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Straight Dudes who call guys «Baby»
Has anyone noticed how many more straight or non-gay dudes today are calling other guys «baby?» I have noticed that these guys saying this tend to be disproportionately urban, African American, and Latin. A lot of «hip hop» type White guys are doing the same. Today, in my gym, one of the African American male personal trainers saw me an said «wassup up, baby.» Other guys at the gym have said the same to me a lot lately, especially black guys. I have also heard them say it as a greeting to other guys or in passing conversation to other dudes such as, «That’s wassup, baby!» I would never admit it in person, but it turns me on when a hot straight guy calls me «baby.»
|by Anonymous||reply 170||08/30/2018|
I’ve seen my 15 year-old first cousin once removed (formerly identifying as bisexual but now identifying as straight) refer to his male best friend as «bae» on Facebook.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||10/25/2015|
I forgot to mention, he’s a white punk.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||10/25/2015|
r1, one day, after he gets out out jail and he’s in his early 30s, you will invite him over for some beers. I foresee happy endings for both of you.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||10/25/2015|
I’m old so I can get away with calling straight youngsters «baby» or «shorty».
You can’t use «sweetie» or anything involving the concept of «sweet» because it implies they are effeminate and they think that’s a bad thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||10/25/2015|
I would LOVE to call youngsters ‘shorty’ but I’m white.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||10/25/2015|
I’ve been called «Cracker» before.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||10/25/2015|
I was called a ‘Carpetbagger’ once.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||10/25/2015|
I was called a carpet-muncher once. Hold on, I think I might be in the wrong thread. Carry on.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||10/25/2015|
R8, I’ll bet you munch like a trooper, honey.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||10/25/2015|
Straight dudes usually call me «faggot».
|by Anonymous||reply 10||10/25/2015|
«I would never admit it in person, but it turns me on when a hot straight guy calls me «baby.»
Pardon me while I barf up my dinner.
You really are the stereotypical simpering, silly queen, OP. Kudos.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||10/25/2015|
Black guys have referred to other men, especially other black men, as ‘baby’ for decades. No gay inference as far as I can remember.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||10/25/2015|
Yeah, I usually get called «faggot».
|by Anonymous||reply 13||10/25/2015|
Yes, men calling other men baby goes back to the 70s in a widespread way, mainly among Black men. It was part of street macho suave talk that many Black guys did in the 70s. Currently, hip hop and urban culture have made it even more prevalent as a way for men to express swagger, endearment, and affection toward other dudes. However, in this way, only Alpha Males can use it confidently, and as such, there are times when its usage can seem like the Alpha Male is trying to insinuate that another guy is the Beta Male or is more diminutive than he is. Also, there is a perception that some guys are so suave and have so much swag that they even pour on the charm with other males by calling them baby or other similar maneuvers. These guys are securely viewed as masculine, so they don’t have people questioning their manhood when they do it. Perhaps, because of the pervasiveness of hip hop among youth, I have noticed more White and Hispanic men doing the same lately. Urban culture is very interesting.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||10/25/2015|
Curiously, I’m watching a rerun of «Hill Street Blues,» circa 1983, while perusing the DL.
Taurean Blaque’s character, black detective Neal Washington, just now called Kiel Martin’s character, white detective J. D. LaRue, «Baby.»
So this was going on at least 32 years ago, dolls.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||10/25/2015|
Babe and baby as used to describe a romantic partner (rather than a small child or immature person; those usages began in the 1400s and 1500s) can be traced to usage that began in the 19th and 20th centuries in America. Initially, the words were simply used as a form of address (men were calling each other baby in 1835, sans any romantic connotations; in the 1996 movie Swingers, Vince Vaughn’s character employs the word for just about everybody).
|by Anonymous||reply 18||10/25/2015|
Nobody puts Baby in the corner.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||10/25/2015|
Young Thug even calls dudes «hubby.» Hip hop is wide open.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||10/25/2015|
Young Thug Speaks On Gay Rumors & Why He Calls His Male Friends ‘Bae’
Young Thug has been running the music industry with his features. If you haven’t heard about his music, we’re pretty sure you’ve heard about Young Thug calling his male friends «Bae» and «Lover». While the world was now questioning his sexuality, he set the record straight with Bossip. During his interview, his nonchalantly stated he was not gay and it’s just a «Language.»
