VIDEO: Irish Youtuber explains NSFW internet slang to his dad

Have you ever had to resort to the Urban Dictionary to figure out what a word on the internet means, only to discover it’s filthy? Well, you’re not alone.

Irish YouTuber Riyadh Khalaf is back - with dad in tow. In his latest video he’s teaching his dad internet slang - including the naughty stuff.

Beers were involved. There were some awkward misunderstandings and comments about mum.

Warning: some of these are very rude and not safe for work.

Oh deary me. Still, Riyadh didask other internet users for advice, so he’s only himself to blame for the ensuing naughtiness.

It’s not the first time he brought along a parent - he took his mum along to read his messages from Grindr, the gay dating app.

It’s just as great, as his mam rates the muscles on men texting him (she’s very keen) and reads some of the naughtier ones.

- Subscribe to Riyadh on YouTube for more shenanigans.

HT: breakingnews.ie


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