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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by buckeye lady, Oct 19, 2008.
What's DH. You guys refer to your husbands as DH.
Darn Husband? D#$^ Husband? Dumb Husband?
hmm, guess it depends what kind of a mood I'm in Most of the time I use DH to be darling husband.
I agree...can be all of the above.
Dear Husband or can be Darling Honey-buns
OR because most of us are chicken/animal addicts and need all the help around the house we can get- i think of it as DEDICATED husband
DH = designated hitter
Interesting, I was wondering this too. On other forums we usually use WD - aka War Department(formally), Wife Department(informally), interesting to see different lexicons across different forums.
LOL... depending on the mood, that D could stand for nearly anything.
I think you get the picture. Oh, and that holds true for the DS, but since he's a teenager can get much more creative.
DH is *generally* dear husband all over the internet. I've seen it used on a LOT of forums. Here are some more.
DW = dear wife
SO = significant other
MIL/FIL = mother-in-law, father-in-law
SD/SS = stepdaughter/stepson
DD/DS = dear daughter/dear son (sometimes people will add a number to this to identify their kids by birth order, e.g. DD #1)
BFF = best friend forever (signifies one's best friend)
BF/GF = boyfriend/girlfriend
We all would love to think it means Darling Husband from the Wife. Being married 15 years I think I have heard many others! I would like to add "Debonair Husband"