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Old 07-31-2004, 07:01 AM   #1
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Thumbs up What do all those acronyms mean? HELP?

[COLOR="Navy"]July 23, 2008
Hi members! Below these quoted words from a terrific stamper, Parisotremba. I'm adding an updated list of acronyms you might have noticed here on the site. Thanks to Paris for starting this up originally!
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FYI (edited on 5-17-05) - I originally wrote this post in July of 2004....since than I've navigated my way around Splitcoast enough to understand the acronyms....I feel like I'm 'part of the family'! Best of luck to all of you too!
**Updated Acronyms List! ---- July 2013 ---- **


ABC or ABAC = Anything But a Card
ATC = Artist Trading Cards
ATG = Adhesive Transfer "Gun" made by 3M ... check out their website!
Avatar = the photo under the usernames
BFF = Best Friends Forever
BIL = Brother-in-law (etc. with the in-laws = m=motherinlaw, etc.)
BRB = Be Right Back
BST = Buy/Sell/Trade
BTT = Bump To The Top
BTW = By The Way
Bump = sends the thread back to the top of that forum’s list
CAS = Clean & Simple - card style - minimalistic
CASE = Copy and Share Everything
CB - Cbug = Cuttlebug
CDO = Customer Direct Order
CE = Crystal Effects and/or Current Events Forum
CS = Cardstock
CTMH = Close to My Heart
DCWV = Die Cuts with a View (company name)
DD = Darling Daughter
DH = Darling Husband
DP = Designer Paper
DS = Darling Son * Also, Demonstrator Support
DSP = either Double-Sided Paper, or Designer Series Paper (SU term)
EP = Embossing Powder
GKD = Gina K Designs
HPH = Hodge Podge Hardware (SU)
HTH = Hope This Helps
IB&C = Stampin Up! Idea Book and Catalog
IBW = I've Been Wondering
IMHO = In My Honest Opinion
IMO = In My Opinion
ISO = In Search Of
KWIM = Know What I Mean?
LIA = Like It All
LMK = Let Me Know
LOL = Laugh Out Loud
LSS = Local Scrapbook/Stamping Store
MDS = My Digital Software
MFT = My Favorite Things (stamp company)
MIL = Mother-in-Law
MOO = My Opinion Only
NIP = New in Package
NSR = Not Stamping Related
NUM = New Unmounted
NVR = No Vendor Restrictions (often used in swaps)
OBP = Odd Bird Planet (stamp company)
OMG = Oh My Gosh .. or .. Oh My Goodness
OP = Original Poster or Original Post
OSW = One Sheet Wonder
PIF = Pay It Forward
PLMK = Please Let Me Know
PP = Printed Paper
PSE = PhotoShop Elements
PTI = Paper Trey Inks (stamp company)
QOTD = Question of the Day
RAK = Random Acts of Kindness
ROFL = Rolling on the Floor Laughing
SASE = Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope
SCS = Splitcoaststampers ** That’s us!!
Subbing = Subscribing to a thread to get notifications of responses
SUM = Stampin' Up! Mostly
SUO = Stampin’ Up! Only
TAC = The Angel Company
TFL = Thanks For Looking
TFS = Thanks For Sharing
TIA = Thanks In Advance
TSM = Thanks So Much
TTYL = Talk To You Later
TV = Trade Value
UTEE = Ultra Thick Embossing Powder
WWC = SU's Watercolor Wonder Crayons
WS = Workshop
YAGE = Yet Another Grand Exit
YILM = Yes, I Love Myself

:: SCS Challenges ::

Note: These acronyms are use to create a keyword to be used in the SCS Gallery search so that everyone can see everyone's challenge creations. Also, most of these challenges have a number after them to identify that particular challenge. I'll use 01 as an example. (Some of the monthly/yearly challenges will use the year, for example CCC08.)

HTH, everyone!
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LOL laugh out loud
HTH hope that helps
DH darling husband
DS DD DMIL....son daughter motherinlaw etc...
BRB be right back
ROTFL rolling on the floor laughing
those are the only ones I can think of right now do you have any others that you are not sure of?
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that's great!!
I thought DH ment Darn Husband. BUt Darling Husband is much better!


What does
SASE mean? I see this alot is Swap discussions

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Self Addressed Stamped Envelope


And some will say that DH is darn or worse husband but I never use it that way, I have a darling husband....
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SASE - Self Addressed Stamped Envelope
IMO - In My Opinion
IMHO - In My Honest Opinion
BTW - By the Way

We should compile a list of all the ones we can think of and keep it posted in the "Start Here" forum!!!!

