Do you have a nickname for your lover?

@megumiart (3781)
United States
December 3, 2007 1:39am CST
I'm currently not in a relationship, but I used to call my exboyfriend dear, hunny and darling. Pretty cliches names...I know, lol. What about you?
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@Sissygrl (10915)
• Canada
21 Dec 07
I called him Sh1Thead this morning, does that count ? lol
@Sushicook (691)
• Sweden
21 Dec 07
I usually call my boyfriend boo, laven, love or babes. We got a couple of other cute nicknames, but those are the ones I use the most.
@nengs10 (3188)
• Philippines
21 Dec 07
I call him Daddy that is very sweet word for me and he also call me mommy,but sometimes I call him sweetheart If I have something to demand,nickname for someone is Important of a relatonship it give more sweetness and more love.
16 Dec 07
i do really have nickname for my bf,but nothing especial, just darling.
@hanreq (1445)
• Philippines
16 Dec 07
...i called my gf is baby ko in english,my baby....she is younger than me,she also called me a baby.....:)
• United States
16 Dec 07
I tend to call my man bay, baby, or sexy...it just depends on my mood I guess. lol!! Just know that you're not alone in the clicheness of the world!! Smile!!!
• United States
7 Dec 07
if he is good it's baby if he makes me mad and is bad it's @ss hole
@pinay81 (1538)
• Philippines
5 Dec 07
i always call my husband hunny and baby even before we are just bf/gf i call him hunny and pards(buddy,friend):-)
@TravisE (445)
• United States
5 Dec 07
Kitten, Worry-Pumpkin, Little Pickle, Wife, Girlfriend and Ducklette. There is one other name I call her, but that's the super secret name, and no one get to know it but us.
• Philippines
5 Dec 07
Nothing fancy just baby or hubby
• Nigeria
4 Dec 07
I don't have one but I just call her darling anytime, sweetheart when I am happy, and baby when I'm having a really bad mood. What do you think.
@secretbear (19464)
• Philippines
4 Dec 07
oddly enough, I didn't give any pet names to my ex-bfs. ^__^;; I guess I wasn't that sweet or romantic or mushy or whatever. LOL my last ex-bf though had a nickname by "kitoy" and I registered that name in my mobile phone even if I don't call him by that way. he, in turn, tried to call me "pangga" or "ga" which means love but I was strongly against it because it seemed too corny so he stopped. LOL I had a bf though in text only who I called "lovesky". ^__^
@nyumix (1661)
• Belgium
4 Dec 07
Yes, I do have nickname for my husband. I call him dear, or popey, but nowadays, I often call him Papa,since the children also call him like that.
• United States
4 Dec 07
Yup. Ours are pretty cliche, too. Baby, babe, hun, love, sweetie...but sometimes we get bored and they turn into butthead, as*face, etc. LOL He likes to call me BaconBreath...but that's only when I eat bacon bits and then blow at him. I'm mean. And weird. LOL
@subha12 (18453)
• India
4 Dec 07
i am not into relationship. but some time ago, someone proposed me. But i declined. He used to call me sweeto.
@sang2k2 (1834)
• India
4 Dec 07
yeh many nick names depending on my mood i call my partner with different names and i treat my partner like a kiddo and always love to pamper him alot. i always call him "babby",shonee,babu,sweeta,bacha etc. he just loves to be pampered (who wouldnt)
@nkhanna (925)
• India
4 Dec 07
i guess everyone calls their lover or beloved with a nock name.and i am sure all those nick names are very sweet.i too have an nick name for my partner which is means very sweet in my language and my partner calls me by a name which means near to my heart in my language.Sorry cant disclose that.however i also call honey and love,darling sweetheart,etc.as well.
@ericajoyce (1748)
• Philippines
4 Dec 07
I used to call my ex-boyfriend honey.
@noriko (1254)
3 Dec 07
i call my hubby omamori that means lucky charm, but now we have a son i call him daddy so my son will imitate and call him daddy too.
3 Dec 07
I think it's an Italian thing, but I used to call my ex 'amore' - it means 'love' in Italian, but it's sort of a term of endearment, too. Sorry, I guess it doesn't really make much sense in English!