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eeyoregirl1970
08-28-2007, 09:26 AM
I'm still new 'round these parts and I feel like I'm reading code sometimes! I found a page with some abbreviations but this one wasn't on there... can one of you nice folks clairfy?

thanks!!!! :hippie:

mary1025
08-28-2007, 09:29 AM
Out of Pocket - i.e., not using the dining plan for a particular meal.

SlipKid918
08-28-2007, 09:39 AM
I'm still new 'round these parts and I feel like I'm reading code sometimes! I found a page with some abbreviations but this one wasn't on there... can one of you nice folks clairfy?

thanks!!!! :hippie:

It also means Object-Oriented Programming if you're a computer g33k. :thumbsup2

disneyfav4ever
08-28-2007, 02:14 PM
It also means Object-Oriented Programming if you're a computer g33k. :thumbsup2You know it means out-of-pocket here though since here we're all Disney geeks. ;)

PrincessTrisha
08-28-2007, 02:32 PM
I'd tried to change it to OTP (off the plan) - but it never took off.

To me, oop (out of pocket) doesn't necessarily make a lot of sense since the money to pay for our ddp came out of my pocket as well, but hey, got to go with the flow. :rotfl:

texasteacher35
08-28-2007, 02:36 PM
Out of Pocket...meaning you pay cash or credit card at the restaurant...versus using TS, CS credits on the DDP.

mary1025
08-28-2007, 02:46 PM
Out of Pocket...meaning you pay cash or credit card at the restaurant...versus using TS, CS credits on the DDP.

Right on! That is correct

A caution to all, if you are paying OOP - don't charge it back to your room. Use your credit card or cash. There have been many reports (and it happened to us) that they wound up charging it against our dining plan rather than a charge for the total to the room.

disneyfav4ever
08-28-2007, 03:29 PM
Right on! That is correct

A caution to all, if you are paying OOP - don't charge it back to your room. Use your credit card or cash. There have been many reports (and it happened to us) that they wound up charging it against our dining plan rather than a charge for the total to the room.I had thought of that. I was planning on not even bothering linking a credit card to my room key, but I do need to do that for express check-out. But I always link a credit card, but then never bother using the room key as credit and just use my VISA.

tmillerick
08-28-2007, 05:10 PM
The original question has been answered, but here is a link to a page that contains more definitions. (hope this works) :cool1:



I don't have enough posts to put up an actual link so here is the address:
stitchkingdom (dot) com/acronyms/

add a www & change the (dot) to . and remove spaces. :rolleyes1

wwaleye
08-28-2007, 05:30 PM
When DH bought something out of pocket, we DD, DS and DW affectionatly referred to it as "an oop's"