Is it an age or a type of guy? Is it different than a bear?
I asked the same question when someone called me a "papi" and he said it is another word for "daddy".
but i just saw a craigs list for "partied up papi" and the age was 25. I dont get it.
A child calls his/her father "Papi" which means "Daddy." But Papi (and its female equivalent Mami) can also be used as a term of endearment for peoples of all ages (the Puerto Rican side of my family calls my baby nephew Papi), usually affectionately and often to someone considered sexy. (It does not mean Daddy as in an older man.)
um, your latin-centric view of "children" is repugnant, R3. Please refrain from spilling your hegemony so sanctimoneously on this thread. No asian children refer to their father as "papi" and we Asians are the majority of the world. (None really from northern Europe do either, as far as I can tell.)
4/10, r4. It could have been funnier.
It is used differently in different countries. Mexicans don't use that word in a sexual context, like how Puerto Ricans do.
Archie) She's calling me papi, I'm not her papi
Theresa) Oh that's what we call all the cute old men.
Theresa the border on "All In The Family"
Papi, when used by straight men tends to meet "stud" or "player." It's a friendly term used among friends.
Papi does not mean older. In fact, a younger man is way more likely to get called papi than an older man.
What's papi chulo?
R6 is correct. The usage varies from area to area, and in general, people of Mexican descent do NOT use 'papi' in a sexual way.
OOH ... Hector Elizondo!
The guy I met on Craigslist a couple of weeks ago is originally from South America. Uruguay, I think. And he wants me to call him Papi while he fucks me.
[quote]in general, people of Mexican descent do NOT use 'papi' in a sexual way.
What about that CHASING PAPI movie starring Mexican actor Eduardo Verástegui? He's a player in that.
I'm Hispanic, and I can corroborate R6 as well. In that movie, the "papi" refers to the "stud" that R8 mentions - it just means "alpha male", not necessarily a term of sexual desire.
Hey, did Eduardo Verastegui ever come out of the closet? The Mexican tabloids linked him with Ricky Martin back when Martin was still pretending to be straight.
I'd ask my blatino husbear, but he's too busy fucking me with his thick, uncut enormous Domincan pinga.
I get "papá" a lot from gay guys from Mexico. I can't tell whether it's equivalent to "daddy" or "dude."
It means the same thing as "Imzadi" in Betazoid.
El Siseo MayorHomosexual (ESM)
Deanna, someone is going to have you ejected into space for that.
R10, I will have you ejected into space!
I prefer to be called "pa" instead of papi. Dudes are too quick to call a guy papi without a proper relational foundation with you. I like how Dominicans call me "pa" with an air of masculine respect.
R9, a papi chulo is a sexy guy.
Come on over to mi casa and I will show you what a "papi" is baby.
I can't stand for femmy dudes to call me papi. They don't know me like that. So annoying.
well, R20 just embarrassed himself and showed he has no clue about language.
R26, is it sort of like how some people hate it when a stranger, like a sales person or waitress, gets over familiar and calls them "honey?"
I learned about "papi" the right way- met a very hot hispanic fellow about 4 AM returning to the house one summer evening in the Pines.
One of the more memorable encounters in my life (probably 95% of them are forgotten or a haze)- sex, all manner until about 11 AM, and he used "papi" all the time. I got it- and a lot more.
'Papi' grosses me out. It's worse than shaved pubes. Roughly on the same level as being cruised by an old chub or a sissy prisspot. BARF.
This older, closeted Muslim guy I work with gave me a pair of skimpy black Papi-brand briefs, and they're mortifying. I sometimes wear them when all other underwear is in the hamper and I haven't had a chance to do laundry.
Papi is an expression of endearment.
Papi from a girl:
To her lover - sex talk
To her son - term of endearment
To her Dad - Daddy
Papi from a straight guy:
To his buddy - Dude, stud
To his father - Dad
To a total stranger - I'm being friendly, somewhat familiar, you're probably around my age, but not a sexual thing at all (neither something ever used towards a respected elder nor a term of endearment). Your car mechanic may call you papi when he's delivering bad news for instance (but "papa" is the more frequently used term of choice).
Papi from a gay guy:
The above for straight guys, plus:
To an object of desire - a definite come on
To a lover - sex talk
To an object of derision - dripping with the bitchiest drag queeny sarcasm.
Papito is most frequently a sexual term or a term of eandearment.
And papi with any adjective after it (chulo, rico, chevere) covers the gamut between endearment, flirtation, and outright sex)
Oops and papi from a girl to a stranger: similar to the straight guy's approach to a stranger except she should be careful to restrict it to the very young or the very old because anyone qualified to be a date/gentleman caller/whatever can get mixed signals.
Now tell us about "Mami".
And I will laugh from cold maw of SPACE!
I get called papi a lot. Does "papo" mean the same thing as "papi"? One of my Latino coworkers who is a guy calls me "papo" all the time.
"Papo" is the Puerto Rican equivalent of "Mac", as in "Hey Mac" or "Hey pal", "Daddy-O", etc. And probably from the same era - though some may still use it
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
We are switching to the new platform for The DataLounge this weekend. All of our mobile users have been using it for over a week and all first time users have been using it for about a month - which adds up to well over one million users. So we're ready to end this phase of the testing and move everybody to the new site. (more)
And yes, we've changed the look and some of how it operates.
Yes, we know you just *hate* it in well in advance.
Yes, we know we suck.
Yes, we are the biggest suckers that ever sucked.
But it was time for a change and with the huge shift to mobile it was long overdue. We've taken this opportunity not only to update the look but also make major changes under the hood (or "bonnet" if you're either British or pretentious or both). And we have to prepare for 2016 - a presidential election year where we can normally expect to see a 60% jump in traffic (yes, we've seen 5 presidential elections so far…Christ we're old).
The site has a bunch - nay, plethora - of new features which will make the site more usable: better search, the ability to ignore posters and threads, see link previews, to pick up a thread where you left off, spam and malware filtering and more.
If you want you can go explore and see for yourself, Click here.
And while running the tests we've noticed two interesting reactions to the new system - people are spending more time on the site and more people that come stay around longer and look at more stuff. Both good things. Yay!
Possibly we've not slain all the dragons and there will be issues that come up during the switchover. There's a help button in the lower right hand corner of the page which you can use to send us bug reports.
Please include as much information about the hardware (PC, Mac, Tablet, Phone etc), operating system (Windows, Mac OS, Android, iOS etc) and browser (Chrome, Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer etc) that you are using as possible to help us replicate and fix the problem.
Please note that complaints about colors, fonts, icons and the like are not "bugs" - they are design choices that we've made and we expect one or two cases of world-class bitching. But they won't actually cause headaches, scurvy, heart attacks, Restless Leg Syndrome, Morgellon's Disease or the vapors (but have your smelling salts at hand just in case).
Talking to DataLounge servers. Please wait a moment...