Internet Slang Every Parent Should Know

Hi all and welcome to our very first blog here at Kulls Investigative Services. ( .

First I would like to wish everyone a safe and healthy holiday season!!!

I would like to introduce myself, and briefly tell you about me before I go on to one of the most important topics I hold dear to my heart; Child Internet Safety.

Some of you may think my name or face may look familiar, well that's because over the last ten years I have been featured on channels such as The History Channel, Destination America, NatGeo, The Sky network (in the UK) and the CBC. I have quite an extensive background in all sorts of investigations over the last 28-29 years in the civil, criminal and insurance worlds ranging from undercover work to surveillance to forensic interviewing. It was that background plus my interesting avocations, which got me on television. But we'll leave that for another time and place.

I am so glad and excited to launch Kulls Investigative Services which is my opportunity to help the general public, their attorneys, if need be, and anyone else in serious need of an investigator.

One of the most important things I stress to my investigators is that our clients are the best source of information and witness. It is our job to use that information and develop it. Successful Private Investigation is not just about surveillance, which is real time intelligence. But developing that intelligence a successful

One of the things I am passionate about is education, and passing on knowledge. A great site for keeping your kids safe online is

One of the items they state is important is a list of IM (instant message) acronyms. Here's a sampling of a few that a parent should be aware of. (WARNING: SOME TERMS ARE GRAPHIC)

  • 8 - Oral Sex

  • 420 - Marijuana

  • 1174 - Nude Club

  • CD9 or Code 9 - it means parents are around

  • F2F or FTF - Face to face

  • GNOC - Get Naked on Cam

  • GYPO - Get your pants off

  • J/O - Jerking off

  • MPFB - My Personal F*** Buddy

  • PAW - Parents are watching

  • PAL - Parents are listening

  • PIR - Parent in room

  • POS - Parent Over the Shoulder

  • PRON - porn

  • RUH - Are You Horny?

  • TDTM - Talk dirty to me

  • WTPA - Where the party at?

  • WUF - Where You From

  • WYCM - Will You Call Me?

  • WYRN - What's Your Real Name?

The complete list can be found at:

If you see any of these acronyms on your child's computer, it should serve as a warning that something bad may be afoot. Don't hesitate in calling us at (518) 212-0225 for a free consultation to assist you in finding the answers.

Be safe!!!

Steve Kulls

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