Let’s assume a girl puts up a profile picture on Bbm, you could send her something like: YOU: “I dodge it joor, that picture will not work on me. Don’t destroy my marriage.”You get the gist abi, turn the table around and make it look like she is chasing you.
Here are more examples HER: “What do you do for a living? ”Another example: HER: “Hi.”YOU: “*smiling icon* I won’t reply your messages now. Send me another message in the next 20 years.”Hope you are getting it? I want that for valentine, don’t go and buy me singlet and boxers”You get it, right?
Others are harmless on their own but still important to know in context.
If you feel guilty taking a peek at your little darling’s computer and phone, remember one thing: You paid for them. ” What 13-year-old is asking someone to “meet for coffee?
Texting, instant messaging and chat rooms use a strange, new language that’s filled with abbreviations and acronyms designed to quickly communicate and easily disguise a myriad of sex and drug terminology. Some of the abbreviations and acronyms have been created so that kids can continue their conversation with friends while a parent is watching over their shoulder, confident the old folks are clueless.
For example, if you saw your daughter sending the text message, “PAW GYPO & Ill GNOC later” would you know she just scheduled a time for a naked video camera session after you go to bed for the night?
Today’s teens and tweens are connected to one another, and to the world, via digital technology more than any previous generation.
Parents must begin the difficult conversation about sexting before there is a problem and introduce the issue as soon as a child is old enough to have a cell phone.
Doing that is only going to make them want to hide their activities.
A better solution is to have frank, honest and factually accurate conversations with them about sex and sexuality.
It’s boring, very boring: For instance; never do this –GUY: How was your day. What I’m about to show you is the almighty formula of being funny both during chats and in real life. I will take each of them and give you examples; come with me….#1: TURNING WHAT SHE SAYS AND PLAYFULLY MAKING IT LOOK LIKE SHE IS WOOING YOU: The heading is self explanatory, right?
But just in case you’ve not gotten it yet, here are practical examples on how to do it. What do you mean (or something else like that).”YOU: “Now she is sending me love letters *tongue out* I’m married joor.