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Let's try to compile a list of acronyms used in this forum to help newbies know what everyone is saying

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Me first

LOL ---- Laughing Out Loud

BTW ---- By The Way

EDC ---- EveryDay Carry

YMMV ---- Your Mileage May Vary
 

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dh- dear husband
dw- dear wife
ds- son
dd-daughter
so- significant other
bob- bug out bag
bov- bug out vehicle
bol- bug out location
good- get out of dodge
cc- concealed carry
mbr- main battle rifle
 

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Let's try to compile a list of acronyms used in this forum to help newbies know what everyone is saying

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Thats not fair, I'am not a cell phone texting addict like my kids, and the younger set, does that make me sound old:dunno:. They know all the acronyms and then some.
 

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Don't feel bad. I had to ask my kids what it all meant and I'm still learning the "new language". :rolleyes:
 

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OK, I have a confession ; I am in my fifties .

That makes us all a buch of "uncles" learning from each other LOL

ds- son
dd-daughter
Yes, and sometimes we give numbers when telling stories about them to indicate which one is which like DD1 , DD2 ... etc.

OK back to the list

PSK --- Personal Survival Kit
SAK --- Swiss Army Knife
FAK --- First Aid Kit
MT ---- Multitool
ASAP --- As Soon As Possible
IIRC --- If I Remember Correctly
 

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If you have children, nephews, or neice's that are under 25, they know them all. They don't talk on the phone anymore they just text and these acronym's make it quicker and easier to "talk" to each other.
 

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