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I thought it would be nice if we could put all our abbreviations into one thread, especially for the new members (okay and for those of us who sometimes have no idea what others are talking about-like me with the DH thing)

 

so here is what I know so far

 

AHR - At home reception

AI - All Inclusive

BD Pics - boudoir pictures

BDW - best destination wedding (our forum & the website)

BM - Bridesmaid OR Best Man

BRB - be right back

BTW - By the Way

DD - Dear daughter

DF - dear fiance

DH - dear hubby

DS - dear son

DIY - Do it yourself

DW - destination wedding

EP - European Plan

E-pics - engagement pictures

E-ring - Engagement ring

ETA - estimated time of arrival, edited to add

ETD - esitmated time of departure

FI - Fiance

FBIL - Future Brother-in-law

FFIL - Future Father-in-law

FMIL - Future Mother-in-law

FSIL - Future Sister-in-law

FG - Flower girl

FX - fingers crossed

GF - Girlfriend

GM - Groomsmen

HM - Honeymoon

HTH - hope this helps

IMO - in my opinion

IMHO - in my honest/humble option

JOP - Justice of the Peace

KWIM - Know what I Mean

LOL - laugh on line OR laugh out loud

MIB - message in a bottle (invites)

MIL - mother in law

MOD - Moderator (of this forum)

MOH - maid of honor

MOTM - member of the month

MTOH - matron of honor

NWT - new with tags

OBO - or best offer

OMG - oh my god / gosh / goodness

OOT- Out Of Town (usually referring to OOT bags, or welcome bags, for guests)

OPK - Ovulation Predictor Kit

PITA - Pain in the ASS

POAS - Pee on a stick (pregnancy test)

PM - private message

PSA - Public Service Announement

RB - Ring bearer

ROFL - rolling on the floor laughing

ROR - Riu Ocho Rios (Jamaica)

ROTFLAO - Rolling on the floor laughing my ass off

SAHM - Stay at home mom

STD - Save The Date

SO - Significant other

TA - travel agent

TCOYF - Taking Care of Your Fertility (a book)

TIA - Thanks in advance

TTA - trying to avoid (pregnancy)

TTC - trying to conceive

TTD - Trash the Dress

TTYL - Talk to ya later

TY - Thank you

WB - Wedding band

WC - wedding coordinator

WP - Wedding party

WTF - What the F$%(!

WW - Weight watchers

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Thank-you!! I am so happy you posted this. I was starting to feel a little left out because I didn't know the lingowink.gif

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