Parents, here's a pop quiz. When your 16-year-old daughter texts her boyfriend CU46, do you know what it means? How about KPC or NIFOC? Sit down for this. The CU46 means "See You For Sex." KPC means "Keeping Parents Clueless," and NIFOC means "Naked In Front Of Computer." Time magazine recently reported that by the time they are 18 most teens have engaged in "sexting" -- sending nude or partially nude photos via a cell phone text message. And a big part of that involves what can appear to be a secret code to communicate a laundry list of sexual desires and plans. has helpfully decoded 20 popular text acronyms that every parent should know:
  1. ASL: Age Sex Location 
  2. DOC: Drug of Choice 
  3. KPC: Keeping Parents Clueless 
  4. LMIRL: Let's Meet in Real Life 
  5. PAL: Parents Are Listening 
  6. NIFOC: Naked In Front Of Computer 
  7. CU46: See You For Sex 
  8. CID: Acid 
  9. IWSRN: I Want Sex Right Now 
  10. THOT: That Hoe Over There 
  11. 420: Marijuana 
  12. 304: Hoe 
  13. GYPO: Get Your Pants Off 
  14. GNRN: Get Naked Right Now 
  15. GNOC: Get Naked on Camera 
  16. 53X: Sex 
  17. TINA: Meth 
  18. SUGARPIC: Sexy Pic 
  19. 1174: Party meetup 
  20. PRON: Porn 
What can parents do if they suspect their children are sexting? Talk to your kids! Choose a relaxed time and setting. Ask your teen about sexting and express how you feel in a conversational, non-confrontational way. "A two-way dialog can go a long way toward helping your kids understand how to minimize legal, social and reputation risks," says


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