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Nebraskabound

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I've been on this site now for over an hour and half and have seen PITA several times.....
Can someone tell me what this means?
Thanks!
 

Nebraskabound

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Now that's just funny! And here I was looking for the hummus.....Thanks for the info!
 

Arks

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I think there's a key around here somewhere for all the ATIU's (acronyms the innkeepers use).
 

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I know what DH is but I have no idea why. Glad to know their is a glossary.
That is too funny, I always thought it was because of designated hitter. hahahhaha
 

Red Handed Jill

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Around here, I never use (mentally, of course!) PITA. It affects my attitude. Instead, the micro-second someone shows symptoms, they become a DNBA (Do Not Book Again). It allows me to continue on my merry way with peace of mind, knowing I have the power to rescind (sp?) the DNBA status...if I decide to.
 

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Around here, I never use (mentally, of course!) PITA. It affects my attitude. Instead, the micro-second someone shows symptoms, they become a DNBA (Do Not Book Again). It allows me to continue on my merry way with peace of mind, knowing I have the power to rescind (sp?) the DNBA status...if I decide to..
Red Handed Jill said:
Instead, the micro-second someone shows symptoms, they become a DNBA (Do Not Book Again).
We use DNR (do not reserve). I like the double entandre especially when associated with a PITA.
 
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