It's pretty creepy to call or be called daddy in my opinion. Why, oh why, would I want someone to refer to me as a father figure while we bone?
@Scottles, it's better than saying fvck me dad
@JJD2016, yeah, but like, slightly
@Scottles, well it's really similar to saying Baby, which, when you think about it, is even more creepy. But I agree, it's pretty weird. Maybe it needs some time to appear more normal.
@A pet named Steve, baby is a bit odd too, but it was probably weird at first too. Now it is such a part of relationship culture it is normal, maybe soon the people with parental issues that use the word "daddy" will make it more normal in future generations
@Scottles, its not like about the father figure though. Its a type of power play. You don't usually call the girl duaghter. Shes usually your princess or good girl, or bad haha. Its not the incest aspect that excites people.
@rapey the stick man, still, fvcking weird. Same as calling a woman "mommy" in bed
@Scottles, to each their own. I personally love having a daddy. Some guys do, the ones who are into the female doms
@rapey the stick man, we'll, whatever floats your boat of course, just seems to have incestuous undertones to me, but hey I'm nobody to judge
@Scottles, i understand your discomfort with the incestual undertone. From personal experience, it really is about power. As a father, you're a respected figure that not only provides/nurtures but disciplines when necessary ;) when someone calls you daddy in bed, theyre being submissive and saying "youre in charge". Even though I like it, I still find it weird sometimes. Try it out if you like being in charge.
@Trademark Toast, so it's a bdsm thing? I like the occasional dirty talk but my Wife and I are pretty vanilla and I don't mean to seem judgy. What's wrong with Master instead of daddy? Is it a slavery implication? Or is daddy just what caught on? I'm genuinely curious.
@Scottles, you're fine. Definitely not coming across negatively. I wouldnt say its totally bdsm but its definitely domination. It's another thing to add to your arsenal of dirty talk. IMO, being called master or sir is more intense/ bdsm-esque. Nothing wrong with it but its not quite my taste rn. For me, as a guy, i didnt have the best father. So one of my NON-sexual fantasies is to be a great father to future kids. A lot of girls find father figures sexy regardless of whether they have daddy issues or mor. It works out for both parties. I think its also what caught on to some extent.
@Trademark Toast, oh ok that makes sense. Thank you.
@Scottles, idk you tell me, daddy ;)
@Scottles, you say father figure like its a bad thing
@Scottles, daddy is more gentle than master. I like both, it just kind of depends on how hardcore I want it to be. It probably helps that i dont call my own dad, dad or daddy or anything. My term of endearment for him has always been viejo, which means old man. So to me, daddy doesnt hold any family value.
@Scottles, Master is a little too harsh for some females/ couples. In most bdsm relationships though master or sir is very common. And then there's the special DD/lg (Daddy Dom/ little girl) combination. It's not necessarily combined with age play, but it can be. "Daddy" is used for a respected, but also very loving, gentle and caring dominant partner, in contrary to the very authoritarian master/sir. "Little girls" like to be innocent, sweet, playful and love being taken care of. So you could say it "takes the edge off" bdsm play and softens it a little.
@Scottles, I don't get it either. I once dated a white guy who wanted me to call him Papi all the time because I'm Hispanic. Creeped me out so broke up with him.
Ain't nobody calling you daddy if you're 5'9"
@BaratieBlue, legitimately lol'd at this. Thank you for a good laugh, sir!
@BaratieBlue, absolutely right. My man is 5'9" and I call him master.
@BaratieBlue, DAMN RIGHT (saying while 5'7" and 19 years old with no hope of growing)
@BaratieBlue, wow im 5'8" you racist!
@PartyFork, try being 5'4
And thus, "bruh" was what kids called their male parental figure. And as the wheel turned, "bruh" became what girls called their partners. And so "zmmmmbop" became what children called their male parental figure, and so on and so forth for all eternity.
If a girl ever calls me daddy, I'm calling her mommy just to see how she reacts.
Bill Clinton: What do you need Monica? No don't worry..Hillary isn't here right now, she's in the woods I think. Yes you can call me Daddy all you want...Huehue
My guy is way older than me but he calls me baby girl. I dont mind it at all, but calling him daddy would never happen. Eww
I hate it when girls call you daddy during sex, but then call you baby when you're out in public. Make up your damn mind. Am I your father or not?
@Grybo101, i do that sometimes and its mostly cause guys (at least in my experience) tend to really like a girl who can be cute and innocent in public but more hot and dirty in private.... having 2 different pet names helps communicate what youre feeling at that moment
everyone on steam calls me "daddy" because i have a deep voice. so agter about 6 months of that, i changed my name to "daddy" on there. im used to it.