|by Anonymous||reply 21||10/25/2015|
It’s not meant as a complment when they call you Baby Huey, I find.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||10/25/2015|
I prefer it when they call me «slut» and «tramp»
|by Anonymous||reply 24||10/25/2015|
This immediately made me think of Vince Vaughn’s character in Swingers.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||10/25/2015|
«And don’t call me ‘honey’…. [italic]honey![/italic]»
—the only thing I’ve ever respected Elisabeth Hasselbeck for saying
|by Anonymous||reply 26||10/25/2015|
It certainly got thrown around a lot in the old Rat Pack movies of the 50s and I remember Kojak asking of males and females who loves ya baby in every episode.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||10/25/2015|
«Hip hop is wide open.»
Kinda like an open ‘bae’ window?
|by Anonymous||reply 28||10/25/2015|
Some of my straight male friends call me «bae.» It is quite endearing.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||10/25/2015|
I like calling everyone «Baby» in that Kojack/Telly Savalas way, which was the ultimate in 70s cool.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||10/25/2015|
I’m usually called sweet ass or sweet bae or sweet pee(I think they say that last one) by these guys at the gym. I just always figured they knew I was gay and were having some fun with it and me. I call them sweet ass or sweet thighs or sweet abs back.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||10/25/2015|
Don’t you DARE talkin’ to him like that!
|by Anonymous||reply 33||10/25/2015|
‘I call them sweet ass or sweet thighs or sweet abs back.’
Sling that sass, baby!
|by Anonymous||reply 34||10/25/2015|
I noticed that white guys are more likely to call a dude «babe,» whereas Black and Latin guys are more likely to say «baby.»
|by Anonymous||reply 35||10/26/2015|
My African American barber and other Black dudes have called me «baby boy.» I like that.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||10/26/2015|
I call my friends «bb» in texts all the time, and no one has told me to cut it the hell out. Yet, anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||10/26/2015|
There are hot black dudes at the gym I talk to about sports. I love it when they say «baby boy» to me when we talk.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||10/26/2015|
just heard guy in Kroger call another guy «baby»
|by Anonymous||reply 39||10/26/2015|
Damn,and I thought Little Wayne was the ugliest mofo in the hip hop world R21 !
|by Anonymous||reply 41||11/10/2015|
Did not know Vince Vaughn was skinny!
|by Anonymous||reply 43||11/10/2015|
You can say anything to a dude, as long as you deliver it in a masculine manner. I have dudes in the gym compliment my body all the time, but they do it in a «dudely» way. For instance, a straight muscle dude told me the other day, «Bro, your bod is looking straight up diesel lately. Keep it up, baby!» That is how dudes deliver endearment and admiration.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||11/11/2015|
These guys are not gay, OP. Get a life, and a boyfriend.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||11/11/2015|
«Micro-analysing everything straight men do to see if there’s a chance that one of them will let me suck their cock as they nonchalantly watch TV football.» Sad and creepy.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||11/11/2015|
I get moist down there when sexy brickhouse mo’fo brothers say «wassup, bitch?» because I am a cheap whore, darling.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||11/11/2015|
A Latin hustler called me «baby» a couple weeks ago and I got really aroused.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||11/17/2015|
I have never heard any straight male refer to another straight male or gay male as baby. And it will never happen, because it doesn’t work like that mary.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||11/17/2015|
r51, you’re not one of the «cool bros.» They wouldn’t be saying that around you anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||11/17/2015|
In HS my jock bro Brad always called me babe.. but only when I was blowing him.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||11/18/2015|
How about when dudes call you «son?»
|by Anonymous||reply 57||11/21/2015|
r51 is a gay Archie Bunker, so of course he hasn’t heard «baby» thrown around him. He’s on my ignore list for being a resident DL racist, anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||11/21/2015|
I shoot hoops with a couple of straight dudes who call me «baby» quite a bit, even when we play football. It is very hot.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||11/21/2015|
A hot muscle bro at the gym calls me «boss.» Yokes me up everytime he says it.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||12/12/2015|
If straight men didn’t need sex, they wouldn’t go near women. Men like men, straight or gay.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||12/12/2015|
I love it too, as long as the dude is hot!
|by Anonymous||reply 63||12/14/2015|
Straight guys do NOT call another guy baby, it NEVER happens.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||12/14/2015|
[quote]A hot muscle bro at the gym calls me «boss.»
