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Old 21.08.2013, 13:57
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

Yes, that was the end for George and me.
Or Georgli as I liked to call him.
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Old 21.08.2013, 14:01
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

hehe, smile... and how was he in bed? Some say he is actually gay...
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Old 21.08.2013, 14:58
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

Maybe I'm really Hannah's uncle
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Old 21.08.2013, 15:05
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

My husband just calls me spoiled.
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Old 21.08.2013, 15:09
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

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Small question: Who the fluck is Ali?
Were you not here in 2009? You would know who Ali is otherwise... some will probably remember the campaign...

http://www.affichage.ro/media/filer_...li_kebap_e.pdf
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Old 21.08.2013, 15:24
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Were you not here in 2009? You would know who Ali is otherwise... some will probably remember the campaign...

http://www.affichage.ro/media/filer_...li_kebap_e.pdf
Yep I was here...
Ali Kebap posters
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Old 21.08.2013, 15:26
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

Stinker.

(seriously)

or even, stinkerli...
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Old 21.08.2013, 15:30
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Stinker.

(seriously)

or even, stinkerli...
Once, I overheard "mis Schiisserli".

Seriously.
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Old 21.08.2013, 15:37
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

My Swiss girlfriends used to call me "Ron Jeremy", "Rössli"
or "King Dong".
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Old 22.08.2013, 00:14
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I used to get called müsi büsi. Not sure of the actual meaning though....

Knowing my ex it probably wasn't so nice
Mis Büsi = my small cat
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Old 22.08.2013, 00:15
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Small question: Who the fluck is Ali?
Nobody in particular or everybody
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Old 22.08.2013, 00:46
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

Sometimes my wife calls me schnügu.

But usually she calls me sauheib
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

Haha, for some reason I find that really cute.
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Old 22.08.2013, 08:19
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Sometimes my wife calls me schnügu.

But usually she calls me sauheib
Schnügü is nice. But then you forgot the "C" as it is
chaibe Saucheib
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

I call my partner liebster, she quite likes it, even though, as she tells me, doesn't mean anything in German
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Old 28.07.2016, 20:32
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I call my partner liebster, she quite likes it, even though, as she tells me, doesn't mean anything in German
Better Liebster than Lobster
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Old 28.07.2016, 20:42
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I call my partner liebster, she quite likes it, even though, as she tells me, doesn't mean anything in German
It does. It means masculin form of "dearest".
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

Schnugg, Schnügel, Schnügeli would translate into sweetie. Gnugg or Gnuggi is my favorite, because I invented it :-) Found out at IKEA that "gnugga" means "to rub, grinding" in Swedish. So that kinda fits, too! ;-)
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Old 28.07.2016, 23:35
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Re: Swiss German nicknames for romantic partners

"Schnuetzelbär"

(Not Swiss but German)
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"Schnuetzelbär"

(Not Swiss but German)
With /ue/, it is very Swiss. Schnutzelbär is more Germany's German.
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