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m4w = man for woman w4m = woman for man Some variations: if there's a "t" there it's either transsexual, transgender or transvestite. The first letter signifies marital status or sexual orientation, the second letter is race and the third is gender. May have undergone a sex change or just wants to be considered by society as a member of the opposite sex. Those guys who want strap-ons used on them aren't necessarily gay either. They're just guys who like to take care of their appearance. " There are people who say they're posting an ad for the last time and this can go on for months.

m4t = man 4 transsexual If there's a plural form (mm4ww, mw4w, w4ww etc.), "m" will always be man, "w" will still be woman. SAF = Single Asian Female Bi WM = Bisexual White Male MBM = Married Black Male GHM = Gay Hispanic Male DWF = Divorced White Female Some variations: if a "p" appears somewhere in the middle, it means "professional." SWPM = Single White Professional Male If there's a "j" in the middle, it stands for "Jewish." SJPM = Single Jewish Professional Male If they post only two letters, they don't want to reveal either their marital status or race but they always say what their gender is. What's with those requests from gay guys for "straight dudes" to have sex with them (yes, Mr. Doesn't anyone realize that if a straight guy had sex with a gay guy, he'd either be bi or gay?

ACA: Accredited certifying agent ACEP: Agricultural Conservation Easement Program ACRE: Average Crop Revenue Election ADA: Americans with Disabilities Act ADAAA: Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act AES: Agricultural Experiment Station AGM: Asian Gypsy moth AGR: Adjusted Gross Revenue Pilot AGR-L: Adjusted Gross Revenue-Lite AHPA: Animal Health Protection Act AI/AN: American Indian / Alaska Native AIIS: Automated Import Inspection System ALB: Asian long-horned beetle AMA: Agricultural Management Assistance Program AMS: Agricultural Marketing Service ANCSA: Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act ANPR: Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking ANREP: Association of Natural Resources Extension Professionals AO: Administrative Officer APHIS: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service AQI: Agricultural Quarantine and Inspection ARC: Agricultural Risk Coverage ARC-CO: County Agricultural Risk Coverage ARC-IC: Individual Agricultural Risk Coverage AREERA: Agricultural Research, Extension, and Education Reform Act of 1998 ARH: Actual Revenue History ARIS: Agricultural Research Information System ARMS: Agricultural Resource Management Survey ARRA: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ARS: Agricultural Research Service ATRA: The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 AWA: Animal Welfare Act AWEP: Agricultural Water Enhancement Program Back to Top...

B&I: Business and Industry Program BARC: Beltsville Agricultural Research Center BCAP: Biomass Crop Assistance Program BFRDP: Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program BSE: Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy Bt: Bacillus thuringiensis (bacterium) Back to Top...

I never understood it either, it's just a clever way to say you are not a beach whale..-DDF – drug disease free, this is a standard acronym with no real meaning, as probably more than 50% of the people that put it are lying -FWB – friends with benefits, not really, see NSA -JO – jerk off, I just learned that today, crazy shit huh -BBW – big beautiful women, big black women, I think it’s interchangeable, I don’t know Real meanings (please, not bashing anyone here, I’m just hip to the lingo now, and I applaud you people for your creativity) -Fit/athletic – no muscles definition to speak of, this really means average, and not obese (there are muscles on here, but they are few and far between) -Average – this really means fat, because over 60% of the country is overweight, so that makes overweight people the ‘norm’ therefore, they are average -Thick but in the right places – again, this means overweight -Thick but I hold it well – I really don’t get this.

I suppose it means they wear clothes that fit them and nothing hangs over -Curvy – again…you see the trend right -Cute – this means I will not make you scream when you see my face -Attractive - this is a step above cute Favorite sayings/insults: -Asshat -Fucktard -Flame away -Poppers – (I have no clue what this/these are, and I do not think I want to know) -Smooth bottom - (bear with me...a common saying in the M4M, it means male takes it in the ass) -Top - another saying in the m4m section, it means a man gives it in the ass Other helpful tips: -Please be careful if you browse M4M, it can be quite traumatizing.

Just a product of moderating on a singles' website for some time now (which I have never and will never promote here, I keep my life compartmentalized and come here when I need to take a break). Except I do know I run away screaming from men who'd probably do it in person by way of introducing themselves to me. If you don't want the whole world to know you're posting on a website (or don't want pic collectors using your pic to whack off), I have one word for you: Paint. People who post an ad day after day (hell, hour after hour), 24/7... And (for those who have asked) has not experienced all of these terms... If you're a friend I've met on CL and we're still hanging out --- you're probably as quirky as I am and we're the only sane people left here.