That’s an inside insult you know. They’re making fun of you.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||12/14/2015|
I call all guys «honey, bunny»
|by Anonymous||reply 66||12/14/2015|
r65, uh no. Guys call other guys boss in respect or simply as another way to say «dude.» It is never a negative thing though. My friends say it all the time to each other.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||12/14/2015|
Most people here are so out of touch mainstream mass youth culture that they should be disqualified from commenting. They didn’t even know what «bae» meant.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||12/14/2015|
There is this one black guy on this free chat line that I call for some phone sex relief…. he starts calling me boy ( the dynamic of him calling a white guy, me, «boy» is so sexy to me), and my cock gets so damn rigid and wet. Language can indeed be a powerful thing. Then we coach each other thru eating our own precum and showing off our bate to each other.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||12/14/2015|
It is quite common among a certain subset of young hip hop dudes. Young Thug calls dudes «sweetheart» and «bae.» SOme of yall are so clueless about youth and hip hop culture.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||12/17/2015|
«I shoot hoops with a couple of straight dudes who call me «baby» quite a bit, even when we play football. It is very hot.»
R60’s imagination is in overdrive, desperately trying to come up with beat-off material.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||12/17/2015|
Ironically, hip hop and urban culture allows men to use terms of endearment with each other more than White male culture. «Bro» is the closest thing white guys have.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||12/18/2015|
‘Some of yall are so clueless about youth and hip hop culture.’
Well now, really. For white gentlemen in our 60’s and 70’s, we are more ‘with it’ than most, young man.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||12/18/2015|
I don’t know any thugs myself.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||12/18/2015|
[quote] Some of yall are so clueless about youth and hip hop culture.
I don’t know how I can possibly sleep tonight.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||12/18/2015|
I like it when straight men call me «kitten» or «princess.»
|by Anonymous||reply 78||12/18/2015|
Yea right, straight guys don’t call other guys bae/baby/hunny/, not unless they have a death wish or want to be outcasted.
I live in Canada, Ontario and I swear to god I’ve never consciously or unconsciously heard a man use that kind of language towards another.
|by Anonymous||reply 79||12/22/2015|
I was talking to a young, thuggish Hispanic dude today and I had the pleasure of making him laugh. We were about to go our separate ways, and he says «I fucks with you». Now Im glad I’ve heard this slang before, so I know it’s no homo. But if his tired girlfriend was not several feet away, hell yes I would’ve acted like he was trying to come on to me. I know I could’ve snagged him and his gorgeous smile!
|by Anonymous||reply 80||01/02/2016|
r80, yeah, dudes say that all the time. It is just a way of saying «yo, you’re cool peeps; we cool bro.»
|by Anonymous||reply 81||01/03/2016|
I like it when a dude calls me «big guy.»
|by Anonymous||reply 82||01/04/2016|
R79, you need to leave Canada to find cool bros.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||01/04/2016|
What kind of delusion and fantasy is going on this thread? Sad. Black straight men do NOT refer to other men as baby, not unless they want to get their ass beat or outcasted. Black guys call each other «n*gga» «bro» «son» «dawg» «man» «dude» etc. They don’t call each other baby you simpering nellies
|by Anonymous||reply 84||01/04/2016|
R84, I’m an actual black man in college. I hear it all the time among bruthas, even when shooting hoops.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||01/04/2016|
Some of you are so out of touch and isolated from regular males, you don’t know basic stuff that normal people do. Guys have been calling other men «baby» for decades, it is especially common among African American males.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||01/05/2016|
R87 you’re the one who is out of touch. Black men call their bitches and their girlfriends baby, not other fucking men!!
|by Anonymous||reply 88||01/05/2016|
r88, you sound like a nasty effeminate who has disturbing anger issues. chill.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||01/05/2016|
There is even a Facebook Page dedicated to it.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||01/05/2016|
r21, is evidence of a major urban celebrity doing it. He is obviously not the inventer of this, nor the only one. It is clearly is not rare.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||01/05/2016|
[quote] «Guys have been calling other men «baby» for decades, it is especially common among African American males.»
