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When terms such as these appear in hushed conversations with friends or on their phone, be alert to oncoming danger for your child.
Some of these dangerous terms even appeared in a special news report for CNN.
Some of the more harmless and funny expressions include terms such as: While many expressions are innocent and even hilarious some should catch our eye as parents.
In dangerous or high-risk situations, slang can become a good hiding place for your teen.
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Many slang terms are relatively harmless in and of themselves, but certain terms should instantly put up red flags for parents. By learning our way around the tricky language of our teens we allow ourselves to not only build a stronger bond with them but also know when they’re in potential danger.
Unfortunately, some slang is specifically designed to keep parents in the dark.