Adult chat lingo

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You can bet that as text speak becomes more widespread and the need to express ourselves quickly and more accurately via our devices becomes more of a necessity, people will come with all sorts of other weird, quirky acronyms that will probably catch on.CNN has a piece about internet slang — you know, LOL, OMG, IKR.If you ever look at what they’re actually doing on there, you’ll likely see a lot of innocent “Snapstreaking,” some funny Buzzfeed videos and a bunch of letters and numbers that look like some kind of modern-day shorthand.

You can bet that as text speak becomes more widespread and the need to express ourselves quickly and more accurately via our devices becomes more of a necessity, people will come with all sorts of other weird, quirky acronyms that will probably catch on.CNN has a piece about internet slang — you know, LOL, OMG, IKR.If you ever look at what they’re actually doing on there, you’ll likely see a lot of innocent “Snapstreaking,” some funny Buzzfeed videos and a bunch of letters and numbers that look like some kind of modern-day shorthand.

The story points out, while “LMK” — let me know — and “WYCM” — will you call me?

— are innocent enough, it’s important to identify slang that could signal some dangerous teen behavior, such as “GNOC,’” which means “get naked on camera.”We went to Cool Mom Tech which has a list of 99 texting acronyms and phrases that every parent should know.

“In 1,986 of those times the next word was ‘means," — suggesting people were curious about the lingo but not acting on it.

Bark’s Bason says that’s why it’s so important to add context and conversation to the shorthand teens use.

It's up to you to determine when it is or isn't appropriate to use it according to the conversation and who you're speaking to online or via text message.

seem to be popping up more frequently, the most important thing is to have fun with them and don't take them too seriously.As parents, we want to protect them, some even try to monitor them, but it's not easy.is a website and app that can help you navigate through the dangers of the tech world and how to keep our kids safe.QQ — Crying (often humorously)SFSG — So Far So Good SLT — Something Like That SOL — Sh** Out of Luck SUP — What’s up? 4Q — F*** You VCDA — Vaya Con Dios, Amigo VSF — Very Sad Face WDYM — What Do You Mean? If your teen has a smartphone, chances are they spend several hours a day on text and social media.Chief Parenting Officer for Bark, Titania Jordan, joined us on Good Morning Arizona with a list of text slang terms every parent should be aware of, and explained how Bark works.Bark's watchdog engine uses advanced algorithms to look for a variety of potential issues, such as cyberbullying, sexting, drug-related content, and signs of depression or suicidal thoughts."We teach our kids to look both ways when they cross the street. We need to do the same thing for children with digital uses," Bason says.Get more like this delivered to your inbox: Sign up for the weekly Talking Tech newsletter.Bark analyzes some 10-million teen messages per month across 21 different platforms including text, email, Instagram, Snapchat, and You Tube.Here’s the most recent list of the top “sneaky” terms that teens use, according to Bark’s data:53X = sneaky way to type "sex"KMS = kill myself LH6 = let’s have sex KYS = kill yourself MOS = mom over the shoulder POS = parent over shoulder CD9 = code 9, parents around GNOC = get naked on camera.99 = parents are gone WTTP = want to trade photos?

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