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In any case, no glossary of text acronyms is going to fully explain what your teens are saying."Most kids are going to have terms that only they and their small group of friends understand," says Segan."This is stuff that's being used all across the Internet, in instant messaging, in chat rooms, in text messaging," explains Erin Jansen, founder of Net "There are spikes in the amount of usage for each acronym, and regional variations," she adds. That's according to a new list entitled "Top 50 Text Acronyms Parents Should Know," which is is making its way around the Internet and has caught the eye of some local TV news reporters. Many people who see the list wind up howling with laughter, since many of the terms are completely unknown to most people, teenaged or otherwise.

Online social and dating sites continue to grow at a rapid rate over the last few years and there is an increased risk a teen will fall victim to an online predator.

"If parents don't know those, it doesn't mean they're old -- it just means they're not tuned into Internet culture." Jansen, on the other hand, says what she's offering is just the tip of the iceberg.

"There's so many of these terms that I had to make a second list," she says, "Top 50 More Acronyms Every Parent Should Know." That list consists of terms that are much more familiar, such as "L8R," "BRB," "LOL" and "F2F," which many parents would already know.

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