What All Those Forum Shorthands Mean

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What All Those Forum Shorthands Mean

Post by ErinHuffstetler » Wed Aug 26, 2015 6:44 pm

New to the forum, and trying to figure out what all our shorthands mean? Here's a handy cheatsheet:

dh - darling husband or dear husband

ds - darling son or dear son

dd - darling daughter or dear daughter

dmil - darling mother-in-law or dear mother-in-law

dfil - darling father-in-law and dear father-in-law

dsil- darling sister-in-law or dear father-in-law (can also stand for darling son-in-law)

btw - by the way

b1g1 - buy-one-get-one-free

bogo - buy-one-get-one-free

ECBs - ExtraCare Bucks (the rewards coupons that print out on CVS receipts)

EBs - also stands for ExtraCare Bucks

FAR - free after rebate

FREE - not a shorthand, but it's one of our favorite words. Use it often, and we're sure to love ya :)

OAMC - once-a-month cooking

PG - Procter & Gamble -- still another coupon insert in the Sunday paper

RP - Red Plum -- another coupon insert in the Sunday paper

RR - Register Rewards (the rewards coupons that print out at the register at Walgreens)

SS - Smart Source -- one of the coupon inserts in the Sunday paper
Erin Huffstetler
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