The study findings were pooled and synthesised to come up with a list of dos and don'ts for online dating, from creating a profile to making an approach.They found that the screen name chosen for an online profile is important.Bitsy – A good nickname for a man of small stature. Captain Black – this is the name of a little cigar. Captain Cookie – a name for Dutch pirate; one who is magnetically attractive in a dark way. Charming – short of “Prince Charming”, handsome, prince. Fire Cracker – term for a weed sandwich; here, it is one who is exceptionally sexy, appetizing, dizzyingly attractive. Frozen fire – cute name to call a quiet but hot-tempered guy. Hunny – sweetheart, short for “honey”, love of my life. Jeet – from Hindi – victorious, one who conquered your heart.Part of the "language of love" that a couple builds is the cute nicknames or pet names the two create for each other.Big boy – a guy who knows what he’s doing, who you trust. Bossman – boyfriend who is bossy, but you like it that way. Bree – Irish for “massive disturbance”; meaning the guy who rocked your world. Bull – nickname for guys that are strong and aggresive. Butterscotch – cool nickname for a sweet African-American boy.Big Guy – nicknames for boys that are huge, tall and handsome. Bun Buns – Hot and sexy nickname for boys with tight buttocks. Buppy – an ambitious, handsome, black man who is on his way to fame. Captain – supreme, one who leads, handsome, stellar.I hope i can find it again with someone special who will give me their time, patience and experience to make me feel whole again - this girl has found Him!Most of us subs get called a pet name by their Dominants, which we all love to hear especially when used in a playful situation or when their Dominant is being extra loving to them.
These nicknames are referred to in English as “pet names,” and it is a more affectionate alternative to using a first name.
But i was wondering do any of you have a pet name for your Dominant?
Adorable – simply, lovely, sweet and straightforward name to call your boyfriend; add another descriptive word like, “hunk”.
Based on their names alone, you would instantly form very different impressions of the twosomes.and author of The One in a Million Baby Name Book." data-reactid="22"So it follows that names play a significant role in dateability.
“In a survey we did, 68 percent of people said that a name would affect whether or not they would date someone,” says Jennifer Moss, founder of and author of The One in a Million Baby Name Book.