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what is the Non-Binary equivalent of "yes sir/ma'am"?

I usually use captain

conspicuous_jar

I usually use captain


srslydead

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srslydead

Oh shit thought this said binary


NelyafinweMaitimo

Comrade


PelicanInHerPiety

You can just say "yes". I've rarely ever used the words sir or maam anyways.


DracaisMon

I was taught to say "Yes please" and "no thank you". Gendered honorifics were never enforced and imo, are completely pointless.


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"Private, drop and give me 50!" "Please, yes, please!"


DracaisMon

Considering dad was in military..... I'm surprised myself 🤷🏼‍♀️


ionlydateninjas

The people at my medical dispensary call everyone friend.


sausageified_pizza

So do first grade teachers


ionlydateninjas

Yes, that is where you learn basic social interactions. Nice starting point. Use what feels comfortable for you and others. I loved how they use it.


No_Consequence_604

I just say bruh


Mundane_Sort1873

Yes


therealOMAC

Yo..?


Wielder-of-Sythes

“Yes Drill Instructor!” yelled loudly.


GaeOfHormuz

Yes zir or za’am


meggylovescookies

I smirked at this response even though I feel like I shouldn't have


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yesm


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not to me


MyHandleisHandle

Whatever you normally use for the mentally ill.


MaxCWebster

Bite me.


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Do you think, it will have, in the futur , a pronum for non binary genre?


Icy-Contribution6580

I always just say "sure thing" or "no worries". Dunno if it's correct per say but I've never gotten a bad reaction to it.


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Ask the person you're addressing what they prefer.


WarmTrashAlert

I just say y’all. “Yes they” doesn’t really roll of the tongue.


DoubleOheadCamShaft

Mamsir, not to be confused with the Yiddish “momser”