What do you address your in-laws?

What do you call your in-laws in your culture? Especially interested in Americans/English/European.

P. S. Asian - in my place we call our in-laws mum/dad?

Updates:
1mo Thank you to everyone who replied 😀😀😀

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Most Helpful Guy

  • Schoonmoeder and schoonvader. I dont know how to explain it in English and im too lazy to look it up.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • I'm engaged. I've known my future in-laws since I was 14. I've addressed them as Mr and Mrs. [Lastname]. It's so deeply engrained in my mind that I might continue to do so after I've married their son. :p

    My dad still addresses my mom's parents as Mr and Mrs as well.

    I was just taught you address your elders in that way.

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    • 1mo

      That's so sweet bless your heart

    • 1mo

      @adamski24 oh his parents tease me about it. They say I can call them by their first names but it sounds so weird. Like, if I could call them by their first names they should have said so at the beginning and not 9 years later lol

      One does not simply change something like that so easily

    • 1mo

      no this is true.

      the mum of a girl I went to school with joined the shop where i do some volunteering it felt strange call her by her name and not Mrs *****

What Guys Said 4

  • i call them by their first names

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  • In Britain, I call my father-in-law by his name and my mother-in-law the devil.

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  • My late mom always called her In-laws by their first name
    but the one daughter in law called them mom and dad but
    she was the one who was favored and catered to.

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  • British: by name

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What Girls Said 3

  • I call my mother in law "mom" and my father in law by his name. My husband calls my parents by their names.

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  • In our family they go by ma, baba/ mom/dad

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  • my sis in law calls my parents mom and dad

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