Make sure the person that you're giving a sexy nickname to is someone who means a lot to you and someone you feel extremely comfortable with. Here are a few things to consider before deciding on a nickname for your guy or girl: Giving each boyfriend or girlfriend that you only stay with for a month will make the nicknames lose their fun!
Only you know if your guy or girl would enjoy exchanging sexy nicknames. If you aren't sure if they'd be into it, you can either test their reaction to a tamer, but still flirty nickname, or just ask them straight up!
This one is a given. If the recipient is well-endowed in certain areas of the body, this can prove to be great inspiration for some super sexy nicknames! Proceed with caution and if you respect the person, and try not to be too vulgar with it.
Receiving a Nickname From Someone Else If you are given a nickname by your love, try to embrace it because the intention behind it is usually a good one. The same goes for when giving nicknames: Now that's not to mean you have to love whatever nickname you're given. This actually happened with me and my guy! I personally didn't like the nickname "Baby" or ''Babe," so when he called me "Baby," I nipped it in the bud real quick!
Here are some steps you can take to say no to a nickname! When someone gives you a cute or sexy nickname, usually it's a term of endearment. Every time they use that nickname instead of your real name, it's a cute way of saying you're special to me. So even if you don't like the name, show appreciation and love for the gesture. It's okay to say, "I love that you want to give me a nickname, but I just don't really like that one. Maybe "Baby" wasn't the right nickname for me, but I do think "Sweetheart" is cute.
Ask him or her to try others to see what feels right. Eventually the right name will stick! In the event that a nickname is rejected, no matter what the reason is, always try to have a few backups handy. If you find that the name Honeybuns triggers a less-than-receptive reaction, retreat immediately to a safe place until the reaction has subsided and try again with a nicer, safer nickname such as Sweetie.
You can never go wrong with the classics!