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Megfox Mon 01-Aug-11 15:41:21

Is there anyone here who ISN'T coping with young children, but who is in their late middle age and has raised their offspring.....?
And PLEASE will someone explain all these acronyms, such as DS1, DS3, etc.....?
I haven't a CLUE what they mean!

crazynanna Mon 01-Aug-11 15:48:33

DS1 = darling son 1
DC = darling children.

I am an old bag more mature at 47 and a half,with 3 DCs,youngest is 13.and yes,my shop is now well and truly shut wink

GwendolineMaryLacey Mon 01-Aug-11 15:49:19

It's all up there ^^ under acronyms smile

FruStefanLindman Wed 03-Aug-11 22:45:05

Megfox. I've seen a number of your threads and/or posts. So many people have responded to you over the last 12 days or so, but you don't seem to have noticed - or acknowledged that you've seen them.

You've already said that, as a mum of grown up children, you don't want to talk about young children - and lots of us have pointed you towards other Topics which may be more interesting to you where you can have an adult conversation.

There are loads of us MNers who are...erm...a bit older. So there are plenty of like minded people you could talk to.

As GML says, there is a list of acronyms to help you understand what people are talking about : here > < this thing in lilac is a link, if you click on it, it will open a new page with with the more commonly used acronyms.

And, BTW (that's By The Way) there's NO NEED to SHOUT all the time smile

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