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#1
I mean because of your hair.

It happened to me the first time the other day.
I was with my mom and we were dropping some stuff off at this recycling place.
I was driving and I had to pull around to the garage of this building.
My mom got out and helped this guy get this stuff out of the trunk.
Anyways, apparently the guy said something to my mom like, "Did your daughter pull around to the back yet?"

So, has anyone else been mistaken for a girl?

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#2
i get mistaken for one ALL the time....
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#5
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i get mistaken for one ALL the time....

If you call yourself Vikki, it's kind of hard to tell.

I've never been mistaken for a girl, but when I was a kid I always thought that people did mistake me for one, even though they never said so.

Now I'm 6 feet tall and have a moustache, so no-one dares make that mistake.
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Vikki, you are a girl.

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#12
It's only ever happened to me once and it was from behind so I suppose it was an easy mistake to make considering my hair was away down my back.

EDIT: This thread has reminded me of a story actually. When I was around 12ish my friend had long ass hair tied up in a ponytail. Anyway we were in school in one of the big projector rooms doing some lesson or other. The guy doing the presentation asked a question which my friend answered, to which the guy responded "Give that girl a figurative coconut!"

Needless to say, my friend was not pleased.
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#14
I went to meet someone once, and they asked me my name.

So i told them
"Hi, I'm Martin"

To which he replied,

"Oh, Martin, thats an unusual name for a girl"

I was like :O
Then i was like STFU


Or another time sombody offered to show me where the toilets are and then led me to the girls lavatories.I wasn't impressed!


Thankfully i have since removed my long hair, and i don't get mistaken for being female any more
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#15
Grrr, no. I'm a manly *grunt* MAN, man.

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#16
meh. a couple of times
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#18


Irs not quite as common as you think, TS. Unless of course, you're 6 years old.
#19
It's not even funny how much I do get mistaken.
Teachers at my school don't even know I'm a dude yet.
#22
i did once, when i was 9. it was cause the guy was cross eyed i think. never happened after that...

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#24
Hahahahahahahaha. Never, something about being an alpha, having facial hair (yes I know some females have this too), and having the swagger of being a male. Also it might help if you dress like a dude, and put the girl pants up for, well the girls to wear. Man this just made my day, and my day is just getting started.

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#25
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It's not even funny how much I do get mistaken.
Teachers at my school don't even know I'm a dude yet.

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#27
When i was 12ish it happend alot... i had pretty long hair and when your 12 your not really broad or anything :P It doesn't happen anymore, but i want to grow my hair really long now, its shoulder length now, i want it (on the front) somewhere around my chest so i wonder if it will happen again then :P
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#28
I would be thrilled to be considered the opposite sex. Hell, I do shop in the men section
sometimes...

Even then, people think I'm shopping for a boyfriend or something. Gah.
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#29
once after a shave one morning, guy in a restaurant called me "sir or madam".

i guess he was covering his bases, but surely that's a bad thing to say to anyone? cretin.
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#30
when i was like 9
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#31
All you pansies wont have that problem if you shaved your head now would you
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#32
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once after a shave one morning, guy in a restaurant called me "sir or madam".

i guess he was covering his bases, but surely that's a bad thing to say to anyone? cretin.




He could've at least guessed.
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#34
I used to occasionally when I was 12 or so. I still have long hair, but it doesn't happen anymore because
1. I'm 6'2"
2. I dress like a dude
3. Depending on how lazy I've been feeling, I may have copious amounts of stuble.
#35
Sometimes I get mistaken for a girl from behind, as my hair goes down to my mid-back, but generally only by people with poor eyesight or idiots, as there aren't a whole lot of 5'11 girls with broad shoulders and sasquatch legs. I live in KY, though, so there are a few...
#36
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I mean because of your hair.

It happened to me the first time the other day.
I was with my mom and we were dropping some stuff off at this recycling place.
I was driving and I had to pull around to the garage of this building.
My mom got out and helped this guy get this stuff out of the trunk.
Anyways, apparently the guy said something to my mom like, "Did your daughter pull around to the back yet?"

So, has anyone else been mistaken for a girl?

If you allowed him to live, you may just be a girl after all.
#37
I couldn't even begin to tell you the number of times I had been walking down the street with my girlfriend and someone says, "Hi girls" or when I'm with my mom and someone says the same thing. I don't think the tight pants or straightened hair help.
#38
I've been called a girl by my friends cranky grandmother before, but my hair is distinctly guyish long. I'd like it not to be, but oh well.
#39
Yep, in the process of growing a big beard so it doesn't happen again though
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