Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Too friendly

My co-worker just told me I'm "too friendly" because I chatted with the drunk, homeless man at the mailbox when mailing my letters just now. Is there such a thing as too friendly? Is there a politically correct term for "homeless man"?

5 comments:

Junior said...

Try using the phrases...

'displaced person within the city'
'a person with no fixed address'
'a person with no home'

those are all pretty accurate and I think pollitcally safe.

Allison said...

That made me think of my 19th birthday at the Townhouse where most of you guys, who were not yet of age, were asked to leave and then propositioned by that "person of no fixed address" who thought you were prostitutes.
(Not that Jessica ever drank before she was 19, Mrs. G.)

JD. said...

stop hitting on the homeless

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Stevie said...

You need to stop! You can't let them think that someone who previously lived in Toronto is actually friendly! What is that going to do to all our finely developed cultural stereotypes???? For shame.