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    I've gone to write "DD" in texts or on Facebook before, but not actually out loud to anyone!

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    Yep! I referred to DH as my dear husband the other day So embarrassing!

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    I just learnt something new... I though DS & DD stood for Darling Daughter & Darling Son!

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    When i first came on bubhub i though erry womenz was referring to their partners as D!ck Heads lol

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    IRL I am forever saying oh yes my "friends" from mothers group told me😊 this or someone I just "know" told me that. I just can't bring myself to say......yea I ask my cyber friends whom I've never met before for personal advice on my husband and children and they are always right 😁 as they are always so informative and honest

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    My husband has several times come out with some topic discussed on BH in conversation with friends - aaarrh. I keep telling him no as they will work it out and I'll have to leave. If I ever found out that friends knew I would leave as there would be no point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    When i first came on bubhub i though erry womenz was referring to their partners as D!ck Heads lol
    My DH thought the same thing hehe! He was reading over my shoulder and thought all the ladies were very rude before I set him straight

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    Default Ever forget you're not on BH in real life?

    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    IRL I am forever saying oh yes my "friends" from mothers group told me😊 this or someone I just "know" told me that. I just can't bring myself to say......yea I ask my cyber friends whom I've never met before for personal advice on my husband and children and they are always right 😁 as they are always so informative and honest
    Haha same and when I've met up with a few lovely hubbers I've said school friends. It's just too hard to explain!

    When thinking about what I'm going to say I've thought DS in my head but luckily it's never come out my head

    Eta out my mouth rather !
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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Zeddie View Post
    Haha same and when I've met up with a few lovely hubbers I've said school friends. It's just too hard to explain!

    When thinking about what I'm going to say I've thought DS in my head but luckily it's never come out my head
    Glad it's not just me 😁

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    I don't do that. What I do do though, is forget which forum I'm on and type emoticons that don't exist. Some forums I use have emoticons where if you type something like :laugh: :angry: etc it gives you a smiley. Then on other forums it doesn't work ir they use different words and I look stupid.

    Even worse is when I try to type those emoticon tags on Facebook for all my RL friends to see and think I'm a loser :P


 

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