That is not out of disrespect to you, but because I think it would be unbeseeming to me.
Whoever be the instruments, the replying of clay to the Potter, the Former of all, is unbeseeming the nothing-creature.
1580s, "not befitting, inappropriate," from un- (1) "not" + beseeming. A common 17c. word.
early 13c., from be- + seem (v.). Related: Beseemed; beseeming.