Decoding Texting Teens Quiz

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Decoding Texting Teens Quiz - Quiz

Parents who try to figure out what a teen is texting, may end up feeling like their trying to decipher Morse code.   The following quiz is designed to test your skill and bring awareness to what teens could be sending over the web and cell phones.  


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    B4N

    • A.

      Before Noon

    • B.

      Bad For Now

    • C.

      Bye For Now

    • D.

      Banned

    Correct Answer
    C. Bye For Now
    Explanation
    The acronym "B4N" is commonly used as a shorthand way of saying "Bye For Now." This phrase is often used to bid farewell temporarily, indicating that the person will be away or unavailable for a period of time but intends to return later. It is a casual and informal way of saying goodbye in a text or online conversation.

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  • 2. 

    FWIW

    • A.

      Forget What I Want

    • B.

      Fine When I’m With You

    • C.

      Friends What I Want

    • D.

      For What it’s Worth

    Correct Answer
    D. For What it’s Worth
    Explanation
    The acronym FWIW stands for "For What it's Worth." This phrase is often used to preface a statement or opinion that may not hold much value or importance. It suggests that the information being shared may not have a significant impact or be of great relevance, but it is still being offered for consideration.

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  • 3. 

    IRL

    • A.

      I Really Like

    • B.

      In Real Life

    • C.

      I’m Ready Later

    • D.

      I’m Running Late

    Correct Answer
    B. In Real Life
    Explanation
    The given answer "In Real Life" is the most commonly used and accepted meaning for the acronym "IRL". It is often used in online conversations to differentiate between virtual or online interactions and real-life situations. It signifies that the person is referring to something that is happening or exists outside of the digital world.

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  • 4. 

    KFY

    • A.

      Can Fix You

    • B.

      Keep For You

    • C.

      Can’t Find You

    • D.

      Kiss For You

    Correct Answer
    D. Kiss For You
    Explanation
    The acronym "KFY" stands for "Kiss For You." This means that the phrase "KFY" is used to express the intention of giving a kiss to someone.

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  • 5. 

    KPC

    • A.

      Keeping Parents Clueless

    • B.

      Keeping Peeps Cool

    • C.

      Kinky Private Chat

    • D.

      Keep Pictures Close

    Correct Answer
    A. Keeping Parents Clueless
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Keeping Parents Clueless." This is because "KPC" is an acronym that stands for "Keeping Parents Clueless." The other options do not match the given acronym.

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  • 6. 

    LMAO

    • A.

      Leave Me Alone

    • B.

      Let Me Ask You Out

    • C.

      Laugh My Ass Off

    • D.

      Love Me Always And Often

    Correct Answer
    C. Laugh My Ass Off
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Laugh My Ass Off." LMAO is an acronym commonly used in text messaging and online communication to indicate that something is extremely funny. It is an expression of amusement and laughter, often used in response to a humorous situation or joke.

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  • 7. 

    LMIRL

    • A.

      Let’s Meet In Real Life

    • B.

      Leave Me I’ll Return Later

    Correct Answer
    A. Let’s Meet In Real Life
    Explanation
    LMIRL is an acronym that stands for "Let’s Meet In Real Life". This means that the person is suggesting a face-to-face meeting or gathering in person rather than communicating online or through other means. It implies a desire to connect and interact in a physical and personal way.

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  • 8. 

    LOL

    • A.

      Leave Out Losers

    • B.

      Laugh Out Loud

    • C.

      Log On Later

    • D.

      Love Or Lust

    Correct Answer
    B. Laugh Out Loud
    Explanation
    The acronym "LOL" stands for "Laugh Out Loud." It is commonly used in online conversations and text messages to indicate that something is funny. When someone finds something amusing, they may respond with "LOL" to express their laughter.

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  • 9. 

    NIFOC

    • A.

      Nympho on Crack

    • B.

      Name If On Chat

    • C.

      Necessary Info Correct

    • D.

