Don't call me.....

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  • mmedjjon
    mmedjjon Posts: 511
    i dont know if this counts but i pretty much call any guy i run into " brother"
  • Collier78
    Collier78 Posts: 811 Member
    Dear...don't call me dear...

    I dated a guy that called me this and I thought it was sweet...until I found out it was because he was "dating" so many women this is how he kept from calling them the wrong name...
  • Fullsterkur_woman
    Fullsterkur_woman Posts: 2,712 Member
    I have never been called anything other than my name so I have a fascination with pet names and terms of endearment. I melt a little every time someone calls me one.
    Aww, poor sweetie!:wink:
  • Jerrypeoples
    Jerrypeoples Posts: 1,541 Member
    ...two pump chump....

    daughter....
  • BossLadyDSimp
    BossLadyDSimp Posts: 257 Member
    1. Lil Mama
    2. Bae
    3. Cute (im sexy damnit)
    4. Shawty
    5. Baby girl (GAG)

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  • mikeschratz
    mikeschratz Posts: 253 Member
    No matter how happy I am, I will still dislike the term 'baby'. I'm not a baby, I'm not your baby, so don't call me that.

    I really dislike Ma'am unless it's said with an American accent (by an Aussie it just sounds condescending).

    For the trolls in this thread, bugger off.

    It's funny you threw in the exception of it being said with an American Accent. If you're ever in the southeastern US, you'll be called ma'am. And I assure you, no matter the age of the person saying it, it's almost never meant as condescending. I respond with "yes ma'am" to most women at least occasionally, regardless of age. I even call employees whom I supervise ma'am, even when they are 15 years younger than me. Had one tonight, that was only 22, ask me a question about how to do her job and my response was , "yes ma'am, that's exactly how you need to do it." She laughed and told me that where's she's from in NY, you didn't get called ma'am unless you were over 50 and even then it wasn't all the time.

    Here in Savannah, Georgia, if I don't say Ma'am and Sir, I'd be looking behind me for my Daddy to smack me in the back of the head. It is alright if the person asks you to call them by their first name. But here in the south, we would call them Mr. Jimmy or Miss Joanne.... never by their last name! That is considered so rude here in the south!
  • Number_44
    Number_44 Posts: 97 Member
    I also say yes/no ma'am to all women regardless of age.

    It is kind of fun watching the mid-to-late 30s crowd flinch a little from it. :laugh:

    I am 37 and I don't mind ma'am at all. I didn't even mind it in my 20s.

    I have noticed a lot of service people only use ma'am with women who present themselves nicely. I don't mean dressed up or necessarily professional but "proper" in a way. Women even at my age who are really slovenly, trashy, etc, just don't get ma'am as much in my observation - so to me it's not an insult.

    It is just a matter of habit with me, an automatic response. All guys get "sir" as well during a casual encounter. It is just a matter of politeness.

    And how does one go about obtaining a causal encounter with one such as yourself?

    You can call me sir.....or daddy......whatever you like.
  • Mr_Excitement
    Mr_Excitement Posts: 833 Member
    I call everybody "baby", baby. It's how a roll.

    Baby.
  • vtmoon
    vtmoon Posts: 3,436 Member
    Hey Baby!
  • QuietBloom
    QuietBloom Posts: 5,413 Member
    Once you hit your 40s they will stop. I say break up and teach them a lesson for trying to be lovey dovey!

    My husband is 55 and calls me still calls me baby. :smooched:
  • I personally love it. There are a LOT worse names you could be called.
  • Cali_Chica
    Cali_Chica Posts: 895 Member
    It's sweet! Enjoy it!
  • NostalgicMuse
    NostalgicMuse Posts: 340 Member
    "Ma'am" is especially acceptable if there is a drawl to go with it.
  • QuietBloom
    QuietBloom Posts: 5,413 Member
    too fat to be a stripper.












    I'm sorry, I'm sorry. The threads were right next to each other and I have no self control.
  • SpeSHul_SnoflEHk
    SpeSHul_SnoflEHk Posts: 6,256 Member
    I also say yes/no ma'am to all women regardless of age.

    It is kind of fun watching the mid-to-late 30s crowd flinch a little from it. :laugh:

    Yes! I call all of my staff either Sir or Maam.

    Just how big is your "staff"? :bigsmile:

    You can come visit, and I will show you.
  • DamePiglet
    DamePiglet Posts: 3,730 Member
    too fat to be a stripper.












    I'm sorry, I'm sorry. The threads were right next to each other and I have no self control.


    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • BlueBombers
    BlueBombers Posts: 4,065 Member
    Bump
  • Jerrypeoples
    Jerrypeoples Posts: 1,541 Member
    ms jackson if youre nasty
  • Dear drives me crazy.
  • ryry_
    ryry_ Posts: 4,966 Member
    I call people petal all the time! I hate being called bab tho, which is quite common where i come from. Especially by men young enough to be my son!

    Whoa...This one could be tricky. Just make sure you are enunciating very clearly or this could go bad quick!