Thursday, November 11, 2004

Nicknames

I've noticed that just about everyone protects thier friends and loved ones with nicknames. So, I've been trying to come up with one for my girlfriend. Here's what I have so far...

- BITCHO (Boyfriend Is Tim, Check Him Out)
- HO (Homegirl O'Donnell)
- SKANK (So Kool And Nice n Kind)
- SLUT (Super Lovely, Utterly Tastey)
- TITSO (Tim's Insanely Terrific Special One)
- ASS (Amazingly Special Someone)

Votes and further suggestions are welcome.

12 comments:

tuuli said...

MUAHHAHAA!! rofl! i especially liked BITCHO! hahaa! no further suggestions so far.

The Pink Kitty said...

Aahahahahah! Those were hilarious! I think BITCHO is my favorite too!

C-8 said...

TITSO is just so... sweet

Tim said...

I think I'll start calling her these names around the house and see which one turns her on the most.

The Pink Kitty said...

Are you going to give her what they stand for or are you just gonna call her TITSO next time you talk to her? I think it would be more fun without the explanation ;)

nique said...

oh my god i'm dying laughing!
Bitcho! hahaha

Paul said...

Funniest blog yet. Definitely going in the favourites.

Some thoughts about loved ones...

Completely Real, Always Caring, Kind, Wonderfully Honest, Openly Respectful, Exciting.

Confident, Overtly Caring, Kind, Truly Exceptional And Supremely Elegant.

(hey, this is fun!)

Cute, Rosy Aura, Personable, Fun And Completely Embraceable

Stunning, Utterly Gorgeous, A Really Terrific Individual, Tantalizing, Sexy

Yes, that took entirely too long to write. Don't ask.

tuuli said...

oh i liked these onces too!! Mahravaa!!

Tim said...

Thanks Paul, and nice suggestions!

So, I started calling her BITCHO last night and somehow it didn't fly. She SO unromantic! She wants me to call her HOTTIE, but I couldn't possibly come up with an ackronym for that. Too difficult. BITCHO just flowed.

tuuli said...

sorry I change mahravaa to FUN FUN! so let's just delete mahravaa shall we?

Tim said...

I was trying to figure "mahravaa" out. Is that an evil laugh? Or maybe a jewish holiday I never heard of?

tuuli said...

the word is actually mahtavaa and it means great. though the evil laugh meaning is mahrava, huh? i could start to use that one, thanks Tim!