Very well known Exeweb poster
- Jul 8, 2004
Sorry I thought you'd seen Spoonzy's clarification. I meant everyone at that table had likely did the same.By doing this are they doing what everyone else does? I have never heard anyone during the course of my day/work/family/ travels mention pronouns when introducing themselves or in general chat or maybe I'm not a trendy professional living in the big city type and im too "provincial" to understand? Perhaps by saying what she said she's saying "Look at me, I'm being soooo 21st Century and on trend"
I'm waaaay too provincial for pronouns and stuff like that. I see a few on email signatures and that's it. But it's no different to that awkward "I'm AU and I like football, porn and farting" chat you have when you do some training or something at work and have to introduce yourself. In fact, I think saying my pronouns might actually work better in my case.