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    New In Town daniaingeal's Avatar
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    Sweet nicknames for your fella and you?




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    What are some sweet vintage-esque nicknames you call your fella? And what does he call you?

    I like doll it's very sweet, and reminds me of the 30's/40's
    -Danielle N.

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    According to the researchers and producers of the film "The Queen", Prince Philip's pet-name for Her Majesty is "Cabbage". They thought it was such a fascinating intimate detail, they included it in the final movie. There's a scene where the prince and queen are going to bed, and the prince says: "Move over, Cabbage".

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    He calls me kiddo, which for what ever reason seems vintage to me, and I call him handsome, of fly boy

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    I call my man "Love," and he calls me "Darlin."
    "Life is short, but wide."

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    A mutual 'Darling' or 'Darr' for us
    With vintage love, Fifties Darling

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    from movies, my bf and I like William Powell as Nick Charles calling Myrna Loy as Nora Charles "Sugar" pronounced with emphasis, as "Shug-ah" - so sometimes my "Sweetheart" Tom calls me that. Otherwise its "Baby", or "Momma" (I have two teens).

    When we were early in our dating, I would often address him as "Darling" or "Darlin'" on emails I sent to him.
    "Baby, you've arrived."

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    I've been calling my fiance "hun" while he calls me "babe". Short & simple.

    Recently though my 12 yr old informed us that she finds our nicknames "annoying & too sappy". So we've taken to calling each other things like "honey sugar-kins", "Lovey doodle bug", "scrummy bum" and every other irritating, overly obnoxious, cutesy nick name that we can think of at the moment. That'll teach her to complain, LOL!

    Chole

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    A sense of the fundamental decencies is parcelled out unequally at birth. - Fitzgerald

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    I am The Tummy, and he is The Leech.
    Long story. :-p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs.Williams View Post
    I am The Tummy, and he is The Leech.
    Long story. :-p
    I am conjuring up all kinds of scenarios

    Babe & Darlin' aren't very exciting, but gets the point across! Gets a bit more interesting the longer the relationship is, I guess.

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