R&P: Research and Promotion Program RBEG: Rural Business Enterprise Program Grants RBIP: Rural Business Investment Program RBOG: Rural Business Opportunity Program Grants RBS: Rural Business-Cooperative Service RCDG: Rural Cooperative Development Grants RCPP: Regional Conservation Partnership Program RCRA: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act RD: Rural Development REA: Rural Electrification Administration REAP (9007): Rural Energy for America Program REAP Zone: Rural Economic Area Partnership Program REDLG: Rural Economic Development Loans and Grants REE: Research, Education and Economics RHS: Rural Housing Service RIF: Reduction in Force RMA: Risk Management Agency RMAP: Rural Microentrepreneur Assistance Program RMD: Recall Management Division RUS: Rural Utilities Service Back to Top...MAP: Market Access Program MFH: Multi-family Housing Program MILC: Milk Income Loss Contract program MLGs: Marketing loan gains MOA: Memorandum of Agreement MOAD: Marketing Order and Agreement Division MOI: Memorandum of Interview MOU: Memorandum of Understanding MPI: Meat and Poultry Inspection MPP: Margin Protection Program MRP: Marketing and Regulatory Programs MYA: Market year average Back to Top...NABG: Nutrition Assistance Block Grants NACMCF: National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods NACMPI: National Advisory Committee on Meat and Poultry Inspection NAD: National Appeals Division NAFTA: North American Free Trade Agreement NAIS: National Animal Identification System NAL: National Agricultural Library NAP: Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program NAREEE Board: The National Agricultural Research, Extension, Education, and Economics Advisory Board NASS: National Agricultural Statistics Service NDS: Nondiscrimination Statement NEL: Nutrition Evidence Library NEPA: National Environmental Policy Act NFC: National Finance Center NHPA: National Historic Preservation Act NIFA: National Institute of Food and Agriculture NIMS: National Information Management System NLEA: Nutrition Labeling and Education Act NNMRRA: National Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research Act NOCCSP: National Organic Certification Cost Share Program NOP: National Organic Program NOSB: National Organic Standards Board NPL: National Program Leader NRCS: Natural Resources Conservation Service NRE: Natural Resources and Environment NRF: National Response Framework NSIP: Nutrition Services Incentive Program NSLA: National School Lunch Act NSLP: National School Lunch Program NTE: Not to Exceed NTIS: National Technology Information Service NTTC: National Technology Transfer Coordinator NVSL: National Veterinary Services Laboratories Back to Top...OA: Office of the Administrator OAA: Office of the Associate Administrator OAE: Office of Advocacy and Enterprise OALJ: Office of Administrative Law Judges OAO: Office of Advocacy and Outreach OASA: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration OASCR: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights OBPA: Office of Budget and Program Analysis OC: Office of Communications OCA: Office of the Consumer Advisor OCCSP: Organic Certification Cost Share Programs OCE: Office of Community Engagement OCE: Office of the Chief Economist OCFO: Office of Chief Financial Officer OCHRO: Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer OCIO: Office Chief Information Officer OCONUS: Outside Continental United States OCR: Office of Congressional Relations OCS: Office of the Chief Scientist OCT: Office of Cultural Transformation OES: Office of the Executive Secretariat OGC: Office of the General Counsel OGE: Office of Government Ethics OHR: Office of Human Resources OHSE: Office of Homeland Security and Emergency OIE: World Organization for Animal Health OIG: Office of Inspector General OMB: Office of Management and Budget OSDBU: Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization OSEC: Office of Secretary OTR: Office of Tribal Relations Back to Top...PA: Privacy Act PACA: Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act of 1930 PBIS: Performance Based Inspection System PD: Position Description PFGE: Pulse-Field Gel Electrophoresis PHHRS: Public Health Human Resources System Demonstration Project PHIS: Public Health Information System PHV: Public Health Veterinarian Phyto: Phytosanitary Certificate (also called PC) PIA: Privacy Impact Assessment PII: Personally Identifiable Information PIQ: Partners in Quality PL: Public Law PLC: Price Loss Coverage PPA: Plant Protection Act PPI: Producer Price Index PPIA: Poultry Products Inspection Act PPQ: Plant Protection and Quarantine (APHIS) PSA: Packers and Stockyards Administration PVPA: Plant Variety Protection Act PVPC: Plant Variety Protection Certificate Back to Top...

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