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    Yeah, sorry but where is the option for "Mam and Dad" it's what us northerners say and it blatently the best way to say MAM

    (Mummy? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA weirdos :p: )
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    I call my mother Mam or Mother but I call my father Daddy
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    I say mother and daddy-just used to it
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    mum and dad. occasionally la mere, le pere, mutti, vater, mama, baba or any other foreign variant. sometimes just "parent."
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    mom & dad.. daddy when i want something ($$!) or want to go somewhere, mummy dearest when she gets on my nerves, parental unit when I need one of them to come to me and help me fix something...
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    Mummy and Daddy.

    It would feel so unutterably WEIRD to call them by their first names! :eek:

    I suppose when I'm a parent myself (if that happens, of course), then I'll have to grow out of it and call them 'Mum' and 'Dad' instead, though.
 
 
 

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