do guys prefer to be called baby, babe, sweetie... what? any ideas?
Most Helpful Guy
i'd like to be called everything you can think of depending on your mood and if you're trying to be funny or cute or provocative or whatever, keeps it interesting and funny at times ^^ Just mix it up haha. See what he likes too by doing that.
Another really nice thing is to throw in a few regular ones that you call him often from the ones he likes more, and also throw in some personal ones that you made up that really pertain to him specifically because that's just really lovely like making a gift instead of buying something generic, or buying something really well chosen :)
Hope this helps.7
Most Helpful Girl
I like calling guys names that refer to a quality they have or something about them physically that I find very attractive.
I once called a guy Mr Unique because he had a mole in his eye that was very cute, he was a little conscious of his mole when I met him, I just looked into his eyes and said " you shouldn't be so conscious of it, it just makes you unique" he smiled a little shyly and kissed me. It just stuck from then on. I'd text him little messages like, "Hey Mr Unique, what are you wearing right now? x". He loved it and I guess because it was just between the two of us it made it more so special.
I myself haven't really had a pet name as such, a guy once told me I was a sexy bitch as I walked round the bedroom in my corset, frilly knickers and stockings whilst smoking a cigarette. I surprisingly quite liked it, so much so the cigarette went out pretty quick, lol!
Generally though I like it when my name gets shortened, that for me is a sign that the person talking to me is comfortable with me and considers me a friend - unless it's someone I don't like, shortening my name is a privilege people! ha ha x2
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It is a known fact that most guys can't help but like it when a girl shortens their name with a little "eee" sound at the end.. "Brentton = Brentie. Santiago = Santi. Steven = Stevie. And of course Damien = Damie. ;D Try it, I bet you won't get on anything but his good side.3
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I'm not a fan of generic pet names. They all sound ridiculous to me. I'd rather her make up a nickname for me that had some sort of story behind it, or an explanation that only she and I knew about.5
Personally I like babe or hunni or cutie... really anything as long as they don't use it like every 5 seconds...
but I hate being called baby, it makes my skin crawl lol2
It depends on the mood, my girl called me all types of names. I can remember:
- Honey (or hun).
- Stud. :)
- Sexy bum
- Silly bum. -.-
- Big Boy.
- Stud muffin.
- Big beast.
- One and only.
- Love bird.
- My man.
And my favorite: MY LOVE. There're plenty more stuff, but can't remember. :)2
My online name. I get called it whenever I play online games, and over the years I'm used to it.
Of course it's not done in a cute method. If I hear my online name being used by my Girlfriend I know I'm in a world of crap.
"Ashley did you wash the car like I asked you to do today? Ashley? Ashley? Azriel!"
"Huh what... *oh crap*"
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It only pisses me off if someone calls me "cute" names. I only accept it from a girlfriend, in which case she can call me whatever she wants. The more unique, the better.4
I like babe and baby. Sweetie and hun make me feel like a child or something, if that makes sense.. Don't like that.
A girl used to call me honey bun. That was pretty cute.
It all really depends on the girl and how she says it. The actual name doesn't really matter.0
I'd also have to go with bunny.0
anything that goes with "bum", don't know why but I really like that word :))0
I got called doctor and it was pretty sexy.0
i like to be called "giant johnson".0
anything if its from the right girl :)10
Superhero works for me :p
Babe & hun work just fine for me.0
My ex and I called each other M'Lord and M'lady... Quite liked it.3
Don't call me daddy, it creeps me out7
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my sexy piece of manmeat10
I like being called "as hole "and the only word in a female's vocabulary but all good because I smile when ever I females say anything to because otherwise I see the look disaprovement when female eyes gaze upon me. But never an as hole and when get called it usually by someone I seen for first time and never even spoken a ward in their presence. besides I like when call hi or "ascus me or sorry when get in my way.0
i like the basic, baby babe, with the occasional cute names thrown in there. but I loveee when I have a girl who will call me f*** face (jokingly of course) and just names like that, in the right context of course (i.e.. if I'm teasing her etc.)5
baby boy, big boy, silly boy, goofy(boy), dork, dorky dork, or combinations of those and the common cutie sweetie hunnie nicknames too1
If you're serious enough, my love is my favorite. It's a simple phrase that lets you express that you're all about them only.0
I like being called sweetie, honey, darling, baby, sweetheart and any variation thereof. I can't explain it but I absolutely love it.0
cutie or cute0
I'd like babe or honey
Something really cute and stupid like snugglemonkey or Cuddlypoo would be nice11
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I call my dude 'babe', 'cutie', 'darlin', 'sweet pea', 'handsome' and some others. He likes all of them lol. But it'll vary from guy to guy, obviously.2
I call mine babe, jessejammy (cause his name is Jesse and his initials spell jam lol), and sweetie and cutie. And sometimes baby. He loves them all lol0
Well, I call my boyfriend baby and babe the most. Every now and then I call him
sweetie, sweetheart, dear, honey, booger, my love, and some others...
Usually in letters I call him "My love" or "My William" :-D
I try to be cute...haha..BOOGER! ha. I am special? haha
Though, he calls me babe the most and baby when he is in a romantic mood...along with sweetie and sweetheart.
And, same for me...I call him babe the most and baby when I am extra loving that day. .
I know, I am weird :-P1
I don't have a boyfriend, but I call my very flirtatious guy friend "Casanova," which he seems to like. also, my parents call each other bear...0
I hate when a guy calls me babe. It just seems like something a slimy guy would say. Case in point, "Babe, wait, babe, no babe, wait babe, babe, babe, babe, BABE!"
(Hotrod lovers will appreciate this quote)2
ask him what he would like to be called. I called my ex teddyy3
:i want to call someone "My Baby Prince" ;-)3
Fuzzy man peach! lol kk so I don't call my boyfriend that except when I am being a total idiot lol0
I call him Lieutenant (Lt.) [because of his title at work], babe, baby, and by his name. I called him stud and handsome once or twice but it never stuck0
I hate mushy nicknames. Snugglebunny ? Honeybun? Peach pit? F***no.
What's even worse, is being called a princess. Hate.
On top of the list is being called by my name. Nothing sexier than hearing the guy you like using your name. Such a turn on.
I also like "babe". It's simple, it's hot. It actually looks normal in a conversation.0
I call my guy honey, baby, handsome.
And then there's the names he calls me: babe, sweetie, my love, my wife, sexy. We've never really called each other anything else0
I think you'd better called him his name?0
i called my boyfriend beast of baby and he called me bay ^.^0
most men don't care lol :P0
Baby makes me cringe. I don't know why.
I wouldn't call anybody baby or like to be called it.2
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Some of the guys I dated think its cuter if you can come up with a nickname that is special and not just the same one everybody uses like babe or baby1
I created a name for my guy. It was a combination of his last name and 'sexy'. He seemed to really love it.0
I call him Big d*** and he call me Tight p****. I Love it! XD0
I call him by his name, or babe, baby, love or lover0
i call my boyfriend Sweetie, love, lovie, babe (sometimes), and darling ha ha :)0
How about calling them by their names?4
I call mine boo but just ask him I guess lol every guy is different! :)0
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