Has someone does this thread already?

Which of these terms of endearment do you use?

  • Mate
  • Pal
  • Geezer
  • Gee
  • Duke
  • Chief
  • Buster
  • Uncle
  • Treacle
  • Princess
  • Hero
  • Love
  • Darling
  • Sweetheart
  • Babe
  • Fella
  • Character
  • Pet
  • Petal
  • Gizmo
  • Buddy
  • Dude
  • Guapo/Guapa
  • Bruv
  • Soldier

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Do you use them with everyone, specific people, strangers etc?

Let’s talk about it this fascinating topic and, frankly, the more polls the better.

HAHAHAHAHAH

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No idea what you’re referring to.

at ease solider

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Duck

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Is this thread going well so far

  • Yes
  • Ma0sm’s laugh

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People who get annoyed by being called “mate” because “you’re not my mate”

  • The worst kind of people
  • There are people worse than these people but not many

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Also use ‘man’ a lot

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I’m not sure why but ‘alright pal, are you well’ has become my stock greeting now and I’m not sure I’m keen on it but I seem to say it by default.

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Shit, I knew I’d forget something. In addition to how to get a poll right initially.

People who respond to that “you’re not my mate” stuff with that tired South Park Terrance & Philip shit.

  • oh god hilarious
  • I am familiar with the scene, but popular culture has sapped it of any humour it may have once had
  • was never funny
  • uwotm8?

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What’s with the thread title, guapo?

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It’s a strong title tbf.

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Always feel ‘Pal’ has something of the passive aggressive about it when written down.

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I use “big stuff” regardless of the size of the individual concerned.

Boss

  • Used exclusively in kebab shops
  • Other

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Ticked all the ones I use whether it be ironic or not

“boss man”

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mostly alternate between mate, pal, and bud. feel like I need to introduce a fourth option to the rotation though so might start calling people skipper, see how that goes