Quoting ATeutonicKnight from this thread - forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=761146&page=2
Can Catholic Answers Forums make it a rule that everyone must call a family member by actual title and not an acronym? That’s something I would wholeheartedly support. I have always hated lazy acronyms with a passion, and I don’t see why someone can’t just say “husband” or may even “dear husband” if they so choose. Then again, I write at a 112 words per minute, so…
I realize this is a trend among modern moms, and I’m probably going to catch some flak for saying this, but here lately there’s something about these abbreviations that seems really annoying. I can’t quite put my finger on it - is it cloying? Too trendy? Too confusing? Or just getting to be cliche’d perhaps?
I am not without guilt in using trendy lingo, I realize. I even do LOLspeak. So feel free to throw tomatoes at me. Just had to get this off my chest. Thank you. :curtsey: