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cutie pie
>>http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060714/ap_on_fe_st/911_love
Woman asks 911 to send 'cutie pie' deputy
ALOHA, - A woman who called 911 to get "the cutest cop I've seen" sent back to her home got a date all right — a court date.<<
Does this 'cutie pie' mean a good-looking boy? Is that term frequently used?
I have also found the following at Wikipedia:
>>On their official website, they claim to simultaneously deny and invite the terms, "Coy, cute, cutie-pie, hoochie-pie, coochie-woo, woochie-candy-poo."<<
Thank you.
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Yes, it means good-looking, I believe that かわいい is the equivalent term.

Not an often used expression. It's what I would call "cutesy", the kind of speech usually used when speaking to a pet, or a baby.
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Thank you, Vorpar, for the information.
I see you have a Japanese system installed in
your computer. ありがとう。