I know I probably will sound really mean for saying this, but...I think nothing irks me more than girls that call their boyfriends "hubby", when they're not married at all. I've seen a grown trend in this, especially on social networking sites where they'll refer to him as their "hubby"...like not even HUSBAND, but "hubby". Everytime I see it I want to reply back to their post and call them out on it and be like, "You aren't married, you're not even engaged, and you don't live together so he's not even your common law husband, he's your BOYFRIEND". lol..Of course I've never done it or ever would actually say that to them. And I probably sound like I'm being a snob now because I'm engaged and will actually have a husband soon, but I've always hated that, long before I was engaged.
Does anybody else feel that way?
Oh wait it gets worse. I actually don't even like the term hubby, even if you are married. I mean, to each his own. I totally get that its a cute term of endearment and is used when you're actually married. But I don't think I could ever refer to my husband as "hubby". haha I feel silly even saying it.
I've also noticed some of my friends, close friends mind you, will refer to their husband in conversation with me as "husband". Like, as if I don't know who their husband is, I've only been calling him by his name for 10 years! And you've always referred to him by his name, now you're always referring to him as "husband"? Example, "Well, my husband (pronounced with an emphasis) and I went out to dinner last night, blah blah blah". Everytime it happens I laugh and call them out on it. What the heck is this? Do chicks feel like they need to remind everyone they're married now? Yes....I know, he's your husband. I was at your wedding. I didn't suddenly forget what your relationship status is. haha it cracks me up each time! I totally get referring to him as your husband if its someone who you dont know, or are introducing him to someone, etc. But really? C'mon! Stop the madness. lol!