I concur with R87, so do pipe down and take a stresstab if your experience has been different. SHEEEESH. I have lived in San Francisco and L.A. and hear this ALL the time—in the media AND on the street.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||01/05/2016|
I live in DC. Of course, I hear black guys say it, but I have noticed more young white «swag» types saying it to guys too
|by Anonymous||reply 93||01/05/2016|
«shooting hoops» is gay code for whacking off to Raw Strokes, right?
|by Anonymous||reply 94||01/05/2016|
R88 read the responses on the first page of this thread, so clearly I’m not the crazy one. Maybe this is a regional thing, but it’s not common like you twats are trying to suggest. Young Thug is considered by most rap fans and black folk as a cock sucking down-low fruitcake so I wouldn’t use him as an example lol
|by Anonymous||reply 96||01/05/2016|
Only black men are allowed to call other guys «Baby» otherwise it’s racist.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||01/05/2016|
Pretty common in DC and NC. Maybe it’s a southern thing. Even had a white male mechanic call me «baby, but he talked «black.»
|by Anonymous||reply 98||01/05/2016|
Black guys do this ALL THE TIME!
|by Anonymous||reply 99||01/05/2016|
It is usually not said in a gay way but in an affectionate «bro» manner. It’s the urban equivalent of «bro.»
|by Anonymous||reply 100||01/05/2016|
Baby, Baby, Don’t Get Hooked On Me, Bro.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||01/05/2016|
«Baby, You’re A Rich Man»—- Beatles, 1967. Once again, the Fab Four invent stuff early on.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||01/27/2016|
See, even white dudes say it.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||01/28/2016|
It could be a secret code for «Do you wanna fuck?»
|by Anonymous||reply 107||01/28/2016|
Bros are even kissing these days
|by Anonymous||reply 108||02/16/2016|
No, I haven’t, OP.
We already know it turns you on, babe!
|by Anonymous||reply 110||02/17/2016|
Right now, all my friends say «son» a lot. As in, «Come on, son, those shoes are whack.»
|by Anonymous||reply 111||02/26/2016|
I use baby all the time when I meet my black male friends. #nohomo
|by Anonymous||reply 113||04/02/2016|
I love «bae» as a term of endearment. It’s actually an acronym for «before anyone else,» not short for «baby.»
|by Anonymous||reply 114||04/08/2016|
As long as you say it in a masculine bro manner, it’s all good.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||04/09/2016|
Yep, it’s how you say it. The delivery makes the difference in social acceptability. It’s gotta be said in a masculine manner
|by Anonymous||reply 116||04/30/2016|
Elder gay thread. You can tell, by how confused you all sound by this.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||04/30/2016|
If the dude saying it to me is hot, it can be very flattering
|by Anonymous||reply 118||05/01/2016|
I get turned on with hot buff black and Latin Dudes at the gym call me baby or boss. Very erotic feel to it
|by Anonymous||reply 120||12/21/2016|
R115 and R116 are correct. Just like using «bro» slang with the most flaming affectation would not be acceptable with most of them.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||12/21/2016|
There is this hot black personal trainer at my gym that hit it off with me from the start. He comes around to me while working out and says stuff like, «looking great, baby.» Last week, while on the elliptical, and said, «you beastin, bro,» while putting his hands on my waist. I told him, «Just trying to be like you when I grow up, bro.» He laughed and blushed. His bod is so hot. And his swag is off the charts.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||12/21/2016|
It’s just not my bag, baby.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||12/21/2016|
R122 Lucky you. Come back and tell us more, not if, but when there is more to tell.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||12/21/2016|
I mean…..this is a «thing» from the ’70s. And because this is a post on a messageboard, the nuance of the pronunciation is lost. You’re romanticizing it, but it’s just the equivilent of saying «What’s happening, brother.»
|by Anonymous||reply 128||05/02/2017|
«Equivalent»^^^Jesus, my ghetto-ass spell check didn’t pick that up
|by Anonymous||reply 129||05/02/2017|
There is hot jacked black dude at my gym who calls guys «baby,» but in the tough thug way.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||05/05/2017|
R108, I got mad luv for this white boy!
|by Anonymous||reply 131||05/05/2017|
I hired a rough trade, Cubano hustler from Miami once.
He called me «baby» and talked to me like a girl he cared about.
