Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Parent Life: Want to know what your Children are really saying when they text?

Police in Northern Ireland have released an X-rated guide to sexting so parents can see what  their children are saying via their use of text messaging. Failing to recognise the sexting codes used by Children could lead to parents missing clues that their children are being groomed.

The guide, was posted on the PSNI Newry and Mourne Facebookpage, and deciphers abbreviations used for explicit chat. It reveals that simple codes such as ‘NIFOC’ translates as naked in front of computer, ‘IWSN’ means I want sex now, ‘LMIRL’ is let’s meet in real life and ‘LH6’, means let’s have sex.