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The Irish Person's Real Guide To Sexting

*winky face emoji*

SEXTING. MOST PEOPLE would admit to doing it, but how do you ensure that your messages remain undeciphered by prying eyes?

The Irish Independent got some laughs today with its irony-free ‘guide to teen sexting’, which featured such widely-used acronyms as ‘CU46′ (See you for sex) and ‘NIFOC’ (naked in front of computer).

With these in mind, DailyEdge.ie has crafted an essential guide to Irish sexting. Use these at your peril.

1.

shiftme

Means: “Will you shift me mate?”

More of a prelude to sexting than a sext, to be honest, but a valuable bit of knowledge nonetheless.

2.

shiftemoji

Means: “Shift?”

Simple, straight to the point, effective.

3.

gottheride

Means: “Got the ride.”

A sneaky way of letting a mate know you scored. No snoops will be any the wiser!

4.

getlucky

Means: “You’re getting lucky later. *winky face*”

Oooh! Cheeky.

5.

yerfather

Means: “A bit of how’s your father.”

No one can resist this romantic turn of phrase.

6.

sideways

Means: “Ride me sideways.”

Duuuuuurt.

7.

didyouget

Means: “Did you get your hole?”

There’s no polite way of asking that question, but this is definitely the most modern one.

8.

nicearse

Means: “Nice arse.”

The ever-suggestive peach emoji is perfect for complimenting your sext-ee’s behind.

9.

heydrunk

Means: “I’m drunk and I definitely should NOT be texting you.”

Somebody needs to get the phone out of your hands right this minute.

This Irish mammy read out her son’s messages from gay dating app Grindr>

Finally, an authentic Irish dating service has launched with some decent men>

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