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By  peterburk  |  5

I had this situation when handing in my tax report. The cute woman behind the counter opened a box of paperwork, leafed through, then looked up and asked "Are you single?" to which I replied "Yes..."

She then clarified that because I'm single, not married, I need this form instead of that one.
Wishful thinking.

By  Bismuth92  |  11

She probably meant single in terms of marital status, not in terms of whether you're in a relationship or not. If you're under 25, that's not an unreasonable assumption to make (although I am 23 and married, so who am I to talk). She probably needed it for a form. I assume "are you sexually active" was a separate question.