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Don't use honey or sweetheart with friends.
However, sometimes a "darlin' " sneaks in as a term of affection for a coworker with whom I have a friendship, but NEVER for one of the other sex. As in "There you go, darlin' " when I give her something that I worked on for her. I also have a few friends that I refer to as "Sugarplum" but it's just a joke.
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