I say either honey, master, shug, darlin', or dearie
wat up babe
When I'm talking about someone, who's name i don't know, I call them kid.
For example: "That one kid ran up to me and I don't even know him"
But otherwise that, I don't use anything else. It kinda creeps me out, I guess you could say.
I call my six year old cosoun 'Angel' as in Angel from Maximum ride :D
I call everybody Hon, and they all think I'm crazy. I'm in seventh grade, and I'll be walking down the hallway with a new kid, and they'll be like, "Wow, it's so much sunny outside." and I'll say, "Hon, I'm pretty sure it's 'So sunny'" and they look at me weird because I called them hon.
Especially the guys...o.o
Honey, hun, dear, darling, sweetie, kid, and most of all I say dearest. Mostly to the little seventh and sixth graders that I barely know.
"Get out of my way, kid."
"Listen, dearest, you have no idea and you never will, because I'm not going to tell you."
"To a friend Aww, sweetie, I'm sorry. Hugs"
"Darling, kindly shut up."
"Listen, kid, to be honest, you're an idiot."
I use 'Monster' a lot, usually with another descriptor (Chocolate Monster if they're eating a ton of chocolate, Crazy Monster, etc.). My sister used to love being called a Peculiarity. XD
Probably honey or angel. But there's another one in my language which I would probably also use: "kulta", which means gold.
Boo Bear XD
I call my niece Honey Bunch and my nephew Honey Crunch.