One almost expects him to start addressing voters as "hon" or announce that his favorite beer is Natty Boh.
Gabel gwi blow his hon an sinners better be a-moanin an a-prayin.
For the first time in forty years, hon, I haven't got the shakes—look at me!
"hon'lable p'lice patrol come 'long plenty soon," murmured Sin Sin Wa.
"Sure I'm glad to see you, hon," she said, trying to look past him at the speaker.
His resentment was night-blurred; he was solicitous in inquiring, "What's the trouble, hon?"
"You see, hon, I want to have a clean slate," he went on rather lamely.
hon sagiz eigi vita, hvrt hana hefi yfir flutt mar ea trǫll.
With milk (whack) and hon (whack) ey blest (whack, whack, whack).
The expression uma no hon, "old horse-bone," requires explanation.
1721 as short for honorable; 1906 as short for honey in the affectionate sense.
Sweetheart; honey •Used in direct address: What's that, hon? (1906+)