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I've seen a whole bunch of posts where the term "DH" is used and they are not talking about dermatitis herpetiformis. It seems to be something to do with their husband. Please help. I hope this isn't a stupid question.

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Dear husband...

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Thank you. I figured it was something like that.

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while we're talking about acronyms, what is LOL?? I've been trying to figure that out for months!

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Laughing out loud

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And IMHO = in my honest opinion

Any others people can think of to share in case somebody doesn't know?

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BTW = by the way

ROFL = rolling on the floor laughing

w/ = with (and w/o is without)

any others that we use a lot here?

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IMHO = in my honest opinion
I was wondering what that was, Thanks!
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Anyone care to explain LMAO? (LOL!)

Karen

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I wish I knew of this site before!! It took me months to finally figure out ROFLMAO!!!!! :lol::lol:

Karen

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And IMHO = in my honest opinion

Any others people can think of to share in case somebody doesn't know?

Oh, I thought that one was humble opinion....

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celiac3270-

That's what I thought to...I guess it can be used both ways :blink:

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Oh, I thought that one was humble opinion....

According to the site cdford posted you guys are right! It's in my humble opinion.

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I use the "humble" version, so if I feel inclined to modify it to "IMnotsoHO", I can. :-P

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