Be my "honey bunny"?
When a guy calls you "fish face", it could mean he likes you, according to a dating expert.
Pet names that couples have for each other shows just how they feel about one another, a psychologist from the University of Glamorgan claims.
And insulting nicknames are really just terms of endearment.
This comes after an online survey found that 62 per cent of people have been given a nickname by the person they are dating.
"Chicken" came out as the most popular pet name, while others such as "honey bunny", "angel", "monkey" and "squidge" closely followed.
Calling someone "honey bunny" apparently means they're sweet and nicknaming someone angel means you think they are "radiant" and have "a spiritual quality of innocence".
"Sometimes nicknames will have a number of meanings, expressing the idea that you are a club of two members. Some of the names are quite exclusive so they wouldn't be in a list of top ten," dating expert Henry Enos told the Western Mail.
"It's a way of expressing the fact that you can communicate together excluding the rest of the world? It's about expressing a closeness and showing that you have a history with someone."
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