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Old 03-22-2012, 08:01 PM   #1
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Is there a directory of the short cuts (initials) used in the forums? For example I think DW is Dear Wife and DH is Dear Husband. What does D/P mean?

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Is there a directory of the short cuts (initials) used in the forums? For example I think DW is Dear Wife and DH is Dear Husband. What does D/P mean?
Some folks will use this to mean Diesel Pusher whereas other folks might use RDP or Rear Diesel Pusher.

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