Post # 1
I’ve wracked my brain… and all I can think of is “Future In-laws” which can’t be accurate. From what I’ve seen this is used to describe the fiancé? “Fiancé IN waiting?”
Eep. I’m so out of the loop lol.
Thanks for the help, in advance. Please don’t judge my lack of internet lingo. (lol is pretty much as far as I get)
Post # 3
I think it’s “Future Intended” but I know that I generally think of it as fiance. 🙂
Edit: this may help http://wiki.weddingbee.com/Abbreviations
Post # 4
I asked this once as well. People seem to just use it as a stand-in for fiancé. I find it incongruous and slightly unpleasant. All the other abbreviations used on this site use one initial per word.
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Post # 6
Hurrah! I knew there must be a section listing this stuff … it was just hiding from me.
Thanks a bunch 🙂
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Post # 8
Yea…I always thought it meant Fiance. Sometimes people go way overboard with their lingo, I guess it’s an internet thing. I had no clue what DH meant and then I found out it meant Darling Husband or Dear Husband, which I hate the way they both sound, haha so I just say husband. Also I was reading about something and someone used the term AF meaning Aunt Flow. It’s like, just say you got your period! haha..
Post # 10
My husband (oops sorry, my DH) always laughs that I can type SOOOOO fast but I can’t type an extra few letters to spell out words.
His biggest annoyance is typing Congats instead of Congratulations!
Post # 11
@caszos: Oh man, I’m that person who types everything out and still I use Congrats instead. Mostly because I tend to incorrectly spell congratulations (had to think about it jsut now!). Funny.
Post # 12
Flippin Idiot 🙂 haha I mean fiance or fiancee