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Click here for 5 dangerous apps you don't know your kid is using.I recommend friending or following your kids on any sites they use.If they know you're watching, they're less likely to do something they shouldn't.Plus, you can keep an eye to make sure they aren't revealing information they shouldn't or talking to people who aren't safe.KPC: Keeping Parents Clueless MOS: Mom Over Shoulder P911: Parent Alert PAL: Parents Are Listening PAW: Parents Are Watching PIR: Parent In Room POS: Parent Over Shoulder Your kid's personal information or safety is at risk ASL: Age/Sex/Location F2F: Face to Face. TDTM: Talk Dirty To Me Not every acronym is bad BRB: Be Right Back CWYL: Chat With You Later CYT: See You Tomorrow IMHO: In My Humble Opinion IMNSHO: In My Not So Humble Opinion L8R: Later LMK: Let Me Know NM: Never Mind ROTFL: Rolling On The Floor Laughing SOHF: Sense Of Humor Failure If you're curious about another acronym that you've stumbled across in your kids' texts or chat, look it up on Net Lingo.
These uninspired openers didn’t do much to get the conversation going.If you see the following acronyms on your kids' gadgets, it's time for a serious talk.A quick note on LOL: While most people use this as "laugh out loud," there are people who use it as "lots of love." This can lead to unfortunate cases where you end up "laughing" at someone's tragic news.Those letters and numbers are an ever-evolving code that kids pick up from their friends.Some acronyms really are harmless, like the now-common LOL, but there are plenty that aren't.