What traditional lover nick name do you dislike the most?

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What traditional lover nick name do you dislike the most?

Bethy Cassatt Bethy Cassatt
Do you hate any of those traditional nick names for your honey, sugar, tiger?
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Hon, or Honey
9
Pookie
16
Baby
11
Daddy
23
Sug, or Sugar
14
Boo
18
Tiger
11
Momma
24
Other
6
I love traditional nicknames/I love calling my lover these names!
Total votes: 132 (42 voters)
Poll is closed
12/12/2012
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Ryuson Ryuson
Baby and Honey both are weird. I under stand 'mommy' and 'daddy' if you have a kid, like 'daddy, go put the kid to bed!'

Baby is strange because I'm not a child, I'm your girlfriend! Honey just sounds strange to me.
12/12/2012
Ansley Ansley
I don't mind being called just about anything by anyone, but if my husband ever called me "boo" or "Momma" I think I'd have to slit one of our throats.

"Boo" really grates my last nerve, no matter who it's coming from. MAINLY because I am a long-time fan of To Kill a Mockingbird and "Boo" was not in any way shape or form a nice thing to call someone.
12/12/2012
Voir Voir
All of them B| I dislike nicknames and pet names of that nature.
12/12/2012
ARPKasso ARPKasso
Daddy the most, it just seems really strange to me.
12/12/2012
Ex-prude Ex-prude
I live in the South and a lot of people seem to think it's okay to call strangers some of these names. I hate it.
12/12/2012
WhoopieDoo WhoopieDoo
Really don't like momma.
12/12/2012
novanilla novanilla
Boo is so annoying.
12/12/2012
MrsHouseWife MrsHouseWife
My sister in law and her husband call each other "my love" and my husband hates it, so to get on his nerves I will call him that.
12/12/2012
Septimus Septimus
I've never understood the desire to call your SO "Daddy". That's what I call my father, and I really don't want to get the two mixed up!

In the spirit of full disclosure, I call my SO Puppy.
12/12/2012
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
I'm fine with all the honeys, sweeties, and babies in the world, just keep Momma and Daddy out of the bedroom and stop using Boo all together please...
12/12/2012
lainebug lainebug
Quote:
Originally posted by Bethy Cassatt
Do you hate any of those traditional nick names for your honey, sugar, tiger?
momma is just wierd
12/12/2012
Freyja9 Freyja9
Quote:
Originally posted by Bethy Cassatt
Do you hate any of those traditional nick names for your honey, sugar, tiger?
I'd be ok with every name on that list except Pookie
12/12/2012
mistressg mistressg
Daddy, Momma, Mami, Papi, etc. just makes me personally uncomfortable. I know there are a few reasons that people do it, which is fine, and if they enjoy that, that's fine, but it's not for me. I wouldn't want my partner calling me any of those things, and I wouldn't feel right doing that with them. For me, to be honest, I can get uneasy hearing it done, it's just an big uncomfortable turn off for me. Though, again, I get why some people do it, and any reasons I've heard for why it's done I can understand the thought behind.
12/12/2012
mistressg mistressg
Quote:
Originally posted by mistressg
Daddy, Momma, Mami, Papi, etc. just makes me personally uncomfortable. I know there are a few reasons that people do it, which is fine, and if they enjoy that, that's fine, but it's not for me. I wouldn't want my partner calling me any of ...
And for those of you who don't see the reasoning behind those names at all, there can be many depending on the relationship. It could be related to respect, protection or protectiveness, or in a more BDSM way of things, dominance - these are just a few off the top of my head that I've heard explained. It doesn't have to have anything to do with incest. And it doesn't necessarily have to be part of a D/s relationship, it is used in others as well.
12/12/2012
Kdlips Kdlips
hun
12/12/2012
wwwww wwwww
Daddy or baby.
12/12/2012
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
Boo, daddy, and momma. My partner's mom calls him Pookie so that's something I'd never use when talking to him.
12/13/2012
Eugler Eugler
There are honestyl couples who call themselves Daddy? Or Momma? Horrible

I experienced that women tend to give their husbands very cute nicknames who embarass them when with their friends. Like Bubu or Sweetie or Rabbit (in my native language).

Like Charlie Brown said: "DON'T CALL ME SWEETHEART!"
12/13/2012
skeeterlynn skeeterlynn
Really, I dislike like all but Hun.
12/13/2012
Supervixen Supervixen
I don't like "pookie," because that is way too cutesy in my opinion--I wouldn't even call a baby or a puppy something like that. "Boo" is soooo obnoxious to me; not to knock anyone else's beloved terms of endearment, but I had a boyfriend who called me that once, and I cringed, and told him on the spot to never, ever refer to me that way again. "Daddy" is another one that I don't like, because an ex ruined that for me. The other ones don't bother me all that much, but "baby" should be used sparingly, in my opinion.
12/13/2012
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by Bethy Cassatt
Do you hate any of those traditional nick names for your honey, sugar, tiger?
First of all, my dog's name is Pookie! Lol.

I call him "honey" sometimes. He calls me "doll face," "Mrs. B," and omg! "Booger" WTF?! I don't know how that one came about, but I'm hoping it will wear off one of these days. LOL.

I called him "luffin" once when we first got together, and will call him that sometimes still. Luffin is "love-muffin" made into one!
12/13/2012
minstrel69 minstrel69
My wife calls me "Baby" which is fine with me but I myself don't use nicknames. Just doesn't do anything for me really.
12/13/2012
GONE! GONE!
Uggggh I hate "boo." It doesn't sound romantic to me at all.
12/13/2012
Bethy Cassatt Bethy Cassatt
Quote:
Originally posted by Septimus
I've never understood the desire to call your SO "Daddy". That's what I call my father, and I really don't want to get the two mixed up!

In the spirit of full disclosure, I call my SO Puppy.
Cute! I call my SO Bear. He's big and hairy, and he just isn't a honey or a sugar. He's a big, grumpy bear, but he's my grumpy bear, hahaha.
12/13/2012
chicmichiw chicmichiw
I'm down with SOME traditional nicknames, but the best are unique ones, of course
12/13/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
A couple of my gay guy friends call each other "boo", so I associate that nickname with them. (It was the first time I ever heard of that term of endearment.) Cute for them, but I wouldn't care for it.

"Baby" is something that I associate with teenagers because of Mulder - he'd say it in Butthead's voice. (Back in school, another friend and he were known as Beavis and Butthead.) So that would be the one I hate out of the list. (And probably "mama", too.)

Frankly, I'm not really much for using cute nicknames with an SO. C hasn't used one with me, either. We're okay with it.
12/13/2012
hisbaby hisbaby
My SO calls me "Doll" or "Dollface" and i call him "Birdy". He calls me that cause he thinks im sweet and cutd and i call him that because a bird in the hand is worth another, in the, well you get the idea... when we're feeling less imaginative but still loving, we call each other "baby"
12/13/2012
Lavendar Lavendar
Baby
12/13/2012
Total posts: 29
Unique posters: 27