Oh yeah...one more new one
COTC - Children Of The Corn (see the thread titled "And you thought Clarence was bad" if you want a good laugh!)
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My husband constantly teases me that it means "dumb husband", but he knows better!!!
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Jami - I have to laugh at "Dumb Husband" cause sometimes I think they truely are! Oh - did I just print that for everyone to read. OPS...
ha ha

I agree that we should permenantly post what all the acornyms mean.

By the way - I had to look in the dictionary to learn how to spell
ACRONYM. My 4 year college education didn't teach me much
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Here are some acronyms that I found on the web and keep handy when I am IM-ing peeple so that I know what they are saying....

Not all of the apply to SCS but if you IM it is nice to have a place to look it up. when i first got these I edited them for content but I have not complied the 3 lists into one yet. And today is not the day for that.

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Abbreviation Meaning

404- I haven't a clue
ADN- Any day now
AFAIK- As far as I know
AFK- Away from keyboard
ARE- Acronym-rich environment
ASAP- As soon as possible
B4N -Bye for now
BAK- Back at the keyboard
BBIAB -Be back in a bit
BBL- Be back later
BBN- Bye bye now
BBS- Be back soon
BEG- Big evil grin
BF -Boy friend
BFN -Bye for now
BG -Big grin
BIBO -Beer in, beer out
BIOYIOP -Blow it out your I/O port
BL-- Belly laughing
BMGWL -Busting my gut with laughter
BOTEC -Back-of-the-envelope calculation
BRB- Be right back
BTA -But then again...
BTDT -Been there, done that
BTW -By the way
BWL -Bursting with laughter
BWTHDIK -But what the heck do I know...?
CICO- Coffee in, coffee out
C&G -Chuckle and grin
CNP- Continued in next post
CRB- Come right back
CRBT- Crying real big tears
CU- See you
CUL- See you later
CUL8ER- See you later
CYA- See ya
CYO -See you online
DBA- Doing business as
DL- Dead link
DLTBBB- Don't let the bed bugs bite
DIKU -Do I know you?
DITYID -Did I tell you I'm distressed?
DOS -Dozing off soon
DQMOT- Don't quote me on this
DTRT- Do the right thing
DWB -Don't write back
EG -Evil grin
EMFBI -Excuse me for butting in
EMSG -E-mail message
EOM -End of message
F2F -Face to face
FAQ -Frequently-ask question(s)
FC -Fingers crossed
FLA- Four-letter acronym
FMTYEWTK -Far more than you ever wanted to know
FOMCL- Falling off my chair laughing
FTBOMH -From the bottom of my heart
FUD -Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt
FWIW- For what it's worth
FYI- For your information
G -Grin
GA- Go ahead
GAL -Get a life
GD&R -Grinning, ducking, and running
GF -Girlfriend
GFN- Gone for now
GGP -Gotta go pee
GIWIST- Gee, I wish I'd said that
GL -Good luck
GMAB- Give me a break
GMTA -Great minds think alike
GOL -Giggling out loud
GTRM- Going to read mail
GTSY-- Glad to see you
H&K -Hug and kiss
HAGN- Have a good night
HAND- Have a nice day
HHIS- Hanging head in shame
HIG- How's it going
HT- Hi there
HTH- Hope this helps
IAC- In any case
IAE -In any event
IANAL -I am not a lawyer (but)
IC -I see
IGP -I gotta pee
IHA -I hate acronyms
IHU -I hear you
IIRC- If I recall/remember/recollect correctly
ILU or ILY- I love you
IM- Immediate message
