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10-Jun-2019 02:25

Making parents aware of the cryptic messages, which also include drug references, is part of a new purge by the Humberside force on sexting.

A spokesman said: 'We have recently had numerous reports of young people sharing sexual, naked or semi-naked images of themselves, also known as sexting.'Therefore, we're urging parents to talk to their children about the dangers of sexting as it could lead to embarrassment, blackmail or even a criminal record.' 1.

But they really mean What's Your Real Name, Parent Alert, Let's Meet in Real Life, Mum Over Shoulder, Talk Dirty to Me, and I Want Sex Now.

Humberside Police compiled a staggering list of 112 codes that children use while exchanging lewd images and messages.

Phrases that parents should be aware of include 'GNOC', 'WTTP' and 'PAL'.

We are not here to impress you with 20 women for 1 man.She was runner-up in this year's season of My Kitchen Rules.But reality TV star has finished first when it comes to love, her longtime partner Daniel Pearson popping the question.Scroll down for video 'Text lingo practically changes weekly and a lot of the time, parents have no clue what their kids and their friends are saying,' Titania Jordan, chief parent officer of Bark, which monitors potential hazards on kids' mobile phones and alerts parents, told Country104.'I'm surprised at how many parents still don't know what "Netflix and chill" means,' she added. Surveillance software has become more popular among parents trying to keep an eye on their children's online activities. Bark, like similar programmes, claims to be able to decipher when children are joking around and when they are being serious.'If it's a high school girl who's tripped and fallen in the hallway in front of her crush, and she texts her friend, "KMS" [kill myself], the software will recognise that she's joking and won't alert her parents that she's on the verge of suicide,' Ms Jordan said.'But if it detects a kid expressing loneliness or sadness and that acronym pops up, the parents will be alerted.'Phrases that parents should be aware of include 'GNOC', 'WTTP' and 'PAL'.

We are not here to impress you with 20 women for 1 man.

She was runner-up in this year's season of My Kitchen Rules.

But reality TV star has finished first when it comes to love, her longtime partner Daniel Pearson popping the question.

Scroll down for video 'Text lingo practically changes weekly and a lot of the time, parents have no clue what their kids and their friends are saying,' Titania Jordan, chief parent officer of Bark, which monitors potential hazards on kids' mobile phones and alerts parents, told Country104.'I'm surprised at how many parents still don't know what "Netflix and chill" means,' she added. Surveillance software has become more popular among parents trying to keep an eye on their children's online activities.

Bark, like similar programmes, claims to be able to decipher when children are joking around and when they are being serious.'If it's a high school girl who's tripped and fallen in the hallway in front of her crush, and she texts her friend, "KMS" [kill myself], the software will recognise that she's joking and won't alert her parents that she's on the verge of suicide,' Ms Jordan said.'But if it detects a kid expressing loneliness or sadness and that acronym pops up, the parents will be alerted.'Phrases that parents should be aware of include 'GNOC', 'WTTP' and 'PAL'.

Worried officers figured out that teens have a sinister new language as part of KPC (Keeping Parents Clueless).