10 Cheesy & Ranchy Nicknames For Your Midwestern Valentine
We're sticking to what we know in the Midwest for Valentine's Day.
TODAY just came out with a list of 80 cutesy names for your boyfriend this Valentine's Day. They include some golden nuggets like:
- Pop Tart
- Sweets McGee
- Fluffy pie
- The wooer
Those could definitely get your man hot and bothered. And while most of the nicknames are pretty generic, if you're dating a Midwesterner, you can get much more specific and "endearing".
So here are a few pet names for the Midwestern love in your life.
This one actually seems viable. Who doesn't love a scotcheroo?
Being one letter away from 'raunchy', I see no way this could go wrong. You can add in everyone's favorite brand of it too, but that might seem even more promiscuous.
Maybe if you find them to be really good at defense and awful at offense.
Who wouldn't want to hear after a long day: "aww there's my sweet little Casserole."
After this January, I think we may actually all be snow by this point. Perfect pet name for the one always working the snowblower.
I can guarantee you a Wisconsin man would appreciate this more than "fluffy pie". Nothing says you're more loved than someone comparing you to the most prized fried appetizer in the Midwest.
How many of us go to chili to warm up this time of the year? Perfect for your S.O. that doubles as a space heater.
Racine, Wisconsin is known as the "Kringle Capital of the World". The pastry has become very much a Wisconsin thing.
Puppy Chow (or Muddy Buddies) is a sweet snack staple across the Midwest.
And last, but not least:
Especially if you're in the QCA. 'Dear' is outdated. 'Deere' passes the vibe check.
For the record, in legit partner pet names, the Midwest is split. Iowa and Illinois prefer "babe", while Wisconsin and other states prefer "honey".
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