IMCO- In my considered opinion
IMHO- In my humble opinion
IMing- Chatting with someone online usually while doing other things such as playing trivia or other interactive game
IMNSHO -In my not so humble opinion
IMO- In my opinion
IMS- I am sorry
IOW -In other words
IRL -In real life (that is, when not chatting)
ITIGBS- I think I'm going to be sick
IWALU- I will always love you
IYSWIM- If you see what I mean
J4G -Just for grins
JIC -Just in case
JK -Just kidding
JMO- Just my opinion
JTLYK -Just to let you know
KIT- Keep in touch
KOTC - Kiss on the cheek
KWIM?- Know what I mean?
L8R -Later
L8R G8R -Later gator
LD -Later, dude
LDR -Long-distance relationship
LHO -Laughing head off
LLTA- Lots and lots of thunderous applause
LMSO- Laughing my socks off
LOL- Laughing out loud
LRF- Little Rubber Feet (the little pads on the bottom of displays and other equipment)
LSHMBH -Laughing so hard my belly hurts
LTM -Laugh to myself
LTNS -Long time no see
LTR -Long-term relationship
LULAB- Love you like a brother
LULAS- Love you like a sister
LUWAMH -Love you with all my heart
LY -Love ya
LY4E -Love ya forever
MorF Male or female
MTF -More to follow
MUSM- Miss you so much
NADT- Not a darn thing
NP or N/P- No problem
NRN- No response necessary
OIC Oh, I see
OMG- Oh my God
OTF -Off the floor
OTOH- On the other hand
OTTOMH -Off the top of my head
PANS Pretty awesome new stuff
PCMCIA- People can't master computer industry acronyms
PDA- Public display of affection
PEBCAK -Problem exists between chair and keyboard
PIBKAC- Problem is between keyboard and chair
PM- Private message
PMFJIB- Pardon me for jumping in but...
POAHF- Put on a happy face
::POOF:: -Goodbye (leaving the room)
POTS- Plain old telephone service
PU- That stinks!
QT- Cutie
RL- Real life (that is, when not chatting)
ROTFL Rolling on the floor laughing
ROTFLMBO Rolling on the floor laughing my butt off
RSN -Real soon now
RT -Real time
S^ S'up - what's up
SHCOON- Shoot hot coffee out of nose
SETE -Smiling ear to ear
SF- Surfer-friendly (low-graphics Web site)
SHID Slaps head in disgust
-SO- Significant other
SOL- Smilling out loud
SOMY- Sick of me yet?
SOT -Short on time
SOTMG Short on time must go
-STW -Search the Web
SUP- What's up
SWAK- Sealed with a kiss
SWL- Screaming with laughter
SYS- See you soon
TA -Thanks again
TAFN- That's all for now
TANSTAAFL- There ain't no such thing as a free lunch
TCOY- Take care of yourself
TGIF -Thank God it's Friday
THX- Thanks
TIA -Thanks in advance (used if you post a question and are expecting a helpful reply)
TILII- Tell it like it is
TLA- Three-letter acronym
TLK2UL8R- Talk to you later
TMI -Too much information
TNT- Till next time
TOPCA -Til our paths cross again (early Celtic chat term)
TOY -Thinking of you
TPTB- The powers that be
TTFN- Ta-Ta for now
TTT- Thought that, too (when someone types in what you were about to type)
TTYL -Talk to you later
TU- Thank you
TY- Thank you
UW -You're welcome
VBG- Very big grin
WAYD- What are you doing
WB- Welcome back
WBS -Write back soon
WDALYIC -Who died and left you in charge?
WEG -Wicked evil grin
WFM- Works for me
WIBNI -Wouldn't it be nice if
WTG -Way to go!
WTGP?- Want to go private?
WU? -What's up?
WUF?- Where are you from?
WYSIWYG -What you see is what you get
YBS- You'll be sorry
YMMV- Your mileage may vary.
YW- You're welcome

