Here's why you should consider breaking that pattern.A horrified mother has issued a warning to other parents after her six-year-old daughter was sent explicit messages from men on a mobile gaming app."But you're not going to get many teens texting each other that they love female/male dominance." "I never heard of that one before," chimes in Parks. " Some of the terms are accurate, Segan says -- chiefly the ones having to do with the presence of parents in the room, or "parent or mom over shoulder." "CD9, POS, MOS -- those are real," he says (though Parks had never heard of them)."But a lot of the other stuff is just laughably out of date."If parents don't know those, it doesn't mean they're old -- it just means they're not tuned into Internet culture."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.
"Most kids are going to have terms that only they and their small group of friends understand," says Segan.Denise, a personal assistant from Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, said: 'Kids are so innocent and they think all the people on these games just want to be their friend.'Jaydon was engrossed with this game.You can tell a lot of these messages are from adults out to get something.• Click here for FOXNews.com's Personal Technology Center. "My friends and I just looked at it, and we were cracking up." The list is actually a couple of years old and comes from Net Lingo.com, a Web site devoted to collating and explaining online jargon.It was originally titled "Top 50 Internet Acronyms Parents Need to Know," and each term listed there clicks through to a page indicating its origin.
Online social gaming platform and mobile phone app Roblox was launched in 2006 and has more than 30 million players across the world.