Re: OT Use of the terms 'DH' and 'DD'
I used AOL for many years, and the terms DH or DW were
quite common over there and not limited to region. The
same goes for in-laws (DIL,MIL,etc.) DD (dear
daughter)DS(dear son) etc.
The one that can be confusing is "DSIL" which can be either "Dear
Sister-in-Law" OR "Dear-SON-in-Law". Sometimes the context gives
a clue, I rarely make blouses or skirts for my son-in-law. ;->
- Re: OT Use of the terms DH and DD
... I used AOL for many years, and the terms DH or DW were quite common ... The same goes for in-laws ... DD DS(dear son) etc. ...
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