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You don't want your hubby bending over and getting quite a surprise cause you accidentally put the M's next to each other hahahahaha

yea that would NOT be good lol

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yes, writing it out is what I suggest. You don't want your hubby bending over and getting quite a surprise cause you accidentally put the M's next to each other hahahahaha

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thanks! :) it's what I do

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Gina gives great prose.

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Kind, Kitten has the right idea. Don't worry about the abbreviations, just write out what you want to say in full words. That way it won't be misinterpreted by the reader, especially if you were to inadvertently use the wrong combination of letters. Gina's explanation was spot on, too!

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Gina, you did a great job of explaining it all in a hundred words or less.

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lol it can be confusing. you can just say what you are looking for ( couples or single males or females, and soft or full swap )

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Here's only my take on it:

Full swap: when a MF couple has sex with another MF couple, sex meaning penetration, intercourse, fucking...whether in the same room, swapping partners, or in separate rooms.

Now, a MFMF could occur all on one bed, still can incorporate full swapping, but I think it is just kind of "assumed" that it's more of a mixture. MMFF, now that's a whole other ball of wax: M is with M, F is with F...to be picky about the abbreviation itself.

MFM: one F with 2 males, MMF, one female with 2 males but the two Ms also play with each other as well. You get the idea? That's a rigid interpretation, no pun intended, but the order of the M and F make for the grouping.

There are better definitions somewhere on here...

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