TOP 20 Acronym's for Texting - Watch out Parents!!

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Partners

I know I am a mom that likes to be aware of what is being said w/ my kids and these text messages.  So, I thought some of you might want to know too.  Some of our kids are getting exposed to things now and it is always good to know what people are saying to them. 

Yes, I do check my kids' text message!  I pay the bills, they live in my house, they get their messages checked! 

 KPC - Keeping Parents Clueless

TD2M- Talk Dirty to Me

IWSN- I Want Sex Now

NIFOC- Nude in Front of Computer

GYPO-Get your pants off

ADR - Address

WYCM- Will You Call Me

KFU- Kisses For You

MOOS- Member of Opposite Sex

MOSS- Member of Same Sex

PIR-Parents in Room

NALOPKT - Not A lot of People Know This

P911- Parent Alert

PAW- Parents are Watching

LMIRL- Let's Meet in Real Life

PAL - Parents are Listening

ASL - Age Sex Location

MorF- Male or Female

SorG- Straight or Gay

POS- Parents Over Shoulder



Brooke Shepherd

Keller Williams Clients Choice



Comments (8)

Tim Spargo
Spec Rite Inspections - Lancaster Palmdale CA Inspector - Palmdale, CA
Certified Master Inspector, Inspected Rite

Somewhat related ..or unrelated. Upon a young person passing by, my mom, asks him why his pants are so low. His response "I'm available". Well, I'll keep an eye on my kids, but you learn something new everyday don't we.


Tim Spargo

Colorado Springs Home Inspections

Feb 07, 2009 04:48 PM

Also watch out for girls wearing paper clips on their skirts to school.  The number of paper clips means the number of boys they have messed around with.  Also, different colored strings on a girl's wrist tells the boys what they're "looking for" and will to do in the sack.  For instance, a red string could mean "I want sex" whereas a green string could mean "I'll give head."  Pretty scary...

Nov 12, 2009 04:51 AM
Patrick Engleman

This is complete crap. No one uses these.

Nov 12, 2009 08:26 AM

Patrick is absolutely right.  NIFOC = naked in front of computer?  Are you serious?  If one's parents were truly looking over one's shoulder, it would take more than a clever acronym to fool them in such a situation.  I have literally never seen one of these used.  Ever.

Nov 12, 2009 08:47 AM

And Mel, you're in idiot.

Nov 12, 2009 08:48 AM

But don't listen to me.  I'm just a clever kid trying to fool you all!

Nov 12, 2009 08:50 AM


Nov 12, 2009 03:39 PM
Brooke Shepherd
Keller Williams Partners - Colorado Springs, CO
Speak With Honesty~Act with Integrity

Patrick and Peter, I hate to disappoint you boys. But if you type in the letters on a Google search it comes up like crazy. 

Also what Tim and Mel brought up are true aswell.  I researched that aswell and Time Magazine even covered that.  My husband and I both remember it being on the news. 

I feel it is always good to be aware than assume it will never be or happen. 

Also, it saddens me that Patrick and Peter would try to make people feel stupid when they apparently don't have their facts straight.  Do your research boys before you start trying to make other people feel stupid. 


Nov 15, 2009 02:29 PM