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Internet slangs every parent should know

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Kids adapt a whole new language when chatting via instant messaging apps, texting and various chat rooms. A language filled with acronyms and abbreviations created for easy communication. Most of these Internet slangs are camouflaged sex and drug terminologies.

Being a parent, the inability to ‘crack’ these Internet slangs could mean you are in trouble. They never want you to read their messages, emails or chats while standing over their shoulders. Parental control apps like mSpy will give you access to all these text messages (deleted chats inclusive), social media messaging chats, and emails. But what is the use of the information when you cannot even read or understand it because it’s ‘coded’?

Moreover, some of these hidden messages resemble the ‘Da Vinci Code’ and only the kids themselves can decode them. You may be very familiar with a few abbreviations like ‘LOL’ – laughing out loud or ‘OMG’- Oh my God, but that’s the tip of the iceberg.

Say you happen to ‘accidentally stumble’ upon your 14-year-old daughter’s chats with the help of the mSpy parental control app ‘IWSN’? And say one of the messages reads, ‘I want to have sex now’. That would be disturbing if you had no clue what it meant.

The mSpy parental control app understands what parents go through and we have decoded some of their Internet slangs and acronyms to keep you abreast. Most of them are not what every parent would love to hear their kids say, and mSpy hopes you never have to see your kids use them. Others are less dangerous but you still need to have them in hand.

Please be reminded that most of them may be offensive

  • PIR – Parent in room
  • 9 – Parent watching
  • CD9 – Code 9 (parents are around)
  • HAK – Hugs and Kisses
  • 99 – Parent gone
  • TDTM – talk dirty to me
  • CU46 – see you for sex
  • 8 – oral sex
  • 420 – marijuana
  • 1174’ – party meeting place
  • CID – acid (drug)
  • DOC – drug of choice
  • POS – Parent over shoulder
  • KPC- Keeping parents clueless
  • ILU – I Love You
  • ASL(RP) – age, sex, location, race, picture
  • (L)MIRL – let’s meet in real life
  • MorF – male or female
  • RU/18 – Are You Over 18?
  • WUF – Where You From
  • SorG – Straight or Gay
  • RUH – Are You Horny?
  • CU46 – see you for sex
  • Q2C – Quick To Cum
  • KOTL -Kiss On The Lips
  • NIFOC – Naked in Front of Computer
  • RU/18 – Are You Over 18?
  • GYPO – Get your pants off
  • WTTP – Want to trade pics?
  • SUGARPIC – Suggestive or erotic photo
  • TWD – Texting while driving
  • 143 – I love you
  • 459 –I love you
  • 404 – I don’t have a clue
  • 4COL – for crying out loud
  • B& – Banned
  • CNP – Continue in the next post
  • JK – Just kidding
  • WTGP – want to go private
  • WYCM – will you call me
  • NMU – Not Much, You?
  • *W* – Wink
  • FWB – Friends with benefits
  • TAW – Teachers are watching
  • molly – a term for ecstasy/MDMA
  • skl – school
  • PRON – Porn

Other features you get from our parental control app

The mSpy parental app also has GPS location and Geofencing features that enable you to know your kid’s location at any given time. You also get to set up virtue zones of permitted and dangerous zones for your kid. You get alerted via email when any of those zones are breached. It has the browser history, call logs, phonebook, keylogger features to assist you in understanding what goes on in your kid’s online life and helps you make the best decisions to prevent the problems associated with it.

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