In addition to sexting terms, the guide also reveals references to drugs such as “420” for marijuana and disturbingly, KMS and KYS which mean “kill myself” and “kill yourself” respectively.
The post has now been shared around 4,000 times, and while most people commenting “liked” the post, others took exception to it, with some teenagers claiming most of the abbreviations were alien to them.
There are various terms to alert the other person in a conversation that a parent is around, including MOS (mum over shoulder), P999 (parent alert) or PAL (parents are listening), and even KPC for “keeping parents clueless”.
Parents may be horrified if they found the abbreviations NIFOC on their child’s feed, as it apparently stands for “naked in front of computer”, while IWSN means “I want sex now” and “GYPO” is short for “get your pants off”.
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Some adults commentating were horrified, while others joked that perhaps they would start using some of the x-rated codes in their own messages.
The police force said in another Facebook post: “Some of the codes may not be being used here but it is something to be aware off if you see cryptic messages on your kid’s devices.