Do you understand what I'm talking about? Maybe you need to GAC (Get a Clue).
ROTFL - rolling on the floor laughing
TAW - teachers are watching
FOAF - friend of a friend
CD9 – parents are around
PAW - parents are watching
Parents, do you wonder what your kid is really saying online or text on their cellphones? Well, you not alone.
There is nothing wrong with admitting there is no way we actually know all of our kids lingo! Deciphering our kid's abbreviations and acronyms can be quite frustrating but, there is help available.
Teen Chat Decoder was designed to help parents understand what their kids were "really" saying online and to help keep them safe. It's easy to use and best of all it's free.
With Teen Chat Decoder you can type the term you wish to search for and their teen chat term database will automatically start to display all possible results for your search. They also have an option where you can add a new chat acronym to their database.
Teen Chat Decoder will also interpret emoticons such as:
:P - sticking tongue out
:-() - big mouth (User is rambling)
! - I have a comment
Next time your need to find out what your children are saying online, head on over to Teen Chat Decoder.
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