SO FUCKING HOT
|by Anonymous||reply 132||05/05/2017|
Some black dudes will call me «Chief.»
|by Anonymous||reply 134||06/04/2017|
John Williams is one of them.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||06/04/2017|
There is this big buff muscle black athletic dude I work out with who calls me «boss» and sometimes «baby.» I play it off when he says it, but inSide I am so turned on….
|by Anonymous||reply 136||06/04/2017|
If a dude is hot and macho and calls me «baby,» I instantly get hot. A lot of black and Latin guys do this while I work in with them at Gym
|by Anonymous||reply 138||07/26/2017|
My dad has been saying that my whole life. Him and his guy friends actually.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||07/26/2017|
R138 Me too. But the guy has to be like you said.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||07/26/2017|
Just reading about it gives me a huge erection, bro.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||07/29/2017|
«Boss» has become the popular term of endearment between dudes today
|by Anonymous||reply 145||09/21/2017|
My father used to call my mom baby and I always thought it was sweet.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||09/21/2017|
Black construction worker called me baby the other day. I also was instantly hard.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||09/21/2017|
R147, same thing happened to me on sidewalk outside my job! It was very hot the way he said it to me!
|by Anonymous||reply 148||09/21/2017|
Black and urban guys said it to dudes in a way that is at once macho, while yet the endearing
|by Anonymous||reply 149||09/21/2017|
It really is a black, Latin, and white hip hop thing
|by Anonymous||reply 150||09/21/2017|
R148 as soon as he said I had a pavlovian response and dropped to me knees. He just looked at me.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||09/21/2017|
Ha! Just walked by food truck with a hot Latin or Arab guy working. He yelled out to me, «Come on baby, we got a chicken special for you! We’ll hook you up right.»
|by Anonymous||reply 153||09/21/2017|
These stories made me so HARD bro!
|by Anonymous||reply 154||09/22/2017|
I love being called «boss.»
|by Anonymous||reply 157||09/23/2017|
I love it when a hot bro Calls me “boss!”
|by Anonymous||reply 159||12/22/2017|
I like it when stranger call me “baby.”
|by Anonymous||reply 161||03/13/2018|
I get called «Slim» all the time, and I’m not.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||03/13/2018|
I also occasionally get called «Captain» by black people What’s up with that?
|by Anonymous||reply 163||03/13/2018|
One time a straight guy I didn’t know called me «Sugar Bear» but I don’t think it was a compliment.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||03/13/2018|
I was just at a bbq restaurant, and a hot Latin guy just walked up the cute frat boy cashier and said, “Wassup sexy” with a swagged out demeanor. They then gave each other full bro hugs. I was so turned on.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||08/30/2018|
R150 «White» is no where in the equation.
That is strictly an urban black and latin thing. White men who «try» to speak like that are desperately trying to be something they’re not.
As far as hip-hop goes. That too comes from urban Afro-Latin culture. Again, there’s no european ethnicity in the mix at all.
The white man ain’t apart of this either.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||08/30/2018|
R267, do you realize many white kids and young people grow up not just immersed in hip hop culture today, but also hanging around and socialized with Latin and black People?
|by Anonymous||reply 168||08/30/2018|
Call me by my name…….
|by Anonymous||reply 169||08/30/2018|
What does it mean when a guy calls you mom?
I know this sounds really fucking weird but a lot of guys at my school do this. One guy I started talking to randomly labelled me mom, and I know a lot of other guys at my school do this to some of their girl-friends as well. Is it supposed to be sarcastic, telling me that I nag them like a mother? Or is it just something guys do to weird a girl out or some weird way to make a girl feel closer to you? like a term of endearment? ? have you guys ever done this to a girl?
ok, to clarify: he doesn’t say things like «gee, thanks mom.» i will walk into a room and he’ll be like «hey mom!» like out of the blue. and he didn’t start calling me that because i told him to do something. he literally just started calling me that. i was sitting in a class with him and he just starting calling me mom. i wasn’t even talking to him at the time.
Most Helpful Guys
when a guy calls you MOM its almost the ultimate compliment <3
when a guy calls you mom more times than not he likes you or views you as a girl that is cool as heck to hangout with
you’re the person they will come to with their problems or just to small talk in general
hope that makes sense
There is a term in the relationship world called mothering and men don’t like to be mothered. Mothering refers to the act of correcting people, making sure they’re taking care of themselves, etc. If you have this type of tendency, even if you do it for sincere and unselfish reasons, you will have the label of mom or mother applied to you.
