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Forum Language/Acronyms

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    In order to help people new to forums (or maybe this forum in particular) here is a list of commonly used terms:

    BTT – Bring to the top (of active topics/new posts)
    BTW - By the way
    BUMP – Bring up a “forgotten post” for replies
    FWIW - For What it's worth
    FYI - For your information
    IIRC- If I recall correctly
    IMO - In my opinion
    IMHO - In my humble opinion
    LMAO - Laughing my a$$ off
    LOL - Laugh out loud
    PITA – Pain in the a$$
    ROTFLOL - Rolling on the floor laughing out loud
    ROTFLMAO - Rolling on the floor laughing my a$$ off
    TIA – Thanks in advance
    TTT – To the top (of active topics/new posts)
    CE - Clean Energy Fuels Corp (a dominant refueling station provider in some markets)

    Added by moderators:
    Other helpful stuff:
    If you want to ignore a member's posts, click on the member's name, select "View Profile" and then "Add to Ignore List" -- this is a great tool to zap ranters right out of your life.
    Last edited by John Mitton; 09-10-2010, 05:14 PM. Reason: Added more helpful stuff

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    Re: Forum Language/Acronyms

    ...and thanks for calling. For Spanish, press 2 now, for Acronyms, press 3 now...
    Dang, now I have to learn another new language.


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      Re: Forum Language/Acronyms

      As a new member, THANK YOU! I was getting most of what I was reading but this helps a ton! Thanks again!


      • #4
        Re: Forum Language/Acronyms

        Thank you!


        • #5
          Re: Forum Language/Acronyms

          This was a big help, Thank you.
          CNG Kent


          • #6
            Re: Forum Language/Acronyms

            Thanks this should really help!