Terms of endearment what you use

I’m always calling people chicken or sausage for some reason
Wbu

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Tiger

Also we can talk about which ones are problematic if you’d like.

For some reason we both like to call each other something which sounds like “i-nuh” with a rising inflection.

Don’t know where or how it started, but it just sounds cute.

Nutty

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Big fan of “fish” at the minute

Also use hen and ‘me duck’ quite a lot

Fellow human

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Call my cats chicken a lot

I like terms of endearment, don’t use them much (except for animals when they overflow, will tell a cat I’ve just met I love u) but like to hear them. Actually I use somali ones for my mum. Basically my mother and any cat

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‘Pal’ and ‘friend’ mostly

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All dog cat bunny horse etc is “buddy”

dont think I have ever used a term of endearment

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Call the kids “Pootle”.

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“Thane Of Gondor” is always a good one

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Different terms of endearment for different people.

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Cutie, queen, prince, king, mate, babe (only to one friend, we call each other babe or bebbeh based on an in joke from 12 years ago)

My terms of endearment for my last 2 bfs were Bellface and Bundy

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Babe, mate, fella, chief, qween, love, dude, man, woman , woman man (has to be done in a Geordie accent), dickhead

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I call my tortoise “sausage face”.

She doesn’t seem to mind.

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I used to call my youngest “Bob” which she was always perfectly happy about (can’t remember how it started, maybe it was a blackadder thing?)

Anyway one day I was picking her up from her classroom after Year 5 sportsday and I called “BOB!” across the class to get her attention and her whole class laughed at her and I never heard the end of it and I am now forever banned from calling her Bob.

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