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suzukisaluki

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suzukisaluki says:

lovey dovey names

Im not really the kinda girl who likes being called sweetie,babe ( i HATE babe!) honey bunny or schnookums. Im ok with the odd  "hun" or even "sweet" and its fair to say im guilty of using them on mates

But its  too much for me when you get to the "here you go my darling, a wet rose, symbolic of out love...." 

 " oh thankyou sweetie, our love is so sweet"

"thats ok dearest, nothing in the world is as pure as our love"

me....im happy with the fact the man frequenting my bed is ok with the "hello prune balls..." Hes lush- i got very very lucky!

so what do you call your partner (or they call you) come on name and shame!

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Barney Fartpants

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I usually say...

Mornin' jizzy tits. Well only if I been doing a spot of 'target practice' :tongue:

 

lol @ prune balls!

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Jeni4

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Jeni4 says:

Pet Names

"Oi arsehole" seems to work now and again for the other half haha

I hate love, pet and especially duck... used to get that a lot in Skipton and used to drive me mad... y'orite duck?  Grr! fuck off!

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suzukisaluki

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suzukisaluki says:

barny

LOL.

i hope that approach serves you well.

romance is never dead!

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suzukisaluki

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suzukisaluki says:

jeni

duck, pet, hen....NOPE

alreet chick? no...go away.

 

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Jeni4

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Jeni4 says:

LOL you must be the same as me then

as I'm not 'lovey dovey' in the slightest... must be good at summat tho coz I've been with him for nearly 7 years :wink::lol: 

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

JAWA IS KNOWN

I AM KNOWN ONLY A SEX MACHINE... and joanne calls me "sexual bastard" a lot

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3pipes

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3pipes says:

loving nic-names ??

Could speak volumes about a person not wanting to be called an endearing name.

Perhaps ?, generally older people?(undefined) may warm to pet names or endearments  *love, darling*etc, just by way of a freindly interaction, instead of a more formal addres of Mr./ Mrs.or a more familiar use of fore-names, John / Mary for instance.

For myself, when working for some-one particularly 1st visits, and untill both parties get to know each other well, I would take the formal approach, ie, Mr. / Mrs.

 I never call some-one by their fornames, unless invited;

This I think is the basis of a professional approach,.

Feeling at ease with a particular person, soon gives you an instinct of how that person may / may-not want, or expect to be addressed.

A lot of people in this modern time, can be agressive, and suspicious of the other persons intentions, and maybe of a Narcissistic personality,  clearly that person should be treated in a formal manner,as they would object to overfamiliar niceties.

I,as a rule, only use pet names on people I am fond of and comfortable with, and never intentionally patronise any-one.

On the other hand, people can call me whatever they want...

EXCEPT...

Early in the morning.:shock:

OR.

Late for dinner:winkie:

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honwal

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honwal says:

call partner

hi whinger, i love you......... slap

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stingy1

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stingy1 says:

DAFT IDIOTS

Surely action speaks louder than chirps , silly names.

 

DER!

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BaldE35

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BaldE35 says:

Pet Names or Nick Names.

We have hundreds in our family but that's just were they remain in the family. The wife has always been Knickers (her name is Nicky) and I have alway been Ratbag, Gaz, Gal or Grump .

The childrens names are unmercifully murdred to create new more annoying versions and if they object it just gets worse so they have come to accept the more insane way my brain works. On the day Andrew was born my friend said he does'nt look like an Andy so I'll just call him 'Oz' - several years ago he popped his cloggs but his daughter (same age as Andy) still calls him Ozzy. :biggrin: always cracks me up when Andrew responds to her as if it the most natural thing in the world.         

Pet Names-  Provided you are comfortable with them they are a great way of communicating within the group but I would not dream using them in work etc.  

Not sure about the lovely dovey bit !

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