Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by clairedy6, Jun 30, 2013.
DH, DD, DW, DS, etc
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Dear, Disney Husband
Dear, Disney Daughter
Dear, Disney Wife
Dear, Disney Son, etc.
Well the "D" can be for Disney or Dear and the "H" is husband, "W"wife, "S" son, etc.
Hope this helps.
Wow that makes sense.. I always knew the title part like husband, daughter, son, etc but I always wondered about the D! thanks
Dear, Darling, Dizzy, Dumb, Darn.... whatever works.
Just google it. It is universal "speak." . DH= Dear Husband. DS = Dear Son, DD = Dear Daughter.
Until you enter the land of a Disney message board. Then it's Disney____.
Disneyland Hotel, but that's often abbreviated DLH.
I believe that was suppose to be funny/joke/sarcasm.
I got it.
When our son was a difficult teenager, the DS stood for words I try not to use.
I think PrincessShmoo was joking.
I like to add ages, i.e., DS15, DD10
jdb - there are times I wanted to use PITA ~ any member of my family that was being a pain..... PITADH That's a joke.
What I don't get is YMMV or something like that.
YMMV = Your mileage may vary (i.e., you may have a different experience/result)
I've found that http://www.urbandictionary.com/ is a great resource when I encounter an abbreviation I'm not familiar with. For example, I didn't know what IIRC stood for and had to look it up.
YMMV was a hard one for me,
Your mileage may vary
Others use OH for Other Half... but for the longest time I thought it was perhaps ornery husband
I am, at times, amused at the number of abbreviations people use online. I guess it reflects our hurried society.
I just don't see it saves that much time for me to write "DH" rather than "my husband". I'll keep trying to decipher all these abbreviations.
Yes, thank you
I think the abbreviations became popular with texting. It's easier to type "my husband" on a grown up keyboard than it is when your thumbs are using a mini-keyboard on a cell phone.
The abbreviations that are hard for me to figure out are the ones the military uses. Our son-in-law is in the army reserves and our daughter keeps using the acronyms -- they've become second nature to her, but it's like hearing a foreign language.
Separate names with a comma.