is something that most guys would mind? if their girlfriend called them dear when she was texting them? because I say that to my boyfriend. for...
is something that most guys would mind? if their girlfriend called them dear when she was texting them? because I say that to my boyfriend. for example, if I were saying goodnight to him I would say, "goodnight dear, I love you". is that something that guys like being called? I'm only asking because my ex boyfriend hated it when I called him "hun" or "honey" when I texted him, he said it sounded to girlie for me to call him that..
I like to use terms of endearment for guys that I date, but I make them seem less serious. Of course things like babe/baby are nice, but I may say "deary" instead of dear, or "m'dear" instead of my dear.
Its still cute, its my personality to say it, so it doesn't seem weird to say it.
Haha, my boyfriend and I have always thought pet names are cheesy, so we jokingly started calling each other "sugarbutt" (him) and "honeyt*ts" (me). But then it ended up being shortened to "sugar" and "honey" and now we actually like it. XD It's corny, but I can't help it. Anyway, I don't think many guys would complain.