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Well "son" could work if you use it in the popular expression (I mean, since you aren't his/her father obviously) — same reason "guys" works for both men and women in a group, it's not necessary to say "boys and girls" if you want to keep it short.
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Ying Yang, you are one very angry dude. Calm your tits down and eat some noodle or anything.
Post 04 Aug 2016, 13:25
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YONG



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system error wrote:
Ying Yang, you are one very angry dude.
It is Yin Yang! Mad

Refer to:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yin_and_yang

Wink
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revolution wrote:
So it all boils down to the choice of pronouns? In that case just use "it". I won't get offended, or care, as long as it makes you happy to type fewer keystrokes. Smile
Mom, what did u do to him?
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YONG wrote:
It is Yin Yang! Mad

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yin_and_yang

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Nah, it sounds funnier that way. Ying [insert Yong here] Yang. You can practically build a simple node traversal that way, ya know Razz
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system error wrote:
Ying [insert Yong here] Yang.
It is YONG, not Yong.

Do pay attention to such minute differences between uppercase and lowercase characters, especially on Unix- and Linux-based systems. Otherwise, you are going to have lots of system errors!

Wink
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YONG wrote:
system error wrote:
Ying [insert Yong here] Yang.
It is YONG, not Yong.

Do pay attention to such minute differences between uppercase and lowercase characters, especially on Unix- and Linux-based systems. Otherwise, you are going to have lots of system errors!

Wink
YING YANG YONG, YONG YING YANG, YANG YING YONG... see it sounds funny no matter where you put your name in it. It's like playing Scrabble and I got a hit every time by rotating it.
Btw, I am trying to be funny here. Hopefully that would cheer u up a lil bit. Thank me later.
Post 05 Aug 2016, 03:25
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system error wrote:
I am trying to be funny here. Hopefully that would cheer u up a lil bit. Thank me later.
In fact, the pronunciation of "YONG" happens to be used to describe the buzzing sound of bees in Chinese. Back in the school days, some naughty classmates of mine tended to make fun of my name. Thus, I am used to such jokes.

Thank you.

Wink
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vid wrote:
do you seriously imply that in US people don't use word "girl" for adolescent and older women? can other forumers from US confirm this?


Gal is for women. Generally people who don't care or don't know, especially high school kids will still use girl to refer to a female whose age is unknown.

Not to be a politically correct keyboard warrior, but I prefer lady as it spans across the age spectrum.
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