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what's your favorite "endearment " word?
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Posted on Thu, Apr 19, 2007 11:17

i'm from texas and to be called baby can be an everyday occurance here and it's no sign of disrespect either. but my favorite endearment is being called sugar. it just make me feel so warm and mushy inside.



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Posted on Sun, Apr 29, 2007 00:15

well I have several when they come from someone special to you they sound so nice!!! But being called someones sweetheart is the best one of all. I also like when they call me beautiful, babygurl,babydoll,or I had one boyfriend call me his "lil sweet thang". Used to make me smile cause I ain't lil.



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Posted on Fri, Apr 13, 2007 22:20

It's "baby" for me. Not sure why, but I just love it! :-)



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Posted on Sun, Apr 08, 2007 20:42

I like gorgeous, baby or honey. Actually anything affectionate coming from the right person.



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Posted on Sat, Jan 06, 2007 23:36

I my favorite "endearment" words would be "babydoll & darrlingggg (with a TX twang :))", however; I haven't heard those words in so long, since the guy I dated broke off the relationship with me. Oh well, I hope to hear those words again, soon I hope. Have a great weekend. :)



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Posted on Tue, Dec 05, 2006 03:14

I never used to have a favourite one until the last bloke I went out with used to call me "Babe" every so often. He had an incredibly sexy voice and it just made my knees go weak and wobbly!....I miss him.



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Posted on Mon, Dec 04, 2006 10:36

I think someone has to earn the right to use a term of endearment - can't bear it when someone starts with the "hun", "babe" or whatever when they don't even know you.

Once they've earned it I don't have a particicular favourite - I guess what sounds right from one might not sound so good from another!



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Posted on Sun, Dec 03, 2006 17:26

I had one man call me a couple of endearments, babygirl and sugarbaby, both would just make me melt.



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