honeybunch


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honeybunch

(ˈhʌnɪˌbʌntʃ) or

honeybun

n
informal chiefly US honey; darling: a term of endearment
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He nicknamed her "Honeybunch," she said, and told her she was "smart and beautiful just like his daughter."
Salutations across the correspondence range from "My honey fudge," "Honeybunch," and "My honey," to "My darling," "My heart," and "My darling man," in addition to the eponymous title of the volume.
As someone who's never been married, I cherish the thought that some day I could be enough of a grown up to take that quantum leap in faith about myself and say "Honeybunch, I'm going to be in your corner forever and a day.
The most confrontational of the works examined are focalized through "the Bunch," a deliberate inversion of the otherwise sweet-sounding pet name "honeybunch." In choosing that moniker, Kominsky-Crumb was turning the tables on a sexy adolescent character in her husband's work.
"First impressions are as important in taste as they are in love," Allen wrote after biting into one of their Golden Honeybunch. "Tomato flavor is complex, fleeting, impossible to describe.
** GIBB, Dave (illus.) Ingrid Mauger (text) Hello Honeybunch Ingrid Mauger, 2008 unpaged $14.95 pbk ISBN 9780646495767