Cake Central Acronyms

Decorating By Lisa Updated 14 Dec 2012 , 9:14am by manishpcl

teresap989 Posted 14 Sep 2010 , 1:52am
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ok after scrolling through page after page of comments can anyone tell me is there an updated list with all the acronyms and their meanings?

This thread is to long to search through every comment for the answers...thanks



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lollyponpon Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 11:54am
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[quote]It was not a forum post I saw RFT in. It was some descriptions of peoples cakes and what they were made of.
When i was searching for the answer ot this RFT acronym, i found this post in a thread

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Had a thought ...what if a subtle reference was made to her occupation...like a water setting....the timeline of stuff could be resting on dingies(sp?) and she's on a boat....heading toward the horizon..."smooth sailing from now on..." OSLT
and now i don't know what OSLT is??

any ideas or experiences?


lollyponpon Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 11:56am
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Also,
how about TSM (thanks so much)
or something like WST (with sincere thanks)
for all of those CC member's who just go out of their way to assist others

Thanks!
lollyponpon

tracyk859 Posted 27 Nov 2010 , 3:15am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lisa

Commonly used abbreviations, acronyms and shorthand can be found here:
http://cakecentral.com/acronyms/

If you would like to submit a new acronym/abbreviation, or expand on an existing one, please post here:
http://cakecentral.com/acronyms/submit-an-acronym



Such a very amazing link!
Thanks for the post.





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simplysouthern Posted 28 Dec 2010 , 4:08am
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So so glad I found this topic!!!! No one wants to be the idiot new person asking every post what Mmf means of bc etc etc!!! Whew this saved me!

Rosie2 Posted 27 Feb 2011 , 7:31pm
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Awesome thread!!

leeyn Posted 9 Apr 2011 , 3:24am
post #187 of 199

Some I am very familiar with and some I wasn't quite clear on and was afraid to ask.
Lemon........

tw33tybyrd Posted 21 Jul 2011 , 6:30pm
post #188 of 199

this is soosss helpful... thumbs_up.gif

ElenaIuliana Posted 18 Jan 2012 , 2:52pm
post #189 of 199

Thank you very much for offering me this piece of information, I am new around here and don't really know all the acronyms. icon_biggrin.gif

a_kelly Posted 11 Feb 2012 , 6:24pm
post #190 of 199

Thanks for the info. I wasn't for sure on some of the abbreviations, but this helped alot! icon_lol.gif

RebeccaBloomwood Posted 14 Mar 2012 , 5:52pm
post #191 of 199

is there an actual list?

i don't know if I'm just being my usual dumb self, but this http://cakecentral.com/acronyms/ doesn't seem to be working, I can only see 6 abbreviations when I click on the link icon_sad.gif

a compiled list would really really be great, because I'm very new to all of this and am embarrassed to keep asking what things mean. thanks! icon_biggrin.gif

RebeccaBloomwood Posted 14 Mar 2012 , 5:55pm
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oops never mind, please disregard my above post. i figured it out. stupid me. lol

RebeccaBloomwood Posted 14 Mar 2012 , 6:48pm
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I keep having to search for acronym meanings, so this link is SO HELPFUL! I compiled everything in one list and saved it on my desktop, so that the next time I am stumped, I can look it up in my own Cake Central Dictionary icon_biggrin.gif

I'm going to paste it here in case this might be of use to other newbies like me icon_biggrin.gif

