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Terms of Endearment

Just for fun, what does everyone out there think of terms of endearment (sweetie, honey, etc.)? Yea, nay? And if yes, what are some of your favorites?

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sexpertover a year ago

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I like hun and babe, I know, it's just t...

I like hun and babe, I know, it's just the basic stuff, but it's nice and reassuring. I had a bf in the past that called me mistress when other people weren't around. Looking back, I think he might have been asking me to be more dom and I just didn't notice. whoops.

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JillOfFandoms

JillOfFandomsover a year ago

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I use "hon" a lot with everyone. I keep ...

I use "hon" a lot with everyone. I keep catching myself using "sweetie" in texts though I'd never say it out loud. He calls me silly sometimes, cuz I can be really absentminded.

And just for hilarity's sake I call him "shnookie" sometimes. His face is just priceless.

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scarlettewiththerope

scarlettewiththeropeover a year ago

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I'm with Kyle, I associate them with a p...

I'm with Kyle, I associate them with a puppy love kinda thing... I never use them lol. I want a man, not a puppy... although I don't mind a guy who uses them occasionally if it's natural and not overly mushy :)

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Kyle Miracle

Kyle Miracleover a year ago

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Avoid them early on in a relationship. ...

Avoid them early on in a relationship. They tend to establish a comfort before trust and rapport. That comfort often develops into the "puppy love" stuff and can lead to a relationship without much real rapport. It's almost a false sense of security because anyone can say some words, and true rapport is felt, not spoken.


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cool man

cool manover a year ago

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I think if it seems natural to say somet...

I think if it seems natural to say something then say it. If you start trying to say things that you normally wouldn't, it will be obvious and sound really phony.

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Albedo

Albedoover a year ago

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In general I am not a fan, but that said...

In general I am not a fan, but that said I have no problem being called "sexy"

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Thinkr148

Thinkr148over a year ago

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I gotta laugh at this question, only bec...

I gotta laugh at this question, only because this used to be a recurring issue in my last relationship. My ex-girlfriend used to called me names like "baby", "sweetie", "babe", and I always used to think it was cheesy so I never used them in return, which used to make her mad lol.

Maybe it's just me, but I think the whole terms of endearment thing is a mostly a female thing. I think a lot of guys aren't really comfortable saying those kinds of things.

Good question though, curious to see what others have to say on this one.

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