thinking the guy was flirting with you......

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