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2 comments on this post.
  1. Claire in Springfield:

    Now that a modern single woman, a “career girl”, can afford her own dwelling-place, is not the abbreviated title “Mrs.” appropriate? Socially she is mistress of her own affairs (in the better sense of the word) and financially independent. The tax collector calls her “Head of Household”. Sure sounds better than the purposely vague, meaningless, covert and unpronunceable “Ms.” which in my dictionary abbreviates only the word “manuscript”.

  2. Luc Nos:

    I like to be called Miss (although I am mrs now ;o), it makes me feel young again, from my experience (guest services) ladies of ALL ages cheer up when you call them miss, there is just something cute about it :o)

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