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A guy i just met calls me mom sometimes mammy or mommy. were just friends. strarted when we were fooling around oj text and he pretended to be my husband and i pretended to be his wife and he was threatening to punish our kids for misbehavior and I was begging him not to that I will fix it. it was so funny. but that’s when I got tagged ‘mom’. Were real close now and I like it. feels ok cos he don’t act like a baby or something. he’s actually all dominant. don’t worry about it. one day I just asked and he said «cause ur gona be mom to my kids’ so we just laughed. lol. its nothing.
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What Guys Said 17
It started with guys calling each other «dad».
Just super casually for no real reason.
And then it spread into calling girls «mom».
And now girls are calling their favorite female celebrities «mom» on Twitter.
It doesn’t mean too much. I would hold it akin to «dude».
Or at the most, the ironic tone of «Senpai».
Just google it.
It means you act like a mom. They do it as an insult. Whenever you get called mom, guy’s are insinuating that you’re treating them like their mom does. For example, you may say «hey, pick that up,» and they’ll respond «ok, mom.» So, yes, it’s like you’re nagging them like a mother.
Not a term of endearment.
I say that sometimes it’s a way that somebody signifies that you’re important to them.
My friend Pablo calls a few good friends of his mom and he loves them. So I guess it just depends on the person but from what I’ve seen it normally means that they consider you a good friend. Or they just call you mom to show that you’re acting like a mother instead of a peer.
I would playfully call a girl mom like in role play but it doesn’t mean she was bossing me
i wanted to be bossed by her or want her to act like she was my mom on my part it was
a careless role playing act that never means to hurt the feelings of any girl cause i don’t
do that stuff.. Now my dad would call my late mother «mom» but than he his friend would
call him «Dad» But in your case sounds like the guy thinks your acting like his mom
I’ve done that before. Like for instance a girl I talk with online she asked me sometimes if I ate enough and stuff like that she was worried about me so I called her mom just cause she was acting like one.
Cuz you act like their mommy. «Should» people much? «You should do this» or «You should do that»? Consider just not doing that anymore. Not only is it not your job to try to fix people, but you can’t do it anyway.
Gee, thanks mom. Like that? They are making fun of you but not in a bad way. More like teasing you. Sometimes guys say things like that and often times it offends the girl but they didn’t really mean to offend them. I wouldn’t take it too seriously or personally. I know one guy who makes fun of everyone, but he doesn’t hate them or anything. It’s just his humor.
It’s a mannerism that men use and it could be harmless, as he’s just being cordial, or he thinks you’re hot. If you want to know if he likes you, just go for it!! Life is too short.
Might not be a bad thing, if it sounds more like an endearment. Could be that you come across as mature in a way they like.
U should act simple with them when they call u mom they reply with sweetly in that manner which they think u don’t care anything they will be the answers of your response to them
My parents have been married over 25 years and my father calls his wife mom. And has been for a long time, maybe the young guys these days hear their fathers saying it and just repeats it.
A long time ago, I would occasionally accidentally call girls «mom». It was extremely embarrassing, but I just pretended that I was making fun of them.
I wouldn’t associate a girl I like with my mum, that just makes it weird. If I call a girl mum it means she’s been friend-zoned.
It means you’re a pushy nag. It’s definitely not a term of endearment.
Probably because you have big boobs and he wants to suck on them or you could be older than them
He either has an Oedipus complex or he thinks you baby him
It means he doesn’t want you to tell him what to do and how to live his life
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If A Guy Doesn’t Call… Does That Mean He’s Not Into You?
So he stopped calling, never called in the first place or pretty much has had on and off, weird calling patterns for the entire time you’ve known him.
You’re trying not to over-analyze what it means or doesn’t mean that he isn’t calling you but there is this nagging voice inside your head harassing you to find out the truth.
You might even bring this issue up to your female friends, asking their advice and trying to get some clarity into why this is so confusing and how to get to the bottom of it once and for all.
First off all, let me just say… take a deep breathe and count to ten for a second. I promise you, everything is going to be ok.
