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    Default Alternative terms for "little"items

    I know we had a poll some time back asking what folks call their pacifiers. That brings me to another question: What other alternative names for ab or little items have folks on here come up with? When I was an actual little guy, I called my PJ's "hobdobbers." Please don't ask for an explanation, as neither me nor my parents remember the etymology of this interesting name for jammies. (I think my folks were just thrilled I was saying ANYTHING at the time, as I was pretty much non-verbal until about age four.)

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    Not a common one, but as I use my comfort blankies for snuggling up with, I refer to them simply as 'snug-snug'.

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    To my husband, I tend to refer to my 'litlte stuff' (by that I am talking about my age 13-14 clothing and toys) as my "cute" stuff, as they are things I enjoy that are "cute". I do also use the term little..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirNapsALot View Post
    Not a common one, but as I use my comfort blankies for snuggling up with, I refer to them simply as 'snug-snug'.
    I like the name 'snug-snug'. It's very cute

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    I know a friend that calls her pacifier nini, I think it's cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littledaimon View Post
    I know a friend that calls her pacifier nini, I think it's cute
    Oh, mommy sometimes calls my paci a nini because her mom called hers that when she was a baby.

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