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    How many ladies here call their mates, SO, husbands, boyfriends etc "Daddy"?
    It is sometimes used romatically or as a petname, but let us dig deeper. I am curious about how many people who had a present father in their life and had a close relationship with him find the term "daddy" used for their mates appropriate or wierd. Is this an indicator of father issues or replacement or just a flattering petname for your lover? Maybe I just find it wierd because I would not want to be sleeping with someone I am calling "Daddy". Or am I just taking this too literal ?

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    Um no my father is Daddy and let me tell you he is fearsome. If I were to call my bf Daddy I am sure both he and I would lose any desire we had going on at the time. *shudders*

    Similarly I have only ever had one american bf and I was confused the first time he called me "Ma" he quickly stopped that though, I am not your Momma neither are you my Daddy that is too weird for me.

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    Um no my father is Daddy and let me tell you he is fearsome. If I were to call my bf Daddy I am sure both he and I would lose any desire we had going on at the time. *shudders*

    Similarly I have only ever had one american bf and I was confused the first time he called me "Ma" he quickly stopped that though, I am not your Momma neither are you my Daddy that is too weird for me.
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    Personally I don't have a problem with saying "Big Daddy" during sex when I am asked the question "What's my name". Adding his name after the Big Daddy part also has a nice ring to it. It gives a man a feeling of being in control and knowing what he's doing. It's just a nickname and doesn't have to be that deep, no pun intended.

    I don't have any issues with my father. To me the Daddy thing is no different from a man calling me "Baby". I know that I'm not a baby and that none of my men would consider dating babies. It's just a pet name and that's it.
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    I call my husband big daddy only when I'm playing around and NEVER in the bedroom.

    My father is my best friend(just talked to him at lunch today :wub: ) so calling my DH Daddy would be ugh on so many levels.

    I have friends who call me Ma but I mother most of my close male friends so it's a term on endearment. :wub:
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    Personally I don't have a problem with saying "Big Daddy" during sex when I am asked the question "What's my name". Adding his name after the Big Daddy part also has a nice ring to it. It gives a man a feeling of being in control and knowing what he's doing. It's just a nickname and doesn't have to be that deep, no pun intended.

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    I'm cracking up over here :lol: :lol: , but I see now problem with "Big Daddy", especially in those situations as stated above... I have a co-worker that calls her husband "dad", When she calls him she says "hey dad", it's just something that she does ...

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    I wouldn't have a problem calling my dh "Big Daddy" because that's not what I called my Dad. Take away the "Big" and I'd have a problem. I don't know anyone who calls their dh Dad or Daddy. I do hear some Latinas call their SOs Poppy and hearing it makes me want to hurl.
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    I call my dh "Daddy" at times...never really thought anything of it... :blush:
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    ummmmmmmm :unsure: heyal naw..that sounds so pedophilish/child molostation type.......ewwwwwwwwwww

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    These are flattering petnames. And if you dig deeper I'm sure in many instances there is some oedipal/elektra stuff going on but that's not necessarily a bad thing. . . we often end up being attracted to people who resemble the first men/women we knew and loved, our parents.

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