Parents calling their kids "momma"

Or "mommy".

I hear it all the time. Usually with babies and toddlers. I don't get it. Phone Post 3.0

Never hear that.

Maybe it's just ethnics then. Phone Post 3.0

I'm guessing you live near Puerto Rican or Cubans? Phone Post

PeteyWheatstraw - Never hear that.


Same here. Weird as fuck if people out there do it though

Aye little mommas

Callate lil Papa

Never heard it myself, but I do think calling your grandmother "Nana" is fucking retarded

I've heard a lot of Mexicans and Persians doing this. Phone Post 3.0

Why would parents call their kid mom? I don't get it?? Phone Post

It bugs the shit out if me. Figuratively. Phone Post 3.0

OneGloveJimmerson - Never heard it myself, but I do think calling your grandmother "Nana" is fucking retarded

Thems fightin' words...

It's a term of endearment within Latin culture. It's like saying "sweetheart," to a child.

They also use all sorts of terms that we would normally consider insults but they do not. These are usually playful words that are fully acceptable in daily conversation.

Examples:

-Gordo/a (fat person)
-Viejo/a (personified person)
-Negro/a (black person)
-Flaco/a (skinny person)
-Tonto/a (silly, stupid person)
-Bruja (witch, mean person) Phone Post

frostyturd - It's a term of endearment within Latin culture. It's like saying "sweetheart," to a child.

They also use all sorts of terms that we would normally consider insults but they do not. These are usually playful words that are fully acceptable in daily conversation.

Examples:

-Gordo/a (fat person)
-Viejo/a (personified person)
-Negro/a (black person)
-Flaco/a (skinny person)
-Tonto/a (silly, stupid person)
-Bruja (witch, mean person) Phone Post

Viejo/a (old person)

I have no idea where "personified" came from. Phone Post

frostyturd - It's a term of endearment within Latin culture. It's like saying "sweetheart," to a child.

They also use all sorts of terms that we would normally consider insults but they do not. These are usually playful words that are fully acceptable in daily conversation.

Examples:

-Gordo/a (fat person)
-Viejo/a (personified person)
-Negro/a (black person)
-Flaco/a (skinny person)
-Tonto/a (silly, stupid person)
-Bruja (witch, mean person) Phone Post
This

My nieces come crying and i'll be like "what's wrong momma?".

sounds weird but they KNOW they're not my mother. lol Phone Post 3.0

frostyturd - It's a term of endearment within Latin culture. It's like saying "sweetheart," to a child.

They also use all sorts of terms that we would normally consider insults but they do not. These are usually playful words that are fully acceptable in daily conversation.

Examples:

-Gordo/a (fat person)
-Viejo/a (personified person)
-Negro/a (black person)
-Flaco/a (skinny person)
-Tonto/a (silly, stupid person)
-Bruja (witch, mean person) Phone Post
Thanks for explaining this. Phone Post 3.0

PeteyWheatstraw - Never hear that.
Really? I hear it all the time Phone Post 3.0

garrote - Maybe it's just ethnics then. Phone Post 3.0
What is an ethnic? Phone Post 3.0

roperninja - 
frostyturd - It's a term of endearment within Latin culture. It's like saying "sweetheart," to a child.

They also use all sorts of terms that we would normally consider insults but they do not. These are usually playful words that are fully acceptable in daily conversation.

Examples:

-Gordo/a (fat person)
-Viejo/a (personified person)
-Negro/a (black person)
-Flaco/a (skinny person)
-Tonto/a (silly, stupid person)
-Bruja (witch, mean person) Phone Post
Thanks for explaining this. Phone Post 3.0

I was a chubby baby and was therefore called Gordo. I lost the chubbiness by the age of 3 or 4 but EVERYONE in my family still called me Gordo and continues to to this day (I weigh 140 lbs soaking wet).

I prefer Gordo to my real name and introduce myself as such.

It is weird, tell your mom to stop calling me daddy Phone Post 3.0

VU frostyturd!!!