Text Codes

How To See Who’s Been Talking To Your Child Online 


If your computer uses MS Internet Explorer, you can check the browser history by pressing the “control” button and the “H” at the same time (CTRL+H). This will show all the websites that the computer has visited, arranged by date. You can click on each website link to see what pages in the website were visited, and then you can visit those pages.

This list below is for parents and children, and shows ‘short hand’ texting and online abbreviations. Please be aware of some of the phrases and codes used. Sexual Predators are well aware of these codes and regulary use them. Some you will know, others you may not. Keep one step ahead.

Most online paedophiles are sneaky and cunning. They’ll wait until they’re sure that your child is alone. some paedophiles will “groom” a child for months before they initiate sexual advances.

* AoA: Short for “age of attraction” meaning the age groups of children they are attracted to

* MAA: Minor attracted adult (used in reverse of the word “paedophile”, though it is the same and places the child as responsible for the abuse)

* AoC: Age of (legal) consent

* CL: ChildLover/paedophile

* GL: Girl Lover/Attracted to girls

* BL: BoyLover/Attracted to boys

* YF: Young Friend, used when speaking about a victim

* CP: Child Porn (Which could mean anything from photos of naked or half-naked children to photos of actual child rape/torture)

* LG: Little Girl

* LB: Little Boy

* GM: Girl Moment – which is time spent with a young girl (that can either be a passing second consisting of nothing more than a glance or a smile, or a lengthy visit with a girl)

* BM: Boy Moment – same as Girl Moment

Then there are the chats, or message boards:

* CG: known as Common Ground, a place for paedophiles of both preferences. Common ground, while being the one that touts of being for “all” paedophiles is less used than either of the other forums:

* GC: GirlChat- for those that favour victimizing girls

* BC: BoyChat- for those that favour victimizing boys

* PP: Paedo Parent – to identify that they have their own children

* LGF: Little Girl Friend – referring to girl victims

* LBF: Little Boy Friend – referring to boy victims

^5 = High Five
121 = One to one
143 = I love you
182 = I hate you
2moro = Tomorrow
2nite = Tonight
411 = Information
420 = Marijuana
459 = I love you
4NR = Foreigner
4Q = Fuck you
8 = oral sex
86 = Get rid of
9 = Parent is watching
99 = Parent is no longer watching

A3 = Anyplace, anytime anywhere
AAF = As A Friend
ACORN = A Completely Obsessive Really Nutty Person
ADR = Address
AEAP = As Early As Possible
AFAP = As Far As Possible
AIGHT = Allright
AITR = Adult In The Room
AMAP = As Much As Possible
AML = All My Love
AMRMTYFTS = All my roommates thank you for the show
A/S/L – age, sex, location

B4N = Bye for now
banana = Penis
BF = Boyfriend
BFF = Best friend forever
BITCH = Basically in the clear homey
BJ = Blow job
BOB = Battery Operated Boyfriend
BZ = Busy
BRB = Be right back
BTW = Back to work

CICYHW = Can I copy your homework
CM = Call me
C-P = Sleepy
C/S = Change subject
COS = Change of subject
CBJ = Covered blow job
CD9 = Code 9, parents are around
CRB = Come right back
CRBT = Crying really big tears
CT = Can’t talk
CTC = Care to chat?
CU = See you
CUL8R = See you later
CUNS = See you in school
CUOL = See you online
CYE = Check your e-mail
CYO = See you online
CYT = See you tomorrow

DF = Dear friend
DGA = Don’t go anywhere
DH = Dear husband
DW = Dear wife
DIKU = Do I know you?
DL = Down Low (texts) Download (in context of attachments)
DLTM = Don’t lie to me
DNBL8 = Do not be late
DOC = Drug of choice
DOE = Depends on experience
DP = Domestic partner
DUM = Do you masturbate?
DURS = Damn you are sexy
DUSL = Do you scream loud?
DWB = Don’t write back
DWPKOTL = Deep wet passionate kiss on the lips
DYHAB = Do you have a boyfriend
DYHAG = Do you have a girlfriend

EMA = E-mail address
EML = E-mail me later
EMSG = E-mail message

F2F = Face to face
FAB = Features Attributes Benefits
FB = Fuck buddy
FILF = Father I’d like to fuck
FMLTWIA = Fuck me like the whore I am
FMUTA = Fuck me up the ass
FOAF = Friend of a friend

FTF = Face to face
FWB = Friends with benefits
FYF = From your friend

GTG = Got to go
G2G = Got to go
GAP = Got a pic? (pic = picture)
GBH = Great Big Hug
GF = Girlfriend
GLBT = Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender
GLG = Good looking girl
GLB = Good looking boy
GNOC = Get naked on cam
GOS = Gay or straight
GUD = Geographically undesirable
GYPO – get your pants off

