It’s like THUNDAH! *boom* LIGHTENING! *crack* Actually, there’s just a lot of that outside right now so that song is in my head. What song is that, anyway? Off to look it up!!
Darling –noun 1. a person very dear to another; one dearly loved. 2. an affectionate or familiar term of address. 3. a person or thing in great favor; a favorite: She was the darling of café society. –adjective 4. very dear; dearly loved: my darling child. 5. favorite; cherished. 6. Informal . charming; cute; lovable:… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: Darling
Before we critique or praise, let us research. From whence did this word arise? According to Eric Partridge, “A Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English,” “duck” was used as a colloquial endearment from about 1590, and “ducky,” as an adjective expressing admiration, derived from that noun and has been used since about 1830. [Source] Who… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: Ducky
Whoa, one of these posts! Haven’t seen one in a while, have yuh? I just found this in the 20+ drafts I have saved and decided to finish it for posting. Huzzah! Allow me to express me feelings on this epithet “babe” with a comment in like manner: Me no likey. Babe is a pig.… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: Babe
Ooo, a distinctly guy-to-girl one! Haven’t done one of those in a while… if ever. Every woman wants to be treated as a lady. Or they/we should at least, because that’s what we were made for. To be ladies. I think it’s great when guys pick up on that and use the word confidently. If… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: Lady
Special Circumstances There are some words and phrases that you wouldn’t consider terms of endearment unless said in a very low voice of rich dulcet tones or spoken softly across a candlelit dinner with violins serenading in the background. Here are some of those, for your enjoyment. 1. Princess. When the woman in question is… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: Special Circumstances
Guess where I found this word? Lord of the Rings fan fiction. I have no remorse. In fact, I’m quite proud of my findings. I give this word many points for originality and lack of common use. I like to mention the old fashioned feel to words, and this one takes the javelin for being… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: Sweetling