You know what "LOL" means and you also obviously know what "BRB" means, but let me test your coolness!
Any idea what "IWSN" and "NIFOC" stands for in Internet slangs?
"IWSN" is a declarative statement: I want sex now while "NIFOC" means naked in front of computer.
If it makes you feel any better, I had no clue, and neither did a number of women I asked about it.
So "LMK" — let me know — and "WYCM" — will you call me? — are innocent enough.
But the issue, especially for parents, is understanding the slang that could signal some dangerous teen behavior, such as "GNOC,'" which means "get naked on camera."
And it certainly helps for a parent to know that "PIR" means parent in room, which could mean the teen wants to have a conversation about things that his or her mom and dad might not approve of.
NN's digital correspondent, Kelly Wallace, compiled a list of some internet acronyms widely used by savvy teens on social media and texting apps that he thinks all parents should know...lol for CNN.
Read the list, he says it will redefine how you monitor your teen's conversations with his/her peers when you continue.....
1. IWSN - I want sex now
2. GNOC - Get naked on camera
3. NIFOC - Naked in front of computer
4. PIR - Parent in room
5 CU46 - See you for sex
6. 53X - Sex
7. 9 - Parent watching
8. 99 - Parent gone
9. 1174' - Party meeting place
10. THOT - That hoe over there
11. CID - Acid (the drug)
12. Broken - Hungover from alcohol
13. 420 - Marijuana
14. POS - Parent over shoulder
15. SUGARPIC - Suggestive or erotic photo
16. KOTL - Kiss on the lips
17. (L)MIRL - Let's meet in real life
18. PRON - Porn
19. TDTM - Talk dirty to me
20. 8 - Oral sex
21. CD9 - Parents around/Code 9
22. IPN - I'm posting naked
23. LH6 - Let's have sex
24. WTTP - Want to trade pictures?
25. DOC - Drug of choice
26. TWD - Texting while driving
27. GYPO - Get your pants off
28. KPC- Keeping parents clueless