what do you call your parents?

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having a bit of an austen phase, so it's mamaaa....but dad's usually daddy
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Dad and Caroline (i don't call Caroline step-mum) and i don't talk to or see my mum that much but i call her mummy quite a lot really, or mother when she has been bad and i'm mad at her.
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mum and dad
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(Original post by wiwarin_mir)
What exactly do you call your parents when you refer to them? (no name calling, just things like mum or mother)
Sir and Mam.
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mam and dad- northern influence there
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mum and pappa
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(Original post by tammypotato)
no pere is father
Interesting my dad is iranian i call my mother maman and pere is a word for dad as well :eek: but i call my dad baba...
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Mam an Dad. Inspired!
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mum and dad
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Mum/Mam, or an exasperated Mother, if she's late or something, and just plain old Dad. Grandparents are Nana and Grandar, and Nanny. I don't know anybody else who uses them!
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Ma (sometimes Mum) and Dad...

Grandparents are Grandma, Grandpa <-- that one's pronounced Grampa tho lol.
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(Original post by wiwarin_mir)
What exactly do you call your parents when you refer to them? (no name calling, just things like mum or mother)
dad = pa|
mum = ma or mamti
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mum, and always mum (mummy is to childish and she'd go ape if i called her that)
dad
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“male financial assistant” and “female financial assistant”
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“male financial assistant” and “female financial assistant”
hmm, on par with male progenitor and female progenitor
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“male financial assistant” and “female financial assistant”
that's a bit long isn't it?
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Janet and Jim. This seems to be highly unusual. Makes sense to me.
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Lol this thread is so highly uninteresting... I refer to her as "Darling Mother of Mine" and to him as "Gangsta."
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Pa and Ma....sometimes Sir and Mother Dearest! :cool:
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(Original post by wiwarin_mir)
What exactly do you call your parents when you refer to them? (no name calling, just things like mum or mother)
"where's my dinner" and "where's my pocket money"

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