Acronyms like IDK, LOL and OMG may be part of your vocabulary, but are you really fluent in your teen’s text speak?

Probably not, says Katie Greer, national expert in Internet/digital safety and technology and advisory board member for The Internet Keep Safe Coalition. According to Greer, kids have caught on to the fact that mom and dad are keeping tabs on their texting and social media use, so they’ve turned to codes to keep their conversations under the radar.

Some of them are harmless:

TBH: To be honest
IKR: I know, right?
IDEK: I don't even know. 
SMH: Shaking my head
Dope: Another term for "cool," so no need to freak out!
GOAT: Greatest of all time 
Dime: A term to describe a beautiful girl
No chill: When a person did something "uncool" or "irritating"
143: I love you
CMB: Call me back
CUNS: See you in school
F2F: Face to face
FTW: For the win
HMU: Hit me up
KWIM: Know what I mean?
WYCM: Will you call me?

Others, not so much. Here are some to look out for:

Netflix and chill: Hooking up (with a Netflix on in the background)
THOT: That "ho" over there
AF: As f***
?^: Want to hook up?
303: Mom
9: Parent watching
99: Parent gone
AITR: Adult in the room
ASLP: Age/sex/location/picture?
CD9 or Code 9: Parent around
GNOC: Get naked on camera
GYOP: Get your pants off
IPN: I’m posting naked
KPC: Keeping parents clueless
LH6: Let’s have sex
LMIRL: Let’s meet in real life
M/POS: Mom/parent over shoulder
PA or PA911: Parent alert
PAL: Parents are listening
PAW: Parents are watching
PIR: Parent in room
RU/18: Are you over 18?
WTTP: Want to trade pictures?

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