And why exactly is it hun=she who is so forgetful and not he?Are you saying that she is hundgomul=old as a dog or something and he is young as a spring chicken= vor kjuklingur and therefore does not have the early onset of dementia?
lol i call the men in my family hun:-P
i am stealing this picture : P no offends lol
Barbie, I don't think it was meant that way. I know in my household, my husband (who uses "sweetie" instead of "hun") will say "Sweetie, where is XYZ?" or "Do you remember where I left XYZ?" So I think it was more along those lines than something offensive to women.
Dude, where's my camel?Where's your camel, dude?DUDE, where's my camel?Where's your camel, dude?Wait a second, let's recap. Last night, we lost my camel, we accepted stolen money from a transsexual stripper, and now some space nerds want us to find something we can't pronounce. I hate to say it, Chester, but maybe we need to cut back on the shibbying.
I call all the men in my family hun, sweetie, cutie pie and any other cutsie term that pops in to my head as I am talking to them. Sometimes it works and sometimes its ugly but I wont stop calling them whatever pet name I want ;). For the most part they have given up trying to change me so alhamdulillah.oh, and my hubs is the forgetful one in our relationship, thank GOD our car has the panic button so he can find his car in the mall.
He would be,he's after all Pinkey in the relationship.How does he fare by the way by being he?Actually I have found it quite useful to be forgetful and I just KNOW my future hubby will love-love-love it.I can't wait to tell him,I just wished he hurried up to find me.
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