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Date Signed Up:1/26/2013
Last Login:7/29/2015
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#97 - **xxbutthurtxx used "*roll 1, 1-1000000*"** **xxbutthurtxx … 07/22/2015 on Skyrim Roulette 0
#93 - You should see a doctor 07/18/2015 on President of action 0
#4491 - **xxbutthurtxx used "*roll picture*"** **xxbutthurtxx rolle… 07/13/2015 on Your new sex toy 0
#33 - Wow you really put some time into that very detailed explainat… 07/10/2015 on Lemons! +1
#27 - Would an american explain to me how pumpkin is supposed to be …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/10/2015 on Lemons! +8
User avatar #32 - carnivalistic (07/10/2015) [-]
Though I'm not American, I believe the "cute" part of it is meant to be that it's a replacement for sweet, as pumpkin bread and other goods are generally sweet. So when you call someone a pumpkin, you'd be calling them "sweet" or some other variant - most likely to be "sweetie."

As for the actual origins of the term, it gained popularity in the later portion of the 20th century as an affectionate nickname, with one popular song being John Prines "Daddy's little Pumpkin" and even earlier still, the term pumpkin as a nickname being used in "The Sadness in Lexington Avenue" by Myron Brinig, which is a good read.
User avatar #33 - xxbutthurtxx (07/10/2015) [-]
Wow you really put some time into that very detailed explaination, even explaining the origins of the term.

Thank you very much and have a nice day you fat fucking vegetable ,no but really thank you very much .
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#22 - I'm German and I can understant every single word, scottish is… 06/28/2015 on Road problems in √Čire +3
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#1 - amdim (05/12/2014) [-]
fish.
User avatar #2 to #1 - xxbutthurtxx (05/13/2014) [-]
Yes, fish indeed.
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