Do you have kids that are teenagers or almost a teen? Am sure you will agree that its takes extra effort in raising and understanding teens.
With the infiltration of technology, you will find teens with various electronic gadget at least a smartphone, tablet or laptop.
Parenting teens involves a lot of monitoring, spending quality time and developing trust with your kids especially if the child is a girl. This is due to their exposure to so many un ethical things on the internet through their various gadgets.
Periodically, mid-lifers need a short refresher course in texting slang. How else do you know what your teens are telling you? Your answer to that question was probably IDK, amirite?
Help is on the way, here are some coded words terms you must know to help you in monitoring and taking appropriate actions were needed:
In the same vein, IK stands for “I know.”
We aren’t quite sure how that’s any faster to thumb-type but you do shave a few characters off. As for meaning, the texter is seeking affirmation or agreement.
We hope to never see 6 and 7 in the same thread.
And no, not posted in this sense.
This comes from the number of letters in each word and has stumped many a parent before you.
Same letter-counting deal as above.
Not same letter-counting deal as above. We feel you, parents. This is confusing stuff, amirite?
The letter C sometimes shows up representing “see.”
Followed by an event and generally a reaction GIF. An example:
“HIFW I realized today is Friday.”
When your kid texts ‘143,’ should you be alarmed?