Cute cocktail sausage on the end of a cocktail stick? Or great big coil of boerwors?
I think we need to investigate this phenomenon further.
( I do it too. Both children. "Hello sausages". Help!)
we all call each other 'pet names' in this household. it ranges from 'cnut' (when there are no kids about) to 'darling'.
Best to call everyone `darling` then you don`t have to remember names .. probably a bit confusing for your mates but it can get you out of trouble sometimes .. know what I mean darling ?
Congratulations. Second in a search for that would be a source of pride for anyone.
I went through a phrase of using 'dear'. She hated it. I couldn't stop myself. I still don't know where it came from.
Most guys that I know who use terme of endearment to their wives are having affairs .. just a thought
Call all men `mate` and all women `love` you can`t go wrong then. We must have the same friends Jack. Calling your wife `darling` is a sure sign your having an affair.
Hello everyone. Well this is an education for me, mates.
Zed, hello love.
qB: hello sausage.
Old lady who owns the corner shop calls everybody "me duck" .. bit funny round here
Where's that then?
Over here in Japan there seems to be a plethora of nicknames that spouses use with each other - however after a certain age the standard husband-to-wife name seems to be 'oi, get me a beer'. Enlightened society here, sometimes...
I get a lot of mileage out of 1966 in my Munich neck of the woods. Just smugly say the referee is always right. Happens every week.
I usually get called Bacherl or Säckerl, which are words which sound like they are supposed to me.
I meant "mean". Two fingered typing...