This has a similar relation to the Question and Answer thread, except it is done with acronyms. An example:
You can have more than one definition, you can make up your own acronym definitions, but please don't use AcronymFinder. It takes the fun out of this thread.simX:
So, I will start:
the xootblog - weirdness for the masses
"(Insert here)" - xoot
"God really had to go today." - googolplex
Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
(hint Piece of Crap works nicely
personal computer, yah?
How about TWAIN (This is an odd one)?
"Technology Without An Interesting Name" I learned that in CSE 100 (computer systems engineering), the instructor thought it was pretty funny.
SAFU (Hint: It's a military term)
"May all your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view, where something strange and more beautiful and more full of wonder than your deepest dreams waits for you."
Strange Acronym For Users.
DO they have to be serious?
Die, Donut, Radioactively!
If they do have to be serious I'm in trouble.
Soft, pretty cool resistors
P.S. nkuvu: Two CORRECT answers would have been "double data-rate" or "dance dance revolution".
P.P.S. Should we impose the same 10-post timeout rule like in the Question & Answer thread?
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