Turnt/Turnt Up: Similar to “Lit,” these adjectives describe a particularly loud, lively affair, or being inebriated, or both.

Give me full text of a sex chat-28

ILY / ILU: I love you IMHO: In my honest opinion / In my humble opinion IMO: In my opinion IRL: In real life IU2U: It’s up to you IYKWIM: If you know what I mean J/K: Just kidding J4F: Just for fun JIC: Just in case JSYK: Just so you know K or KK: Okay LMBO: Laughing my butt off LMK: Let me know LOL: Laughing out loud MM: Music Monday. In this case, users post a song or two that will get your week off to a better start.

MSM: Mainstream media NAGI: Not a good idea NM: Never mind NMU: Not much, you? If this is attached to a link, you’re strongly advised not to check it out while in the workplace or any other venue where inappropriate content would be, well, inappropriate. Usually a humorous disclaimer that something formerly innocent is going to be irreparably sullied if you click the link.

Of course this is a timeless sentiment, but one that’s no less true today, with young ones constantly nose-to-the-glass with smartphones and tablets, chatting with their friends.

If you dare to peek at their tweets and posts, other than a near hieroglyphic scroll of emoji, you’ll find a language of all their own. Then, never use them, because there’s nothing more out of place than a parent who is trying to fit in.

TBH: An acronym for “to be honest,” this term evolved into a game on Facebook.

Users post “Like this status for a TBH,” and then leave previously unrevealed truths in the comment fields for all their friends who like the post.

For instance, “I ship Ron and Hermione so hard.” Snatched: 2016’s version of “on fleek” and “on point.” Presented with a third option, which should you use? You people already killed “on fleek.” Can’t you just leave “snatched” alone?

SMH: An acronym for “shake my head,” it’s what teens will say about you if you use their slang.

For instance, if you’re big into modern art, you might say “Outside is everything,” as TIMEdid in 1952.

(Yeah, we’re avant garde AF.) Netflix and chill: The modern version of being invited into a date’s home for a nightcap, “Netflix and chill” has nothing to do with movies or relaxing, and everything to do with hooking up. On fleek/On point: Used asan adjective,thesetwo terms both mean impeccably styled or groomed. On fleek was added to Random House’s last year, but logophiles think Merriam-Webster is totally on point (and recognizes neither).

Also sad, it would appear we have arrived at peak feels. Hooking up: Think back to years ago when that younger, more attractive version of yourself ‘hooked up’ with someone at a bar or a party.