      Nude In Front of Computer

    Correct Answer
    D. Nude In Front of Computer
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Nude In Front of Computer". The acronym "NIFOC" is commonly used to refer to someone who is naked or partially naked in front of their computer. This term is often used in online communities or chat rooms to describe someone who is engaging in explicit or sexual activities while using their computer.

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  • 10. 

    PAL

    • A.

      Parents are Listening

    • B.

      Friend

    • C.

      Please Allow

    • D.

      Parents Arrive Later

    Correct Answer
    A. Parents are Listening
    Explanation
    The acronym "PAL" is commonly used to represent the phrase "Parents are Listening." This means that parents are paying attention and actively listening to what their child is saying or doing. It suggests that children should be cautious and mindful of their actions, as their parents are aware and involved in their lives. This acronym is often used to remind children to be respectful and responsible in their behavior, knowing that their parents are aware of their actions.

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  • 11. 

    PIR

    • A.

      Pretty In Red

    • B.

      Pleasure In Return

    • C.

      Parents In Room

    • D.

      Play In Room

    Correct Answer
    C. Parents In Room
    Explanation
    The acronym PIR can stand for various phrases, but in this context, it most likely refers to "Parents In Room." This phrase is commonly used to alert others that parents or guardians are present in a particular location. It could be used by teenagers to signal that they need to be more cautious or behave appropriately when their parents are around.

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  • 12. 

    POS

    • A.

      Peace Out Sucker

    • B.

      Pass Out Salvia

    • C.

      Parents Out Soon

    • D.

      Parents Over Shoulder

    Correct Answer
    D. Parents Over Shoulder
    Explanation
    The acronym "POS" commonly stands for "Parents Over Shoulder." This phrase is often used in online messaging or texting to warn others that someone's parents are nearby and may be monitoring the conversation. It is a way to discreetly indicate the need for caution and to avoid discussing inappropriate or sensitive topics.

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  • 13. 

    RU/18

    • A.

      Right Under 18

    • B.

      Are You Over 18?

    Correct Answer
    B. Are You Over 18?
    Explanation
    The answer "Are You Over 18?" is correct because the given acronym "RU/18" is commonly used to ask someone's age, specifically if they are over 18 years old. The question is asking if the person is of legal age, which is often the requirement for certain activities or access to certain content.

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  • 14. 

    S2R

    • A.

      Straight

    • B.

      Sucks To Read

    • C.

      Still Too Racy

    • D.

      Send To Receive (Pictures)

    Correct Answer
    D. Send To Receive (Pictures)
    Explanation
    The acronym "S2R" commonly stands for "Send To Receive (Pictures)". This means that someone is requesting or sending pictures to another person. The other options provided, such as "Straight" or "Sucks To Read", do not fit the context and do not make sense in relation to the given acronym.

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  • 15. 

    STBY

    • A.

      Standing By

    • B.

      Sucks To Be You

    • C.

      Stay True To You

    • D.

      Striving To Be Young

    Correct Answer
    B. Sucks To Be You
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Sucks To Be You" because "STBY" is commonly used as an acronym for this phrase. It is often used to express sympathy or sarcasm towards someone's unfortunate situation or misfortune.

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  • 16. 

    TDTM

    • A.

      Talk Dirty To Me

    • B.

      Today Or Tomorrow

    • C.

      Tell Dad Tell Mom

    • D.

      Take Down The Message

    Correct Answer
    A. Talk Dirty To Me
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Talk Dirty To Me" because the acronym "TDTM" is commonly used to represent this phrase. The other options, "Today Or Tomorrow," "Tell Dad Tell Mom," and "Take Down The Message," do not align with the given acronym.

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  • 17. 

    VBG

    • A.

      Voluptuous Big Girl

    • B.

      Very Bad Girl

    • C.

      Very Big Grin

    • D.

      Vague But Good

    Correct Answer
    C. Very Big Grin
    Explanation
    The given options are all acronyms, and the correct answer is "Very Big Grin." This means that out of all the options, the phrase "Very Big Grin" best fits the acronym "VBG." It is important to note that the context or specific question that this answer corresponds to is not provided, so the explanation is based solely on the given information.

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