Parents should 'know the code'
 

Teens have developed their own, online language when it comes to texting and connecting on social media, so they can communicate without their parents knowing what's being said. Acronyms are used on social media apps and text messaging, and some can be pretty explicit and racy, 

WARNING: Some of these "codes" listed are extremely vulgar

  • TDTM - Talk dirty to me
  • S2R - Send to receive
  • NIFOC - Naked in front of computer
  • SorG - Straight or gay?
  • JO - Jerk off
  • PAW - Parents are watching
  • PIR - Parents in room
  • POS - Parents over shoulder
  • YWS - You want sex?
  • WYCM - Will you call me?
  • RU18 - Are you 18?
  • CD9/Code 9 - Parent/Adult around
  • LMIRL - Let’s meet in real life
  • ASLP - Age, sex, location, photo
  • PRON - Porn
  • 420 - Marijuana
  • TINA- Crystal Meth
  • XTC - Ecstacy
  • 8 - Oral sex
  • 143 - I love you
  • CU46 - See you for sex
  • DUM - Do you masturbate?
  • GNOC - Get naked on cam
  • GYPO - Get your pants off
  • GNRN - Get naked right now
  • FMH - **** me harder
  • IWS - I want sex
  • IIT - Is it tight?
  • Q2C - Quick to come
  • RUH - Are you horny?
  • AQB - Alcohol on board
  • BWKOTL - Big wet kiss on the lips
  • F2F - Face to face
  • I12CU - I want to see you
  • Jst4U - Just for you
  • MYMU - Make your mind up
  • MorF - Male or female?
  • 6ual - Sexual
  • S2Bx - Soon-to-be ex
  • U@? - Where are you?
  • W4U - Waiting for you
  • WYRN - What’s your real name?
 
 
 
 
By Lena-Sullivan 03/04/2016 12:50:00
 

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