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Old 02-09-2012, 03:37 PM   #15
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Back then I found that term distasteful but I usually had bigger things to be concerned about.

After over 48 years married I'm still not sure who depends on who more but now that you reminded me I still find the term distasteful even though I know no disrespect was meant by it.
I never considered the term distasteful. It described the relationship to the soldier since everything was "dependent" on the soldier's social security number and the soldier's job. In medicine, the term "Dependent Care" wasn' and isn't a derogatory term. Everything remains dependent on the soldier's SSN even today.
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To All................This thread is hillarious!!!

Ok I really didnt think about using google to look up the meaning for what i thought was STRICTLY a RV acronym!
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:24 PM   #17
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I fully expect to get harrassed on this one............. But what does 'DW" stand for. I have seen it in many threads and the reference seems to be for a wife. Ok, I am ready to get blasted now!
I think it stands for DANG WIFE.
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:34 PM   #18
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DW has many useful meanings, depending on My mood or hers? All I know is after Monday and Tuesday, its [moderator edit]!
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I always thought it was "dish washer".
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I always thought it was "dish washer".
That's only when SHE is referring to YOU.
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You'll only need protective equipment if your own "DW" is reading over your shoulder.
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all of the aforementioned do sound so much better than "the old lady" often used to describe the mrs. of the household.
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AFAIK ????

OK now is a good time for a complete dictionary of these shortcuts!!


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AFAIK ????

OK now is a good time for a complete dictionary of these shortcuts!
OK, since I used it, AFAIK = as far as I know.


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I use DD when referring to my co-pilot, best friend and burglar alarm.
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This close to Valentine's Day "Darling Wife" is most appropriate. However, on occasion, the word Devil does come to mind. She can make things "Hell" on occasion.
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