Friday, February 06, 2009

Slang terms for parents to know

I found this information at Patrick's Place. It makes me very glad my children are grown up.

"How about CD9? Ever seen that one? If you have, it’s your child’s way of alerting whomever they’re talking to that you’re around. CD9 means “Code 9,” which means that parents are near the computer, and might see what’s being discussed. And if they’re using that kind of code, there’s a good chance that there’s a reason they don’t want you to see what else they’re talking about. The same goes if you see PAW or PRW. These codes both mean “parents are watching.” POS means “parent over shoulder.'"

25 slang terms all parents should know.

4 comments:

Pat said...

Good morning!
I hope you're having a great Friday morning! I read on an earlier blog about you using www.half.com to buy used books. I was so happy when I read you can buy used books their really cheap. I went to the site, and I have a question for you. Can you actually buy the books, or do you have to bid on them? I find your blog so useful. I'm always learning new things everyday from you. Keep up the good work. I hope you and Cliff have a wondeful weekend. It's supposed to be in the 60's here and I can't wait!!!
Hugs,
Pat
email: countrylady4071@aol.com

Happy Being Me said...

I'm glad my son is only 7 which gives me plenty of time to learn all these codes. Thanks for sharing this. I have alittle something for you over at my reads. Please stop by. Take care and enjoy,
Katie

Celeste said...

You ave grandkids so you have the need to learn them although they will change, they always do.

Stacey said...

Oh I know they're out there...Donna I'm just more afraid to read what I shouldn't have read anymore, sigh. Am I getting too old for this parenting thing?