Sunday, September 12, 2010

Texting Lingo - What do those letters mean?

The following expressions are often called acronyms, but they really aren’t – they are shorthand being used for text messaging (texting) and InstantMessaging (iMing) twittering (tweets) and sometimes blogging.. These are just a few of the hundreds used by kids and adults alike - some are quite innocent - some are quite graphic; check out a complete listing at this popular website..
ADR - Address
ASL - Age/Sex/Location
BFF – Best Friend Forever
BRB - Be Right Back
BRT - Be Right There
F2F - Face To Face
FOAF - Friend Of A Friend
GYPO - Get Your Pants Off
HAK - Hugs And Kisses
ILU or ILY - I Love You
IWSN - I Want Sex Now
KFY - Kiss For You
KPC - Keeping Parents Clueless
LMIRL - Let's Meet In Real Life
LMK - Let Me Know
LOL - Laugh Out Loud
MOOS - Member(s) Of Opposite Sex
MorF - Male or Female
MOSS or MOTSS - Member(s) Of Same Sex
NALOPKT - Not A Lot Of People Know That
NIFOC - Nude In Front Of Computer
P911 - Parent Alert
PAL - Parents Are Listening
PAW - Parents Are Watching
PIR - Parent In Room
POS - Parent Over Shoulder
SorG - Straight or Gay
TDTM - Talk Dirty To Me
WYCM - Will You Call Me?
Remember these are constantly being added to, so check "" often…

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