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Darling (used as a form of address)
- ‘Okay honeybun, where did you put my card anyway?’
- ‘I know honeybunch, but you would still be staying with two boys in a dorm in London.’
- ‘That's right, honeybunch, you tell him how to establish successful relationships with patients when you've just forbidden him to have patients at all.’
- ‘You're safe, honeybunch, that's all that matters.’
- ‘Look honeybun, of course I know where I'm going, so just sit back and enjoy yourself in the backseat, because we're taking the all-expense paid scenic route to our destination tonight!’
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