"But you're not going to get many teens texting each other that they love female/male dominance." "I never heard of that one before," chimes in Parks. " Some of the terms are accurate, Segan says -- chiefly the ones having to do with the presence of parents in the room, or "parent or mom over shoulder." "CD9, POS, MOS -- those are real," he says (though Parks had never heard of them).
"But a lot of the other stuff is just laughably out of date.
But Lisa Weiss, a 40-year-old blackjack dealer, who said she had exchanged 220 messages with Mr Weiner since contacting him on Facebook in August last year, claimed this was not the case.
"I gave him my number and he called me from his office and we proceeded to talk dirty for at least 30 minutes," she told Radar Online.
"Most kids are going to have terms that only they and their small group of friends understand," says Segan.He said he was a "caped crusader" who was "looking for my sidekick".Meanwhile Ginger Lee, a pornographic actress who says she exchanged sexual emails with Mr Weiner, said he sent her a message suggesting she tell the press she had "nothing to do" with his situation. That's according to a new list entitled "Top 50 Text Acronyms Parents Should Know," which is is making its way around the Internet and has caught the eye of some local TV news reporters. Many people who see the list wind up howling with laughter, since many of the terms are completely unknown to most people, teenaged or otherwise."Honestly, it's probably one of the dumbest things I've ever seen in local network news, and that's saying something." "I swear, I've used the Internet for 13 years, and still insist half of this stuff is either made up or never used," wrote a Digg commenter. "It looks like a lot of them come from online sex chat rooms, and not just any chat rooms, but sadomasochistic ones." That explains the, um, very specific terms on the list, such as "NIFOC," or "Nude In Front Of The Computer," and "ILF/MD," which apparently means "I Love Female/Male Dominance." "I don't know most of this stuff," says Jason Parks, a 21-year-old junior at Arizona State University.