H&K = Hugs and kisses
H4Y = Hot for you
HBIB = Hot but inappropriate boy

I&I = Intercourse and Inebriation
IBTC = Itty bitty titty committee
IDK = I don’t know
IF/IB = In the front or in the back
IIT = Is it tight?
ILF/MD = I love female/male dominance
ILU = I love you
ILY = I love you
IRL = In real life
IWSN – i want sex now
ITS – intense text sex
IWALU = I will always love you

J/O = Jacking off

KFU = kisses for you
KFY = Kiss for you
K4Y = Kiss for you
kitty = Vagina
KK = Kiss kiss
KOTC = Kiss on the cheek
KOTL = Kiss on the lips
KPC – keep parents clueless
KWSTA = Kiss with serious tongue action

L8R = Later
LB? = Like bondage?
LDR = Long distance relationship
LF = Let’s fuck (pedophile lingo would be Little Friend)
LHOS – Let’s have online sex
LHSO = Let’s have sex online
LKITR = Little kid in the room
LOL = Laugh out loud/lots of laughs/lots of love
LMAO = Laugh my ass off
LMFAO = Laugh my f*cking ass off
LMIRL – Let’s meet in real life
LTTIC = Look the teacher is coming
LUSM = Love you so much
LY = Love you
LY4E = Love you forever
LYWAMH = Love you with all my heart

MA = Mature audience
MILF = Mother I’d like to fuck
MIRL = Meet in real life
MorF = Male or Female
MOOS = Member of opposite sex
MOSS = Member of same sex
MOS = Mom over shoulder
MPFB = My personal fuck buddy
MSNUW = Mini-skirt no underwear
MTLA = My true love always
MUAH or MWAH = *it’s the sound of a kiss*
MUSM = Miss you so much

NP = Nosy parents
N/T = No text
NIFOC = Nude in front of computer
NRN = No reply necessary

OLL = Online love
OMG = Oh my god
OMFG = Oh my fucking god

P = Partner
P&C = Private and confidential
POS = Parents over shoulder
PIR = Parents in room
P911 = Parent alert
PA = Parent alert
PAW = Parents are watching
PAL = Parents are listening
PBB = Parent behind back
PHAT = Pretty hot and tempting
PLOS = Parent looking over shoulder
POM = Parent over my shoulder
PRON = Porn
pr0n = Porn (with a number 0 for O)
PRW = Parents are watching

QT = Cutie Q2C = Quick to cum

RL = Real life
RLF = Real life friend
RNN = Reply not necessary
ROFL = Roll on floor laughing
ROTFL = Roll on the floor laughing
ROFLMAO = Roll on floor laughing my ass off
RPG = Roll playing games
RU? = Are you?
RU/18 = Are you over 18?

STFU = Shut the fuck up

TTYL = Talk to you later
TTFN = Tata for now
TAW = Teachers are watching
TDTM = Talk dirty to me
TM = Trust Me
TMI = Too much information
TT = Big tease
TYVM = Thank you very much

U = You
U UP? = Are you up?
UR = You are or Your

WTF = What the fuck
WYFM = Will you fuck me?
WYRN = What’s your real name
WYCM = Will you call me

XOX = Kiss Hug Kiss
XTC = Ecstacy

Y = Yes or Why?
YDKM = You don’t know me
YIWGP = Yes, I will go private
YW = You’re welcome

Behavioral Red Flags

If your child spends a lot of time online, more than an hour a day, chatting rather than talking with friends on the phone or spending time with friends in person, be concerned. 

This is a sign that they’re being “groomed” (seduced) by an internet predator.

If your child closes websites or screens when you walk by, be concerned. If your child clears the web browser’s history, be concerned.

If your child appears to be doing something suspicious, they are doing something suspicious. This is true in all parenting situations but is especially pertinent concerning the internet.

If your child has a webcam on their computer in their room or sends pictures of themselves over the internet, be concerned.

If your child makes “friends” online you never meet, you should be concerned what kinds of friends they are. In addition, never let a child meet in person a “friend” they met online.

How To Limit Paedophiles’ Access to Your Child

It can’t be said often enough: computers with internet access should be in well-travelled rooms of the house, like the living room or the kitchen. That way, you can see what your child is doing, and they know it.

If your child has a computer in their bedroom for homework, keep a central router for internet access in a location where it’s easy to pull the plug at night. Paedophiles, like vampires, prefer the dark. 

Limiting computer time reduces the risk your child will waste valuable computer hours chatting with strangers.

No webcams, and hide the digital camera where your kids can’t find it. Paedophiles love to see who they’re chatting with and encourage children to send indecent photos of themselves. They will share those pictures with other paedophiles, too.