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Old 11-04-2015, 12:26 AM   #1
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Abbreviations ?

It is late I am not sleeping ,but should be. I have decided to ask a question that has stumped me for awhile , but I have managed to go on reading the forums getting only half the meaning of many post. Hear goes, what does the D in DW and DH mean? Assuming thin W means wife and the H means husband, does the D stand for driver, dumb, deaf or dull, difficult ,damn, or does it depend?😟

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Post #25 on this thread is titled "Commonly Used RV Acronyms & Slang."

People who send many text messages on their phones usually adopt a habit of using frequent abbreviations to keep messages short. I don't, and I haven't.

All the best, and get some sleep!

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