Thursday, August 30th, 2007 at 1:30 pm in Teens.
The New York Times’ David Pogue presents “The Next Generation of Online Shorthand,” including a few choice ones for parents:
WIWYA — when I was your age
YKT â€“ you kids today
CRRE — conversation required; remove earbuds
Check out the rest, and if you have your own to suggest, post ‘em here in the comments area. Here are a few to get those creative juices (CJ) flowing:
IYHD â€“ Is your homework done?
WHYFYH â€“ Why haven’t you finished your homework?
TNE â€“ That’s no excuse.
IYRTYSBD â€“ If you’re reading this you shouldn’t be driving
YG â€“ You’re grounded.