I am not saying this to be rude or make an assumption; I just know how truly overwhelming it can be when you are in this kind of a position, wanting someone to do something that means something to you only to be left hanging, kind of in this limbo of trying to get an understanding of what is going on and where to go from here.
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The key question here is, what stage of the relationship are you in?
If You’re In The Beginning Stages Of A Relationship
If this is the beginning stages where things are flirty, fun and not defined at all… maybe you just met, went on a great first date (or so you thought) and then of course since then even though he said he would call he has not once.
Or maybe you have been sort of seeing each other for a bit but never made things official and all of a sudden he has stopped calling you completely and even worse, might even be ignoring your calls!
You might be sitting there trying to figure out what on earth is going on, what does his lack of calling mean?
It depends. First of all, if he has not called and you just met or you are not that close yet, this could mean that he either forget, wants to play hard to get, is sort of interested but not interested enough to make the effort or is simply not interested and assumes you will get the hint.
But if you have gone out of your way to call him… possibly even multiple times… and he has not even called you back and it has been a while since you made the call (since he could not be calling back because he is busy not necessarily ignoring you on purpose).
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But if he has not called you back and a lot of time has gone by, the likely scenario is that he is simply not interested in anything with you, at least in a romantic sense. This is a hard but necessary truth to accept and to really understand. There is no use in holding onto false hope when things are not going to magically change.
You cannot force him to want to call you and even if you could, why would you want to? You should leave yourself open for someone who naturally is inclined to call you and who makes you feel special for who you are, without you having to try so hard and walk on eggshells always feeling as if you are doing something wrong yet not being able to figure out what exactly it is that he wants.
Now on the other hand, if you think you hit it off and he said he would call but never did and you have not called him… you can either leave it and not call, wait and see if he does and in the meantime stop obsessing over it (because obsessing will only drive you crazy, make matters worse and end up creating needy behavior, which is an instant turnoff and something you definitely do not want to have happen) or you can call him up yourself. Now if you decide to call yourself here is a rule of thumb: call expecting nothing.
Even if he does not answer and you never speak to him again, be ok with this. Even if he answers and is rude, cuts the conversation short and seems indifferent to you.
It means nothing about you as a person. You must go into this fully accepting that an outcome you don’t like could easily happen. If you are ok with this and have accepted it, then you might as well make the call if that is what you want and just see how things are.
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You never know… when you call he actually might feel dumb for forgetting to call you and the conversation will effortlessly pick up where it left off and he will be enthusiastic and glad that you are easy to talk to and not calling him to yell about why he did not call.
You can go with the natural flow of the conversation and just see where it takes you; if you approach it like this, you make it more likely that he will want to be around you more (and see you again) because you are going to be pleasant and refreshing rather than suffocating and demanding. So you really do not know the outcome unless you call.
In general, if you just met or are in the beginning stages and he is not calling it is normally not the best of signs but is definitely not the worst, unless you have already called him with zero response and total radio silence. If this is the case, move on and focus on men who like you for who and how you are.
If You’re Already In An Established Relationship
Now, another situation where a man’s calling habits come into focus are in relationships. So in a relationship, it is possible that he is simply comfortable with you now and feels no need to call.
What will determine whether his lack of calling is neutral (not good or bad), bad sign or simply a sign that means he is comfortable with what you have and feels no need to call.
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Let’s delve into how often he calls (and whether he blatantly ignores your calls for long periods of time and might not even call you back.) If he is not even calling you back, this could be a problem indicating that he is losing interest in you and not in the mood to tell you how he feels because he does not want to deal with hurting you and is probably conflicted, too, about whether he actually wants to end it or is just going through a weird rut, so he leaves you in this weird limbo.
This situation is hard to deal with, I understand… the best thing you can do is have a real heart to heart with him. Not an accusation-fest, where you go off on him and vent all your frustration about why he hasn’t been calling you, how it means the relationship (or whatever you have) is doomed and how horrible he is for doing this to you, blind sighting you in such a cruel way without even having the guts to tell you the truth).
I could go on and on describing the variety of things women have expressed to me when talking about their relationships and how they deal with a man who stops calling (or in other cases texting, but I have covered texting in so many articles I’m not going to go into that here).
