That works (only) if you’d be a trophy.
Does “this little gal” have a name?
GT is more subtle than most people think (when politics isn’t the focus). If people could take off their “us vs. them” blinders long enough to see…
And people in the U.S. commonly use “they” to indicate a single person of unknown gender, in speech and in writing.
“Y’all” isn’t the tiniest bit artificial, unless you have the disadvantage of growing up in a part of the country without it. (I did, but after about 10 years in the South found myself using it without trying.) You have my sympathy.
The decor would overwhelm my senses.
Always refer to women old enough to be flattered by it as “Miss”.
These days, truth is absolutely no defense.
My daughter’s roommate is an RA (last year and this). She (daughter) has to send her (RA) out of the room when she wants to break a rule. It works for them; my daughter’s not much of a rule breaker.
> suite…co-ed by roomMy wife lived in a setup like that in an Ivy-league dorm >30 years ago.
So glad you cleared that up for me.