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Is there a term of endearment that you hate?


I loathe being called "doll," or "queen." Does anything make you cringe?

 

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    innerspin 4 years ago

    Like it! Thanks for joining in.

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    innerspin 4 years ago

    Thank you, that's sweet!

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    innerspin 4 years ago

    Oh dear, that's quite a list, cutie pie!


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    Renee' D. Campbell (ReneeDC1979) 4 years ago

    what if your honey bunny called you baby that's okay right-but coming from anyone else i think it's rude.

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    Billie Kelpin 4 years ago

    ReneeDC, I HATE that as well. And now that I'm older, iiii yiii yiii! I'm "Sweetie" to everyone from clerk at the grocery store to the hairdresser cutting my hair. My friends don't mind, but I find it demeaning and I wish they'd stop!


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    innerspin 4 years ago

    I've not heard that one, now hope I never do! Thanks for replying.

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    ketage 4 years ago

    Love this comment, I have never called anyone pumpkin. And now I will.

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    innerspin 4 years ago

    I think that must be an American term, never heard it used . You should come and live in the UK.