Shout out to stereo community got a question at least in my experience for me to call you my guy my man's that's my boy that usually takes a level of trust and also Some kind of longevity But in my experience, I don't know if it's today's culture I see a lot of women that use the word sis a lot to refer to each other Especially and I've seen it where women they really know each other like that. Oh, that's my sis. Hey, what up sis? What up? Is that is that genuine or is that PC? Like is that really your sis? You know I'm saying that we just we just using words to you know Sound like y'all cooler than which I really are it's just I'm just asking I'm just asking let me know y'all thoughts though y'all already Is it genuine or is it PC?
Hey, shout out to you, Bree. And I appreciate you answering it, honestly, because, yeah, I don't know why I think the things I do sometimes, but I just see it a lot. And I'm like, hmm, is this genuine? It's just like, are y'all really that cool?
I'ma keep it a buck with you though, there's some females that use that shit very loosely. They just use that shit for whatever. That's not what I do, but there are females out there that just say, sister, you ******* Breathe in female there is.
And I know what you mean lab I be seeing females use that all the time left them right on some ******* strangers Nah, baby girl, you fake. That's what the **** that is. That's fake love. I don't get down like that ***** sit down you fake
I don't think it's used too loose. I think that it's important to listen to the context it's used in. I don't necessarily call people that I have issues with sis but if it slips out you'll definitely know it's not meant in an endearing way.
Yeah, I think they're really loose about that and they're not being genuine. When they call people sisters, it's always like, it always has a negative connotation behind it for me because they say it interchangeably between men and women.