Letters For Short Cuts To Words?

Decorating By madmay Updated 16 Jul 2013 , 10:13pm by Annabakescakes

madmay Posted 2 Jul 2013 , 9:12pm
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Help!

Hello, I don't know if I said that right but what I want to know is there a list for all of the lettering like: RKT = rice krispies treats ( just learned that one today). There are so many that if I want to know what it is I have to type the letters in search to find out?

If there isn't a list, is it possible that one could be made?

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madmay Posted 2 Jul 2013 , 9:20pm
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Just to let you know, I tried the site listed www.cakecentral.com/acronyms/ and it would not come up....Am I doing something wrong?

Omas Cakes Posted 2 Jul 2013 , 10:50pm
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ATry this link: http://cakecentral.com/t/2926/cake-central-acronyms. The other link is dead! This is long but has good information. Don't know of a "list" any more unless someone copied it way back when. HTH

Omas Cakes Posted 2 Jul 2013 , 11:49pm
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AFound this, it came from here but I don't know who compiled it as I copied and pasted. It helped me and whom ever compiled it did a lot of work! So thank you!!!!

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 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 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)

bct806 Posted 3 Jul 2013 , 6:55am
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Originally Posted by Omas Cakes 

Try this link: http://cakecentral.com/t/2926/cake-central-acronyms. The other link is dead! This is long but has good information. Don't know of a "list" any more unless someone copied it way back when. HTH

That link takes you to the dead link. Omas Cakes has the acronyms. I found them on here and copied and pasted them a while back. :)

madmay Posted 16 Jul 2013 , 5:00pm
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BCT806,

Thank you thank you thank you! And for looking for it > Thank you for taking the timethumbs_up.gifThis will help me so much in reading the posts and all.

Annabakescakes Posted 16 Jul 2013 , 7:47pm
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Does anyone remember that there was once a time where you could hover over the acronym and the meaning of it would pop up in a bubble? Whatever happened to that?

denetteb Posted 16 Jul 2013 , 10:03pm
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AAnna, yes. I loved that feature.

Annabakescakes Posted 16 Jul 2013 , 10:13pm
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AI loved it too, too bad it is gone. I actually would hover even when I did know what it meant, it was just fun :-D

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