(another set gleaned from different site)

AFAIK -- As Far As I Know
AFK -- Away From Keyboard
ASAP -- As Soon As Possible
BBL -- Be Back Later
BBN -- Bye Bye Now
BBS -- Be Back Soon
BEG -- Big Evil Grin
BF -- Boyfriend
BIBO -- Beer In, Beer Out
BRB -- Be Right Back
BTW -- By The Way
BWL -- Bursting With Laughter
C&G -- Chuckle and Grin
CICO -- Coffee In, Coffee Out
CID -- Crying In Disgrace
CNP -- Continued (in my) Next Post
CP -- Chat Post(a chat message)
CRBT -- Crying Real Big Tears
CSG -- Chuckle Snicker Grin
CYA -- See You (Seeya)
CYAL8R -- See You Later (Seeyalata)
DLTBBB -- Don't Let The Bed Bugs Bite
EG -- Evil Grin
EMSG -- Email Message
FC -- Fingers Crossed
FTBOMH -- From The Bottom Of My Heart
FYI -- For Your Information
FWIW -- For What It's Worth
GAL -- Get A Life
GF -- Girlfriend
GFN -- Gone For Now
GMBA -- Giggling My Butt Off
GMTA -- Great Minds Think Alike
GTSY -- Glad To See You
H&K -- Hug and Kiss
HABU -- Have A Better 'Un
HAGN -- Have A Good Night
HAGU -- Have A Good 'Un
HHIS -- Hanging Head in Shame
IAE -- In Any Event
IC -- I See
IGP -- I Gotta Pee
IMNSHO -- In My Not So Humble Opinion
IMO -- In My Opinion
IMCO -- In My Considered Opinion
IMHO -- In My Humble Opinion
IOW -- In Other Words
IRL -- In Real Life
IWALU -- I Will Always Love You
JMO -- Just My Opinion
JTLYK -- Just To Let You Know
KIT -- Keep In Touch
KOC -- Kiss On Cheek
KOL -- Kiss On Lips
L8R -- Later
L8R -- G8R Later 'Gater
LHM -- Lord Help Me
LHO -- Laughing Head Off
LHU -- Lord Help Us
LMSO -- Laughing My Socks Off
LOL -- Laugh Out Loud
LSHMBB -- Laughing So Hard My Belly is Bouncing
LSHMBH -- Laughing So Hard My Belly Hurts
LSHTTARDML -- Laughing So Hard The Tears Are Running Down My Leg
LTNS -- Long Time No See
LTS -- Laughing To Self
LUWAMH -- Love You With All My Heart
LY -- Love Ya
MTF -- More To Follow
NRN -- No Reply Necessary
NADT -- Not A Darn Thing
OIC -- Oh, I See
OL -- Old Lady (significant other)
OM -- Old Man (significant other)
OTOH -- On The Other Hand
OTTOMH -- Off The Top of My Head
PDS -- Please Don't Shoot
PM -- Private Message
PMFJI -- Pardon Me For Jumping In
PMP -- Peed My Pants
POAHF -- Put On A Happy Face
QSL -- Reply
QSO -- Conversation
QT -- Cutie
ROFL -- Rolling On Floor Laughing
ROFLAPMP -- ROFL And Peeing My Pants
ROFLMAOAY -- ROFLMAO At You
ROFLMAOWTIME -- ROFLMAO With Tears In My Eyes
ROFLUTS ROFL -- Unable to Speak
SETE -- Smiling Ear To Ear
SHID -- Slaps Head In Disgust
SO -- Significant Other
SOT -- Short Of Time
SOTMG -- Short Of Time Must Go
SWAK -- Sealed With A Kiss
SWL -- Screaming with Laughter
SYS -- See You Soon
TA -- Thanks Again
TGIF -- Thank God It's Friday
TCOY -- Take Care Of Yourself
TILII -- Tell It Like It Is
TNT -- Till Next Time
TOY -- Thinking Of You
TTFN -- Ta Ta For Now
TTYL -- Talk To You Later
WB -- Welcome Back
WTH What/Who The Heck YBS -- You'll Be Sorry
YG -- Young Gentleman
YL -- Young Lady
YM -- Young Man
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ok so that list is like an entirely new language!!!
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Here is a list of specific's that i can think of that relate to stamping...

EP - embossing powder
UTEE - ultra thick embossing enamel (SU! glassy glaze)
EB-embossing buddy
CE - Crystal Effects
PE- Pearl Ex
DS - SU! Demonstrator Support
SDF- SU! web page - Stampin Discuss Forum
Mono-Mono adhesive (SU! now calls it Snail adhesive)
Spots - Stampin' Spots (tiny stamp pads in SU! colors)
VM- Versa Mark
Brown - UPS

again HTH (hope this helps) (can also be Happy to Help)
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okay that long long list of acranyms is CRAZY. Wish I could remember them all!!!

Thanks everyone.....
Keep 'em comming if you can think of more!
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okay that long long list of acranyms is CRAZY. Wish I could remember them all!!!

Thanks everyone.....
Keep 'em comming if you can think of more!
COULD THERE ACTUALLY BE MORE??????
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Yes there are more......
I edited out about 1/4 of what was there due to content and also I edited some out because they were things we would just never use here on SCS - but computer junkies use them -
for example:
RYO means write your own program.
TFH - means thread from H### (one that just won't quit and has nothing to do with anything) (we don't do that here - haha lol)
BOF - Bunch of Floppies or
BOD- Bunch of disks

Things like that (see what I mean)
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Here are a couple we use:

When we retire from running our own business all the worries will be
SEP (somebody else's problem)

Because our kids are extremely smart and very good looking (no bias here) we say it's
GSM (genetically superior material)

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It is also good to know all of those acronyms if you have a teenager with a cell phone. They like to text message each other and often times it is in code. I don't have a teenager, but I know those who do and they have to learn another language to keep up!
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We use these alot on my mommy boards

OHT one handed typing
KWIM? know what I mean?
BRBBC be right back baby crying
OOMM Out of my mind
TTYL talk to you later

HTH Hope that helps
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How about TBD = too busy disorder! Heard that last night on a Ellen Degeneris special!

