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I know that a boy can address his girlfriend Sweetie but what about the girl? Can she also address her boy friend Sweetie or only a boy can say like that?
Is it ok to use Cutie between boyfriend and girlfriend or it's childish?
I don't know whether there is a differnce between Cutie and Sweetie or not. As far as I know they are both used among lovers. Correct me if I am not right.
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I also searched it in the forum but nothing appeared
Many thanks in advance.
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'Sweetie' (and 'lovey') are also used by adults talking to children.As far as I know they are both used among lovers.
***NOT A TEACHER***
Please note that the normal abbreviation of versus here is "vs." not "vss".
The point here is that vs. seems to me the only appropriate abbreviation to be used in this case. While I was reading this, I learned that v. can't be used here. It is used and I quote:
"in legal and related use, opposing sports teams, maybe political battles even."
I am not sure, though. And as always, I would appreciate your comment in this regard. It is important to me to learn something new every day.