A
ACD = American Cake Decorating Magazine
AFAIK = As Far As I Know
B
BUMP = Bring Up My Post or Bump Up My Post
BTW = By The Way
BIL = Brother-In-Law
BFF = Best Friend Forever
BF = Boy Friend Best Friend
BCT = Buttercream Transfer frozen Buttercream Transfer
BC = Buttercream or Betty Crocker
C
CCer = Regular members of CakeCentral.com
CT = Chocolate Transfer
CMD = Cake Mix Doctor
CCC = CupCake Cake
CC = CakeCentral.com or CupCake or Credit Card
CBC = Crusting Buttercream or Chocolate Buttercream
CSM = Critique Subgroup Member
D
DS = Dear Son or Dear sister
DOS = Day of sharing
DM = Dear Mother
DH = Dear Husband or Duncan Hines
DF = Dear Father or Dear Friend
DD = Dear Daughter or Dear Dad
DW = Dear Wife
E
EI = Edible Image
F
FIL = Father-in-Law
FBCT = Frozen Buttercream Transfer
FAQ = Frequently Asked Questions
FWIW = For What It's Worth
FOB = Father of the Bride
FOG = Father of the Groom
G
GSA = Global Sugar Art www.globalsugarart.com
GP = Gum Paste or GumPaste
GWT = Greenwich Mean Time
GFY = Good For You
H
HTH = Hope That/This Helps
I
ITA = I Totally Agree
ISO = In Search Of
IMO = In My Humble Opinion
IMBC = Italian Meringue Buttercream
IIRC = If I Recall Correctly
J
JMO = Just My opinion
K
KWIM = Know What I Mean?
KK = KopyKake
KA = KitchenAid Mixer
L
LD = Luster Dust
LP = Life Partner
LOL = Laughing Out Loud or Laugh Out Loud
LMAO = Laughing My A** Off
M
MYOM = Make Your Own Molds www.makeyourownmold.com
MOG = Mother of the Groom
MOB = Mother of the Bride
MFF = Marshmallow Fondant
MIL = Mother-in-Law
MBN = Mailbox News magazine
N
NFSC = No Fail Sugar Cookies
O
OTT = Over the Top
OMG = Oh My Gosh
OMFG = Oh My Freaking Gosh
OT = Off Topic
OP = Opening Post or Original Post
P
PIMA = Pain in My A**
PITA = Pain in the A**
PS = Powdered Sugar
PM = Private Message
R
RBI = Ron Ben Israel
ROFLMAO = Rolling on the floor laughing my a** off
ROFL = Rolling on the floor laughing
RI = Royal Icing
RKT = Rice Krispie Treats
RCT = Rice Crispie Treats
RBC = Rolled Buttercream
RB = Rolled Buttercream
RAK = Random Act of Kindness
S
SMBC = Swiss Meringue Buttercream
SIL = Sister/Son-in-Law
SO = Significant other
SPS = Single Plate Separator
T
TFL = Thanks for Looking
TY = Thank You
TIA = Thanks in Advance
TFS = Thanks For Sharing
W
WTG = Way To Go
WMI = Wilton Method Instructor
WBH = The Whimsical Bakehouse
WASC = White Almond Sour Cream Cake
Y
YB = Yearbook (usually referring to Wilton Yearbook)

kthomas Posted 12 Apr 2012 , 11:05pm
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Hi! Can someone tell me what the acronym "mu" stands for in reference to a gumpaste mold or cutter? Is it a brand name???

Thanks for your help!

shanter Posted 13 Apr 2012 , 12:44am
post #195 of 199
Quote:
Originally Posted by RebeccaBloomwood


MFF = Marshmallow Fondant



I thought MFF = Michelle Foster's Fondant (http://cakecentral.com/recipe/michele-fosters-updated-fondant) and MMF = Marshmallow Fondant.

RebeccaBloomwood Posted 14 Apr 2012 , 3:50pm
post #196 of 199
Quote:
Originally Posted by shanter

Quote:
Originally Posted by RebeccaBloomwood


MFF = Marshmallow Fondant


I thought MFF = Michelle Foster's Fondant (http://cakecentral.com/recipe/michele-fosters-updated-fondant) and MMF = Marshmallow Fondant.




oh yep, that's right. sorry, my bad icon_biggrin.gif typo

Boris Posted 16 May 2012 , 7:32am
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Hi I just joined *waves hello*, but I can't find the acronyms page.
I followed the link to: http://cakecentral.com/acronyms/ but it goes to the home page with a different page title - I can't see a list anywhere.
Has it moved?

ailika Posted 20 May 2012 , 9:15pm
post #198 of 199

the same thing is happening when I click on the link, it goes to the home page

manishpcl Posted 14 Dec 2012 , 9:14am
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Commonly used abbreviations, acronyms and shorthand can be found here:
 

http://www.wowletsparty.com/cake-deco-candles.html

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