It could be an acronym for "from another mother," or that may just be a coincidence.At work having very NSFW thoughts about throwing you down on my desk... Why don't you come over and help me get dirty again? All you need is time and patience for this science experiment. This one uses ammonia, so make sure a parent is close by.Weathermen always go on about how the air pressure around us makes a big difference on the weather.This is a particular concern for many parents, especially considering another new report, from the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, finds 5.7 million public school students attend gang and drug-infected schools.
"But then it occurred to me the slang was actually really creative and saved time and keystrokes.
Just went to the bathroom at the [bar/party/restaurant] and took off my underwear.
'Boy am I old' Six years ago, Ryan Jones didn't know what the above terms meant either -- but that was before he became an expert in the shorthand teens use to communicate about their illicit activities.
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.
Below are terms that have been rolling off kids tongues, popping up in songs and memes, and generally floating around the Internet lately. AF: Technically an acronym for "as f#¢&," it means extremely.