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  • He calls her darlin' and kisses her with a rough beard.

    Hog Heaven

  • 9: 21 PM gal writer said ... darlin ', darlin', darlin '... as an expat tx gal mysel, currently in california, fixin to be further, i must say: beans are not optional.

    Nachos 101 | Homesick Texan

  • Now darlin, that is some kindly southern hospitality.

    Shelbyville Times-Gazette Headlines

  • Nothin 'I can do to please ya' darlin ', I just can't get along with you

    Harry's Blues Lyrics Online: Stevie Ray Vaughan, page 3

  • He said "look at me, no, LOOK AT ME" about 50 times, raised his voice a lot, said "it's [name] on the Jeremy Kyle Show everyone!" every time someone came out (or went off the stage) and called people 'darlin' and 'babe' no matter how ugly they were.

    'It's Emma on The Jeremy Kyle Show everyone!'

  • With all the "darlin '" this and "darlin '" that, those Texas accents are oddly compelling.

    idiot-milk Diary Entry

  • And Aunt Nina would have apoplexy if she knew her 'darlin' pet 'was going into that part of town!

    The Witness

  • “That’s my wife you’re calling darlin’,” Gabe muttered as he pulled out a chair and sat down at the table.

    Risk No Secrets

  • To have been patted kindly on the shoulder and called "darlin '," to have been offered a surprise of early mushrooms for supper, to have had all the glory of making two dollars and twenty-seven cents in a single day, and then to renounce it all and withdraw from these pleasant successes, needed much resolution.

    Mrs. Todd

  • "Bless th 'darlin'," said Bridget, cuddling him in her arms, but

    The Cheerful Smugglers

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