You obviously did not enjoy my link then, lol.
Classic. Its amazing how often Seinfeld comes up in conversation.
I can tie almost everything in life to a Seinfeld episode. Plus, sadly, I carry George Costanza's wallet.
Must have missed that episode.
Oh. One of those guys.
I bet that violates fire codes in some states.
On the "babydoll" name ... there's actually a story.
Apparently there's a strip club somewhere in town called "Babydolls". Wife and I were driving on the freeway and there was a Babydolls billboard with a top-heavy blonde on it. My eyes wandered to the billboard (so sue me), and my wife said "Oh, so you want to go to Babydolls, huh?" (her way of telling me I was caught).
I said ... "Nah, I got my babydoll right here." It was a schmaltzy throwaway line to divert attention from my diversion of attention. But, she thought it was sweet, and the name stuck. Heh.
Jack's story is, I believe, the essence of the whole pet name conumdrum. Pet names need to be linked to some event, some significant aspect of your relationship, otherwise they are just another name. I don't recommend calling your girl 'Jellybean' unless you have some sort of mutual history with that particular candy. Alternatively, the pet name 'shit-for-brains', which does not particularly sound flattering, can make a good, meaningful pet name as long as there is a good story behind it.
You are in Topeka, aren't you!?!
Heh. Nope ... Houston.