Post # 32
@brendaray2009: well, a doctor’s little different since the title denotes a certain professional and academic standard to ensure the safety of the public. Do you also get annoyed when people call someone their brother/sister when they are just close and not actually related by blood? if these friends of yours are so annoying, maybe you can just be around them less.
Post # 34
@drummerbride: +1 Excatly! What the heck is the big deal!?!
SO has referred to me as his wife, and I have referred to him as my husband before. The Bad luck thing is so silly to me, even childish.
Post # 35
We’re engaged, and I can hardly remember to call him my fiancee– let alone husband.
Post # 36
@Hyperventilate: LMAO!! I just burst out laughing at my desk! “hog face and wiggletits”!
Post # 37
@SoupyCat: Actually, she is my cousin! I am happy for her, she will be my Maid/Matron of Honor as a matter of fact. It’s just that sometimes it seems a little forced, like they are trying too hard to show the world how happy they are.
Post # 38
How does what I call my fiance affet anyone else in the slightest? It doesn’t make them any more or less married. If someones relationship is so threatened by what we call each other, there’s more serious issues in their relationship. Besides, in Oklahoma you’re considered common law married as soon as you enter into a permanent and exclusive relationship, so technically I guess we’re already married.
Post # 39
I dont think it’s bad luck but it’s a bit silly and make pretend to me. I’d never introduce my Fiance as my husband. It’s just weird and no accurate? However at the end of the day, I don’t care what people call eachother because I have more important things on my plate.
Post # 40
I personally abhore the terms wifey and hubby but that‘s a different topic for a different thread. In the case of calling someone something they‘re not, well there‘s the fact that they are being called something they are not and that doesn‘t make sense.