Rather than catching up with the Kardashians or honey Boo Boo.
Broiled Chicken with honey and Lemon by Helen Nash This chicken is ridiculously simple and delicious.
His other series— Fame and 15 Minutes—feature celebrities like Lady Gaga, Selena Gomez, honey Boo Boo, and Kim Kardashian.
There, Annie Stein would tap me on the head and say, “Now, honey, this is so-and-so,” and pair me with a black child.
And one morning, when a campaign aide called their hotel room, she answered and asked in clear tones: “Your name Hollings, honey?”
Her heart's made of honey and sugar, and everything soft and sticky.
He hated his liquid tones, like honey dripping on a blue plush sofa.
I may as well describe the mode of finding the honey the bee-hunters adopt.
When the monkey saw that it was honey in the dish he was very happy.
The desert was His, as well as the land flowing with milk and honey.
Old English hunig, from Proto-Germanic *hunagam- (cf. Old Norse hunang, Swedish honung, Old Saxon huneg, Old Frisian hunig, Middle Dutch honich, Dutch honig, Old High German honang, German Honig "honey"); perhaps from PIE *k(e)neko- "yellow, golden" (cf. Sanskrit kancanum, Welsh canecon "gold"). The more common Indo-European word is represented by Gothic miliþ (from PIE *melith "honey;" see Melissa). A term of endearment from at least mid-14c. Meaning "anything good of its kind" is 1888, American English.
mid-14c., from honey (n.). Related: Honeyed; honeying.