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10 ‘Pet Names’ Couples Use That Women Hate the Most

According to a survey by a British website called Siteopia, only one in five people call their partner by their actual name all the time. The rest have ‘pet names’ for each other.

–One in six men refer to their wife as “the boss” . . . and one in 14 call her “the ball and chain.” One in 10 guys say their friends found out their wife’s pet name for THEM . . . either by her accidentally using it in public, or by friends reading their texts.

–Anyway, here are the 10 pet names that women hate most:

#1.) Babe.

#2.) Sweet cheeks.

#3.) Snookums.

#4.) Baby doll.

#5.) Baby girl.

#6.) Muffin.

#7.) Ducky.

#8.) Baby cakes.

#9.) Sexy pants.

#10.) Pudding.

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