• "Pet name" as in the name of a pet? My aunt had a mean cat she named Miss B*t¢h¥. As for an endearing nickname, I've heard couples call each other "sugar booger," which I find humousous and odd.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      Thanks for sharing! Having a little trouble reading? Not a problem. Everyone has misread questions, including me at times when I get distracted while composing an answer. The question is simple as in: "What is a funny pet name?" I don't think most AB'ers have animals to be naming pets. To touch in a reasonable sense, I'm asking what is the funniest pet name you or anyone else has heard. Miss B*t¢h¥ - a name that I've been called is funny. :D
    • bostjan the adequate 🥉
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      I see what you mean, but and I say BUT, depending on the context and the category, (English has no governing authority) that allows or denies how words are spelled, used and pronounced. Therefore... *Facepalm* You asked for it. LOL
    • bostjan the adequate 🥉
      You are correct, and that is precisely the reason I provided not one, but two potential answers. It sounds like the former of the two satisfied your intended meaning, so I'm not sure any reason to defend your usage, or especially spelling or pronunciation.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      And that's why I said, "Miss B*t¢h¥" is funny. So relax, smile, rate me for the good questions I ask and move on to the next question.
  • Humpy. I have a friend who has a pug. He humps what attracts him out of excitement, dominance, play, sex and of course... to release stress. lol
    • dalcocono
      There's a store/cafe in my area everybody called "Humpys". The name was really Humphrey's, but there was no f nor r in our old language, so it became humpys.
    • Jenny The Great ⭐
      "Humpys" is supported by Wikipedia:
  • Rascal. That little Rascal is at it again. lol
  • I think funniest pet name I heard was a woman who named her cat Doggie.
  • I met a tiny little black chihuahua once named Mr. Ratley. 11/23/23

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