View Poll Results: How do you say it?

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    Default When you read MIL/FIL/SIL/BIL ect on the hub...

    ...how do you say it in your head?

    Poll to follow...

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    well i'm too impatient to wait for the poll, but i just wanted to butt in and say, i always say SAHM as 'sah-hmm' in my head

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    I say them all in full. Sometimes when speaking to people in real life I will say something like we saw mother in law today. haha... it's bad, sounds so cold irl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    well i'm too impatient to wait for the poll, but i just wanted to butt in and say, i always say SAHM as 'sah-hmm' in my head
    I say that too. I also say wah-hm for WAHM.

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    Hate to admit it, but I've caught myself referring to DH's Mum as 'Mil' in real life

    I also cringe when I hear myself say to my DH (only person who knows I'm on here, thankfully), "So this girl I know, Shannonigans, has created this nachos dish ..."

    Note to Shoopuf: You do not actually know these people. Stop freaking people out with your references to your friends named 'Eleven Eleven' and 'Pippy The Hippo'. It makes you sound creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    Hate to admit it, but I've caught myself referring to DH's Mum as 'Mil' in real life

    I also cringe when I hear myself say to my DH (only person who knows I'm on here, thankfully), "So this girl I know, Shannonigans, has created this nachos dish ..."

    Note to Shoopuf: You do not actually know these people. Stop freaking people out with your references to your friends named 'Eleven Eleven' and 'Pippy The Hippo'. It makes you sound creepy.
    Very big lol at least it's not supa dupa vagi trooper (don't remember how to spell it)

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    I'm constantly saying "I was talking this person...who knows someone who..." when I realise I'm talking about a BHer and if I say "Shoopuf said..." I'll probably get committed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    Hate to admit it, but I've caught myself referring to DH's Mum as 'Mil' in real life

    I also cringe when I hear myself say to my DH (only person who knows I'm on here, thankfully), "So this girl I know, Shannonigans, has created this nachos dish ..."

    Note to Shoopuf: You do not actually know these people. Stop freaking people out with your references to your friends named 'Eleven Eleven' and 'Pippy The Hippo'. It makes you sound creepy.
    LOL! Don't worry I'm always talking about my bubhub "friends" to DP!

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    Ahh not so much. But I ALWAYS say DH and DD even to other people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post

    I also cringe when I hear myself say to my DH (only person who knows I'm on here, thankfully), "So this girl I know, Shannonigans, has created this nachos dish ..."

    Note to Shoopuf: You do not actually know these people. Stop freaking people out with your references to your friends named 'Eleven Eleven' and 'Pippy The Hippo'. It makes you sound creepy.
    I do this.

    I say it in my head as 'mother in law' etc... 'Mill' just would be weird.

    Oh and I don't refer to DH as darling.


 

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