Hot teen cyber chat
Just when you think you're totally down with the youths with their FMLs and OMGs and all that, this kind of list comes along.
With this list, parents can now rest easy in the knowledge that being called GOAT is actually a very good thing and OOTD can explain why their teens take four dozen selfies."We can't imagine parents "resting easy" when they see their kids are using something that means "that ho over there," but we get the idea. So check out our answers below and try and guess yourself what these popular teen Internet acronyms stand for: PAP"Pee-pees and pee-pees" (new term for sausage fest)"Please ask pop""Pap smear""Paparazzi""Pies are perfect" IDEK"I did everything, k? Dime: "The highest rating on a scale of 1-10; used to share approval or express how good something is"10. Frog emoji coffee cup emoji: "Based off a popular meme of Kermit the Frog drinking a cup of tea, teens use this emoji combo to sarcastically imply ‘but that's none of my business' or ‘I'm just saying'"And that's how you communicate with teens in 2016.Mary Ellen Handy had a painful crash course in the dangers of the Internet.The trouble started in her freshman year of high school after a dispute over a boy's affections.While, yes, those snaps aren’t saved on the sender’s end, they can be saved and shared by other users.In fact, DMR reports that one million “Snapchat stories have been shared publicly.” If parents do not have Snapchat on their list of apps to investigate, they should.