And no I don't care if they're gender stereotype-y, or whatever.
  1. Princess
    Also into additions like; Buttercup, Bubblegum. I grew up with Princess Leia, and I liked it, dammit. As far as I'm concerned she's a great female role model (Disney can suck it). Anyone who calls me Princess in a non-pejorative way, is aces in my book.
  2. Cupcake
    Older Slang. a. a sexually attractive young woman. b. a beloved girl or woman. - To me this nickname is're a tiny, adorable morsel of deliciousness. And I'm so ok with that.
  3. Poppet
    This perfectly British term of endearment makes my insides all warm and fuzzy. It's like "poppycock" and "scrumpet" all rolled into one. And speaking of scrumpet; to the next item on the list, let's make haste!
  4. Scrumpet
    This just sounds cute to me. Like a scrumptious crumpet!
  5. (Mon) Petit Chouchou
    A small cream filled puff pastry. Translated to "my sweet bun." My French is terrible, but I rock this one all the time. Also there is a double meaning (I think) cause of the whole cabbage thing. Either way; it's all "my little darling." The "mon" is masculine, so it's also good for boys!
  6. Monchichi
    One of the only non-food themed nicknames. If you had one of these as a tot, you totally get what I'm saying.
  7. Chouquette
    Small Chou bun coated with sugar. If someone is extra sweet, they probably deserve this one.
  8. Kitten
    Playful, cute, soft...loves balls of yarn. I mean, could this nickname be any more delightful?
  9. Pancake/s
    Side note; When Winifred Burkle says "I love you like pancakes" to her Dad on Angel the Series, it makes me fall in love with her a little more. Also it really makes me want Red Velvet Pancakes.
  10. Sugar Bear||Bun||Pop
    At least two of these remind me of breakfast cereal. Anything with "pop," or "bun" in it is win.