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s not their love, sweetheart, babe, or doll. I know it's "common" here in the south but it irks me. I feel like the person is both patronizing whoever they're speaking to AND disrespecting their significant other. gtfo
I feel the same way about, "How's it going there, guy?!" in a cheery/patronizing used car salesman tone. F you, I'm not your guy, buddy!
Whenever someone calls me sweetie or babe i just pretend they want to sex me up and it makes me feel better about myself.
[17:18] damnredtower: youre a smooth little white
Gammah - TtiuwojailtimeOriginally Posted by Robin T Fine
see I dont have a problem with this, I call my friends hunni or babe and sweetiepie...but those are my close friends not random assholes on the street...I'm from up north so its not just a southern thing by any means.
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It doesn't bother me unless someone's actually TRYING to be condescending when they say it. I never refer to my kids by name unless they're in trouble. Otherwise they're "sweetie," "angel," and various other goofy terms of endearment I'd be too embarrassed to post on ddm. haha
That being said, I very rarely use those terms with adults.
I used "carino" for a long time... but stopped when I was 14.
I'm w/tragicallyunhip on this. You can tell when someone is being condescending with it. I know if I forget someone's name I'll call them one of the above. It doesn't matter, it's not like we're doing anything that require knowing their real name any way.
I used to date this HOOOOT English chick and she called me love before we started dating. I think love is a British thing but men usually use it for women. I liked it. Gave me a boner.
i love when people call me all of those...