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The point is… when you have a conversation with him, do not come from a place of blaming but rather one of understanding. Come from a place of listening, without any judgment or expectations of what he should or should not say to you. Do not go in assuming he is not interested anymore.
Assumptions are powerful and self-fulfilling prophecies are scarily real. What I mean is if you assume the worst, you can actually make that specific bad outcome you fear more likely to happen, whereas if you assume the best, you give yourself the best shot of things working out in your favor.
So as I was saying… come to the conversation from the kind of mental state I described and you will be able to truly get some kind of understanding into what is going on with him, what he feels about what you have and where to go from there. This will at least give you clarity.
If he stopped calling because he isn’t interested anymore, at least you will know and not have to sit wondering and waiting. Nothing is worse than wandering, waiting, hoping and wishing.
Nothing is worse than trying to grasp at straws for an answer, for a glimmer of hope that the next phone call is from him only to find it is a random telemarketer trying to sell you some imaginary medical device.
I am rambling but it is to make a point that once you know the truth, you can find true peace and ok-ness. When you find this state of being ok, you will not be focusing on whether a man is or is not calling. You will be able to live your life without living and dying inside each time you hear your ringer go off.
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If A Guy Doesn’t Call Does That Mean He’s Not Into You?
The goal here should not be to make him call you and convince him to call you… if he is not naturally inclined to make the call, why would you want him to force himself to do something he does not even want to do? If he wants to, great. If he doesn’t, well, it can mean one of two things: 1) he is comfortable in the situation and simply does not feel the need to call as much or at all anymore 2) he has lost interest and can’t figure out the right time and way to tell you.
If you call him and he does not even answer your calls and never returns them, this is a huge indication that he is definitely not into you.
I hope this article helped you understand what it means when a guy doesn’t call, and whether that means he’s not into you or not. It’s a question I get asked a lot, and it’s really important because a lot of the time that a woman thinks a guy isn’t into her, he really is… but she’s unconsciously doing things that make him lose interest and make him pull away. If you’re worried he’s losing interest then chances are he is, and you should read this right now before it’s too late: If He’s Pulling Away, Do This…
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MANSWERS: A guy I like keeps calling me ‘dude’. Does that mean he’s just not that into me?
There’s a guy I like. We’ve had a lot of conversation / flirting but he keeps calling me ‘dude’. Does that mean he’s not interested in me romantically? Or am I just paranoid? Michaela
Doesn’t sit right with me, Michaela – I loathe being called ‘dude’ or ‘man’. Also, I’ll never forget when a guy I was dating yelled ‘Oi!’ to get my attention on a busy street once. He was so dumped. Let’s see what the Manswers team think about this one.
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Manswers Man Bernard says … “Guys have lots of ways of letting you know they’re interested. If you catch him taking a sneaky stare at you, that’s one. Fumbling his words, that’s another. This calling you ‘dude’ thing, though – it’s something I have reservations about. The classic ‘dude’ from cinema is, as we all know, a Coen Brothers creation you’ll find in The Big Lebowski. He’s a pot-smoking hippy with a penchant for White Russians and no one really takes him that seriously. So calling a girl ‘dude’ may seem, on the outside, like a term of endearment, but I reckon it’s a signal that he considers you one of the boys or just a cool mate to go on the piss with. Bottom line girls: if someone’s calling you dude, they’re just not that into you.”
Manswers Man Dr Phil says… “Whether we like it or not, ‘dude’ or ‘man’ is pretty much accepted vernacular when speaking to anyone these days – even regardless of sex. It’s just one if those freakin’ Americanisms. I personally call people ‘man’ all the time – sometimes including girls who are friends, which I try and avoid, and even my wife, much to her chagrin! (And my mum – who hates it!). On one hand the ‘dude’ endearment may be an indicator that he does not regard you romantically, but on the other, it depends on him. Is he an ex-hippie? Is he prone to calling EVERYONE dude? If that’s the case, you may be in there! Good luck dude! ;)”
Manswers Man Mr E says… “Dude, what are you thinking?!? Clearly this chick is into you… Oh wait, HE is the dude and you’re the babe. Sorry, Michaela. Mmmmm, it’s a tricky one. Does your prospect enjoy the works of Owen Wilson or Jim Carey a little too much perhaps? Or maybe the occasional doobie? If not, then I think there may be only friendship in the future for you guys.”