Sunday, 13 March 2016

Brazilian Pop Culture: Protesting #31


Mr. Governor

I dare you 

to sustain your family

on my salary!

*come watch my classes!*

“Sr.” (Sir/Mr.) is usually added before the title of someone who works in a high up position in the government, such as a governor. Basically like how the US president is called Mr. President when people talk to him, except anyone in a high position gets the honourific too.

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