This was a topic of discussion the other day

oldskoolsoul

Silver Member
..To a lot of people calling a young woman "chickie" is pretty much like calling a young man "dude".

But then again... Don't call me dude!..

Maybe the word 'dude' sounds different when being from the US, but to me, every adult who calls another adult 'dude', sounds like they are first of all not very intelligent and second like they are stuck somewhere in 1988..

Adults who approach other adults with 'dude', i can by definition not take serious anymore..

But regarding the 'chicky' thing and being upset about that..:

I would like to be at a gig one time from those 'upset' people and hear how they speak as a band about (some) women in the audience when they are in the dressing room together (without the 'chickies' or their wives also being there ofcourse)..

I have been in quite some bands, with people from various ages and IQ-level, but never in a band where 'chickies' never were a subject..
 
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TMe

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Adults who approach other adults with 'dude', i can by definition not take serious anymore...
To which some might reply, "Adults who approach other adults with 'chicky', I can not take seriously anymore..."

This thread seems to confirm one stereotype: Most drummers are tone deaf.
 
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