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Yeah I've always wondered how the generic term "Baby" came to be applied to both men and women in love, but they are two different definitions for the one word.

So you don't like then the nickname Baby because its main meaning is a baby? Daddy I don't like, but Papacito yeah is fine, (and yeah I know they are translated to mean the same thing but still, Papacito sounds erotic to me and Daddy is what I used to call my Dad long time ago, and yeah is nothing sexual about it.) I was never much into the pet names thing until my last ex.

What do you like to be called, personally (if I may be so nosy)? He would always call me "babe" so I eventually started referring to him as "babe" as well.

And this is the reason they don’t do the things listed here anymore.

There is no middle ground—you know the man who puts in the effort and work to get the woman.

, but I'm not sure how many guys like being called "Baby", though they don't seem to mind it seems? Sweetie and Sweetheart is also not acceptable nicknames for guys right, cause they are considered in our culture to be more feminine traits? I don't really like Dear because there's so many "yes dear" jokes and it just seems to have taken on a more sarcastic meaning or something.

"Baby" is what strippers and hoes call their tricks...therefore I would prefer that it not be a pet name for me. I think your safest bet is some variation of the word "sexy." We all like to feel like we are hot or sexy. For example, I like it when my girl calls me "maestro" but I know that is something not all guys would like.

Of the pet names my gf uses for me, I really like "maestro" and "big sexy." However, I hate it (and she knows I hate it) when she uses some variant of the word "cutie" towards me. Nothing more musical to my ears that a female voice telling me "oh baby, I'm gonna cum". I would also stay away from sweetie and sweetheart, too.

Lol, I have been told by male friends not to call them cute, cause I have been guilty of that, but apparently it's "girlie" or something? Oh baby, baby Oh baby, baby Oh baby, baby How was I supposed to know That something wasn't right here Oh baby baby I shouldn't have let you go And now you're out of sight, yeah Show me, how you want it to be Tell me baby 'Cause I need to know now what we've go LMAO WTF... If you really want to turn him on, you could call him "daddy" but you might not be down with that. That was my personal nickname for my exfiance, but I don't think I can call another man that, because it was special only to him.

Sweetie and Sweetheart is also not acceptable nicknames for guys right, cause they are considered in our culture to be more feminine traits? I don't really like Dear because there's so many "yes dear" jokes and it just seems to have taken on a more sarcastic meaning or something. I may enjoy being called baby if I were into infantilism or something, but usually I cringe and want to slap the frig out of guys that get called baby by hot woman...errrr. Baby was my personal nickname for my exhusband, and I don't really want to call any other guy that.

Lol I like this song that goes like "baby baby baby ooooohh baby baby baby nooooo" I forget who sings it but he's a popular young singer, but does baby have a more feminine tone to it or it is more unisex? Yamanbt, I really like maestro to call a guy, or sexy yeah.

I’m talking about a man extending this nonsense onto the woman and trying to pass it off as compliments.