Daily Mail Australia can reveal the rugby player begged her for sex in parks before being rejected, for 'good luck' sex before games, and demanded sexy photos in the months before the pair were sprung at Christchurch Airport as Smith was due to fly out for a test match in South Africa.The salacious Facebook messages obtained by Daily Mail Australia show Smith proposing their toilet liaison asking for a 'special toilets f***', saying the pair had to be 'sneaky' as his All Black teammates were nearby.Still, if parents come across any acronyms they believe could be problematic, they should talk with their kids about them, said Greer.
“I announced my invention of a new acronym: ‘PYFPD.’ Put your freaking phone down.” LOL!
But back to the serious issue at hand, below are 28 Internet acronyms learned from concerned parents as well as from sites such as No and Net Lingo.com, and from Cool Mom Tech’s 99 acronyms and phrases that every parent should know.
However, Daily Mail Australia has now obtained messages between the pair showing that it wasn't a one-off, but part of an ongoing relationship.
The messages also show that Smith lied to All Blacks coach Steve Hansen and the public about what happened in the disabled toilet cubicle.
So “LMK” — let me know — and “WYCM” — will you call me? But the issue, especially for parents, is understanding the slang that could signal some dangerous teen behavior, such as “GNOC,'” which means “get naked on camera.” And it certainly helps for a parent to know that “PIR” means parent in room, which could mean the teen wants to have a conversation about things his or her mom and dad might not approve of.