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    I call him amor which is "love" and he calls me the same although he now prefers to call me Chola which was my grandmother's name. She used to love her food and would cry when she was hungry because it made her emotional. I used to laugh at her and it started happening to me a few years back! Anywho, DH found this out and about my grandmother through my mother and he now calls me Chola when I eat or when I get hungry!

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    I call my dh babe!

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    Usually by his first name, his pet name is stupid face and that is meant with love.

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    Willy, daddy, honey, big fat head.

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    I call him by his name to his face and d*ckface in my head when he annoys me

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    wifey, wench, fatguts, babe mostly.

    i call him babe or his name, honey if im being patronising. he has a nickname but only men can use it.

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    I call him Davey, or Beloved, which is what David means. He calls me Pixie, very rarely my proper name.

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    DP and I never call another by name.. It just doesn't feel right lol. I call her babe, honey, sweetie or when I am taking to DS about her, Mum.

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