Sweetheart is perfect to show that she is no ordinary girlfriend, but the sweetest and best of all.
Baby Doll is used very often and by many boyfriends, when they are trying to convince or cajole their girlfriend.
The thinking behind it is, we’ll be a lot less bummed if, say, “Cute DJ” doesn’t pan out than if “Nick” leaves us high and dry and, you know, stands us up. A big part of why I tend to nickname the guys I like is because they always seem to have the same names (most often Dave, Mike or Dan), so it’s just easier for my friends to keep track without confusing a promising new prospect with a shady, douchey ex.
(His nickname is now “Douchebag.”) Think of it this way: I really, really love chicken nuggets. Other times you may be around mutual pals of your crush or your boyfriend and don’t want them knowing who you’re talking about.
Remember to copy and save your lists of cool nicknames before you leave.
You can combine these coloring adjectives with animal names, pet names or words that otherwise send human signals to create a funny, cute or cool nickname.
But if I had a pet chicken with a name, I wouldn’t want to eat it, because I mean, it has a , and that would be messed up. And other times it’s just more fun to be like, “That Adorable Australian Streaker” than, well, “Tim.” Have you ever given a nickname to your crush or your boyfriend?
Because you are on the safer side to show your fun side up.Princeton university defines it likes this: Definition of a nickname is: a familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person's given name).At Wikipedia a nickname is defined like this: "A nickname (also spelled "nick name") is a descriptive name given in place of or in addition to the official name of a person.Chances are if you dish about your crush or your boyfriend with your pals, he’s got a nickname of some sort, whether he knows about it or not.I’m totally guilty of the nickname phenomenon: “Cute DJ,” “Chuck Taylors,” “Hazza,” “Captain Awkward,” “Hot Drummer,” “The Hot Pilot,” “The Other Hot Pilot.” (Don’t judge me, okay?