And here’s a warning: far too often, those cheesy pet names aren’t ones that we choose for ourselves.Sometimes we just have to loosen up a little bit, shrug our shoulders and learn to love whatever cutesy name our lover decides is best suited to us.A few days later, a leg was found floating in the Hudson River near the Upper West Side, near the W 79th Street Boat Basin by a passing female jogger who called the police around 12.35pm.

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Londono's torso was found floating in Brooklyn on June 27 and she was identified by her mother, who noted the Sanskrit tattoo on the woman's right hip.

Officials had been interviewing Lolos as part of their investigation and said he had been consistently using his dead girlfriend's credit cards after she disappeared.

Lolos was charged Friday with the murder of his 31-year-old girlfriend, who was found floating in Brooklyn on June 27 Authorities said Lolos dismembered Londono in her home state before tossing her remains into the Hudson River, according to PIX 11.

The news outlet reported the man had repeatedly used Londono's credit cards up until he was arrested.

It’s one thing to be in love and be proud of it, but it’s another thing entirely to make everyone around you sick. But having a secret, private pet name for your sweetheart really can be a good way to add a little fun and intimacy to your romantic relationship or marriage.

Heck, even couples who promise themselves that they’ll never use sappy pet names usually use them eventually anyway!

Just choose carefully, and keep in mind that I say “private times” for a reason; bust out some of these sappy nicknames at the wrong time in public and you just might end up getting cold water tossed on you!

They've been dating 6 months now,” the source tells Us of Robertson and Adam, who resides in Venice, Calif. She loves that he's tall and that he’s not on social media,” the insider adds.

DNA from the leg will be compared with DNA from the torso to confirm that the leg is from the same woman.

Witnesses who saw the torso in the Red Hook channel on June 27 said the 'butchered' corpse looked as though it was deliberately mutilated.'The woman wasn't just murdered — she was butchered,' the man who found the body told the Post.

Last week, her headless and decomposing body was found floating near the rocks off Pier 44 in Red Hook, Brooklyn.