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Maybe but its half FACT... This is what I don't understand why would your lover calls you names with Baby, Daddy and Mommy... Your child calls you Daddy, your wife calls you Daddy too?
i wan to kidnap somebody...
SH you want me to kidnap that red loli that i show you before
Why do you want to bother with kidnapping when it is legal to just grab and take home where you live?
...this is muslim country
Precisely what I was talking about. Just make the proper payments first.
Parents call each other '
' or '
' in front of their kids so as not to confused them... Grandparents as well.
I find it sad when a child called his/her parent by name, in an honest way, not being sarcastic.
just like my cousin. since we have 2 word for mother (Ibu & Mama)
he called his mother "Ibu" while his grandma "Mama"
The earliest I can remember, Mama Ridwan had always called Papa Ridwan "Bang". (Something like Indonesian nii-chan/an-chan)
Well my Malaysian relatives call my maternal grandma "Ama".
And my niece calls me nii-san.
^Or at least the Chinese version of it.
Yes. And that is adorable.
Now you made me regret for not taking her home.
I have this luxury of being both the son and grandson of eldest sons that some of my cousins who are older then me actually got to call me either "kakak", "mas", or "bang". And when an onee-chan teasingly does that too you, it felt kinda sexy.
I call my dad "papang" and "mamang for my mom, they call each other "dang" kinda synonymous to "dear"....
Parents call each other 'papa' or 'mama' in front of their kids so as not to confused them.
..and you call his/her brother, "brother" to know what to called his/her sibling?
Yes, Do you know my elder sister essentially called me 'big brother' so as to not confused me or my younger brother? I was stuck in the role of big brother.
Of course, I still call her big sister.
It's still weird... anyway.. got to sleep now! Bye Bye! Oyasumi minna!
Amongst my own siblings, we're actually rather egalitarian and simply call each other by name. The oldest one grew a dislike to feeling old as early as 9, if not earlier.
Oi oi oi Ridwan! Ridwan! It seems like all the major Nanoha denizens have indeed been kicked out! You know what this means?!
A complete hostile revolution is within our grasp!
We could finally move in to take over the place as the two most senior members
Viva la revolución!
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@Chaos : What happened when I wasn't looking ?
Is there a mass ban on the Nanoha thread or what.
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