Is it rude to ask a woman her weight?
The equivalent to asking a woman her weight is asking a man his weight. If you have seen pictures of someone, asking their weight just comes off as rude and weird. You might not be able to tell someone’s height in a full body picture, but you can certainly tell their body shape.
What should you never ask a girl?
Here are 20 questions you should never ask a woman, in no particular order:Can I kiss you? Why won’t you talk to me? You look different today, why’s that? You’re looking tired today, did you not get a good night’s sleep? I know you’ve got a boyfriend, but can we be friends? How old are you?
Is asking someone’s age rude?
In short, you should know that asking someone’s age is rude, so you should not ask. If someone does ask you, know that it is completely proper for you to say something like, “That is not information that I wish to share. I’m sure you understand.” Most people will accept your response and change the subject.
Why is it rude to ask someones age?
It’s really about context. Unless you’re helping them fill out a medical form, it’s probably not necessary, thus the question is likely to be invasive. It is always rude to ask an adult their age; since you cannot be certain if someone IS an adult, the safest course of action is to refrain from asking.
Is it rude to ask why?
Beginning an answer with the word “why” is not inherently rude; the answer could be rude because of its content, of course. This construct is definitely somewhat archaic, and I’ve seen it more often in British contexts than American.
Is it rude to ask a man his age?
It’s rude for two reasons. The first is that simply none of your business. There is no reason why you would have to know anyone else’s age unless you’re, say, their doctor (in which case, it’s not rude.) There is no benefit to either them or you, so there is no reason for you to know that information.