Daddy in a sexual context doesn’t literally mean Father. Just like Baby in a romantic context doesn’t literally mean infant. Just like Pussy doesn’t literally mean Cat. And Dick doesn’t mean Richard. See, words have meanings, and the meanings of words depend on the context. But… he’s not your dad? I mean, he’s also someone’s cousin or uncle or son presumably but you probably don’t call him by those names? Sometimes I do call him Uncle or whatever, depending on the situation and who’s around. Around the Premium Husband Daddy Protector Hero Shirt. But I also totally get your gross-out. Especially parents who have young children who are learning to talk or something, their parents call each other “mommy “ and “daddy”, but I that sense it’s for the kids.
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The sexual sense though could be girls w “daddy issues”, personally always thought it was weird but then my ex called me that one time as a joke and it was kinda hot. Completely irrational reasons. Because Spanish is not my native language, it’s not as visceral. I could argue that somehow “Papi” and “daddy” don’t mean quite the same thing or aren’t used quite the same way, but the above is probably the reason. I’ve never understood Daddy or Baby, both weird given society’s general dislike for incest, a Premium Husband Daddy Protector Hero Shirt. May as well just call your person sis/ bro at that point. I think then it’s okay. I’d say that’s just one of those “regular” quirky things that couples do.
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I sometimes call my wife Mrs. [her last name] to tease her because I know she doesn’t like being addressed that way by me. Interesting. So when you say that it makes you feel, does that mean it kind of weirds you out or you actually enjoy that feeling? And if it does make you feel weird/uncomfortable, have you ever mentioned it to him? I’m curious because I like being submissive in the bedroom sometimes. (And my wife likes being dominant) but I would usually call her my “queen”. Now, one could argue that’s also a bit odd because it’s a bit of a superlative.