Added: Charnette Morse - Date: 01.03.2022 06:12 - Views: 32390 - Clicks: 1878
Between TBH to be honest and lit, it's nearly impossible to keep up with the lingo that teens are using on their smartphones. Unfortunately, more and more code words are popping up that allow teens to secretly send vulgar message even under the watch of their parents.
Luckily, there's a list for parents to keep track of to stay in the loop. According to the Daily Mailthe Humberside Police in the United Kingdom handed out a sexting code sheet cheat to worried parents to help protect their children from secretly exchanging explicit messages.
Although we haven't seen a copy of it, the Daily Mail and other news sites say the sheet contains acronyms like "IWSN" sexting codes "I want sex now" and "PAW," which is used to alert message receivers that parents are watching.
A similar guide was created by the Kim Komado Show earlier this year.
It reveals a long list of codes, as well as alternative meanings behind certain emojis. The Humberside Police said in a statement that their decision to release their own report came after "numerous reports of young people sharing sexual, naked or semi-naked images of themselves, also known as sexting. The American Academy of Pediatrics also has its own advice on how parents can help prevent their kids from sending photos and messages they will later regret.
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