What do all these abrv. mean?

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  1. ponyboy123

    ponyboy123 Well-Known Member

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    I'm a little lost, I see all these abrv. for wives and husbands, I think, now a new one for a dog (LGD). Could someone please bring me up to speed on all of these? Thanks I need the help. :help:
     
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    LGD = Large Guard Dog

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    Although Large Guard Dog made mechuckle greatly, I believe that is actually Livestock Guardian Dog :)

    btw stands for by the way
     
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    *wink, wink, knudge, knudge*
     
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    Close! But no cookie, sorry! :)

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    I would like to know why some post just say bump? what does this mean?
     
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    bump means someone wants to put the thread at the top of the list again.
     
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