Texting, instant messaging and chat rooms use a strange, new language that’s filled with abbreviations and acronyms designed to quickly communicate and easily disguise a myriad of sex and drug terminology. Some of the abbreviations and acronyms have been created so that kids can continue their conversation with friends while a parent is watching over their shoulder, confident the old folks are clueless.For example, if you saw your daughter sending the text message, “PAW GYPO & Ill GNOC later” would you know she just scheduled a time for a naked video camera session after you go to bed for the night?Stephanie appears inexplicably sanguine about the situation, given that Laird is, you know, the worst — a monstrous frat-boy/hipster hybrid in drop-crotch pants and ridiculous tattoos (including one, on his back, of Stephanie's family) whose hobbies include collecting bad art, giving out unsolicited and inappropriate kisses, graphic oversharing and gratuitous cursing.Here is a list of things that has happened since the first American Pie was released in the summer of 1999: - Jason Biggs has appeared in 12 non-American Pie-related films, which have earned less than half the total box-office of Pies 1-3. - Tara Reid became a party girl and tabloid target after she had plastic surgery to put a giant mouth on her stomach.And what’s more frightening than not knowing when your 13-year old keyed LMIRL in a chat room, it meant “Let’s meet in real life? Here’s the Rosetta Stone of texting/chatting/emailing. A comprehensive guide to acronyms, abbreviations, phrases and lingo to look for on your kid’s phone or computer.
While Pie made 1 million, its sequel took in 5 million.As you may have guessed from the title, the hoary old cliché of the school reunion is the reason the gang are all back in town."Funny," says a forgettable female character in denim hotpants.Their banter goes from flirty to dirty, as Laird riffs on how horny he is and Stephanie coos reassuringly, "I'll see your almost-black balls later" (yes, you read that right).Then, like an exclamation point, a sudden flash of Laird's pubic hair — and we're off on a 111-minute marathon of slangy idioms and expletives, gross-out gags and unbridled raunch, some of it funny, much of it merely strenuous.