I hate it when people use "Hey, girl," as a general salutation.
A) I am not a girl. I am a woman.
B) I am not your subordinate.
C) I know you are using this casual generalization to cover up the fact you don't know my name.
D) It sounds so Redneck. I am not a Redneck.
I know nice people use this greeting, and I don't judge people who do. I just hate it.
It's like nails on a chalkboard to me.