The study asked 500 Kiwis aged 18-70 to vote for their favourite term of endearment.As it turned out, the top pet name in NZ is ‘babe’ or ‘baby’ – 21% of us opt for this when in need of a cute nickname.
Babe did have some fierce rivalry however, notably from ‘honey’ which took 20% of the vote and from ‘darling,’ which earned 19%.
Rounding out the top five nicknames were ‘sweetheart,’ with 15% and ‘love’ with 10%.
" Eelco's mother was from Freisland in the Netherlands and spoke the Freisian language, which Eelco understood.
His father was a psychiatrist at a large mental hospital: "Like all Dutch boys we had small or second hand bicycles.
Nobody had a car in the neighbourhood- maybe a few doctors but my father didn't- he was a nature man." The German occupation of the low countries in 1939, marked the end of Eelco's carefree childhood.
"As kids we were always watching the Germans after they came into Holland- following them on our bikes, watching what they were doing- we were just curious." However the reality of the war soon began to bite.
Kisses Never done this before but pretty have been pretty wet and horny lately Always like having fun, laughing, playing around and of course fucking.
If your interested send me an email about yourself and what you'd like to do with me etc.
In Spain, you're a lump of sugar (terron de azucar).
Meanwhile, in Russia you’re a little dove (golubchik/golubushka), in France a little cabbage (petit chou) and in Thailand a little elephant (chang noi).¹ Every culture has their favourite terms of endearment and, as it turns out, NZ is no exception.
I am looking for a man who will let me know until then unknown pleasures!