Anonymous: when you refer to your loved one, is it honey or hunny?
It's honey. Or you might say sweetie-pie.
Best wishes, Clive
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Strictly speaking, it's 'honey', but hunny is also used colloquially.
TidusStrictly speaking, it's 'honey', but hunny is also used colloquially. I've never seen it, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
1 commentJust to make him laugh (because it's so cutesy-pie you could throw up) I sometimes write "Hunny-Bunny" on cards to my husband. And then, to embarrass the kids, I'll call him things like "snookums-wookums" or "schmootzy-wootzy" which are just terrible - but it has the desired effect on my children who run screaming from the room yelling "Gross!"
This whole thread is TMI.