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    Default another silly question

    Husband and I will be comeing to Jamaica/CSA for the first time. I have been reading the MB and have come across this abbreration "DH". I understand the content but what is the meaning.

    Thank- you

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    Darling Husband or Dear Husband (maybe even Darned husband!)
    PAPA SMOKE

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    dear husband

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    DH - Dear (darling) Husband

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    Red-
    Don't feel bad about asking the question. Message board abbreviations sometimes need an interpreter. You'll catch on quick.
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    While DH is a common abbreviation for Dear (Darling) Husband, the wife is commonly abbreviated as B&C.

    Here is a subtle hint for this abbreviation...
    Last edited by jamaican_junkie; February 17th, 2010 at 02:28 PM.

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    LOL, I didn't know what it was either.. from context, I figured out they were talking about their hubby.. I was thinking designated hitter, which in the right frame of mine, works.

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    Can anyone help with this abbreviation? What does it mean when someone types "BumP"

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    For some reason I was unable to open JJ's gif - probably a good thing though! LOL You might also see DD (darlin daughter), DS (darlin son), etc... Or, somewhat less common, JJ = Jamaican Junkie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richli2 View Post
    Can anyone help with this abbreviation? What does it mean when someone types "BumP"
    "Bump" is an internet term used when one wants a thread to move to the top of a forum by giving it a new reply. "TTT" or "to the top" is the same.

    Both are generally frowned on by netiquette sticklers and many forum moderators as they don't allow for impartiality and "forace" a thread up while someone else's gets pushed down.

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    jerzzgirl, here is one you'll see quite often, typically as bumper stickers or tattoos...
    Last edited by jamaican_junkie; February 17th, 2010 at 02:28 PM.

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