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What is ISO?
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ISO = In search of

Used when looking for a particular item to buy or trade.

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This is not on the SCS website but in my house we have a lot of:
TLA's - three letter abbreviations
the best being:

RTM - Read The Manual (applies to any case of idiocywhen directions aren't followed - and usually applied to DH)

BTW (by the way), just for the pedantic (like me), most of those mentioned are TLAs, not acronyms, which according to the dictionary are words made up out of abbreviations. So RADAR (a pronouncable word) is an acronym and IBM (not really pronuncable), is not.

Comes of growing up in a house of English teachers!
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thanks Cate for the english lesson and yes you are correct - these actually should be called TLA's

more that I though of is:
FS-for sale
FT-for trade
FSoT or FS/T - For sale or trade


So who out there is going to compile this list so that we will have one long list to post to the "getting started" discussion - so that newbies can find it right away. LOL
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Old 08-01-2004, 07:11 AM   #22
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SKW- Stamping Kind of Way
As in I love you in a SKW.

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Old 08-02-2004, 05:32 AM   #23
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Another one I picked up from message boards is ITA, for "I totally agree".
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And if you want to know the origins of SKW - Beate & I started using that one here because someone asked about our relationship. So we love things, but in a purely skw, of course!

Just thought you needed to know that vital bit of background on it. . . probably TMI (too much information)!
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How about THO in relation to workshops?
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THO = Totally Hands-On
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Old 08-02-2004, 07:12 AM   #27
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Thank you!! I could not figure that one out!!

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If you have a teenager...how about MOMS?
I thought she was talking about me to her friends...NOT!
It means "Mom over my shoulder!" AAAGGGHHH!
You bet I am! LOL!
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I have a teenager who programs and he thinks I'm OOTL (out of the loop) because I always have to ask him what this stuff means! He thinks he is so cool.
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Old 08-02-2004, 01:10 PM   #30
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CASE = Copy And Share with Everyone
I thought it meant Copy And Selectively Edit.

Like when you see a card you love, and you borrow the same basic design but don't have the same stamps or want to use the same colors - you "selectively edit" it.

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Norway Troll,
Thanks for the heads up about "MOMS" - my "thinks she's a teenager" daughter will not be so ahead of me now! Are there any other important ones forthis age group?
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CASE = Copy And Share with Everyone
I thought it meant Copy And Selectively Edit.

Like when you see a card you love, and you borrow the same basic design but don't have the same stamps or want to use the same colors - you "selectively edit" it.

That works too!
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Here's a few I haven't seen yet, but I am speed reading.

TTFN = Tata for now (Tigger's favorite!)

TIA = Thanks in advance

OTOH = On the other hand


Great list so far!
Keep 'em coming!
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This is fantastic! I'm new to the forum community and was a little confused on some of the abbreviations. Thanks so much for clearing this up! You ladies ROCK!!!
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CASE = Copy And Share with Everyone
I thought it meant Copy And Selectively Edit.

Like when you see a card you love, and you borrow the same basic design but don't have the same stamps or want to use the same colors - you "selectively edit" it.

I was told it meant: Copy and Steal Everything
However, I've come to the conclusion that unless I'm using someone else's acutal card/scrapbook page/handmade item without giving them credit, them I'm NOT stealing, just sharing or selectively editing.

This is added to explain the "editting" later on in this post.
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Quote:
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Because our kids are extremely smart and very good looking (no bias here) we say it's GSM (genetically superior material)
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Or when you want to insult someone (not that I ever use it):
GIM - genetically inferior material

Thanks NorwayTroll. I knew she was talking about me and hiding something from me but wasn't sure. I'm going to have to learn to speed read as I walk by this computer!!!!
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I have "P.M.S." constantly....LOL
"Purchase More Stamps"....GinaF
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Old 10-12-2004, 10:47 PM   #38
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It took me a while as a newbie to figure out a lot of them. Like,

SAHM - stay at home mom
RAK - Random Acts of Kindness

I still don't know what BRAK is?
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It is Birthday random act of kindness !
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Cool (or as we used to say 'Kewl')!

Thanks, Stampinstel.

Here's another one: What is TSF?

TIA! (heh heh)
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