ONS with BPO? Required MBA? Well, these are not job advertisements, but short forms of a new web sex language that Britons are increasingly using to set their nights afire.
Yes, they are now using a series of coded messages to arrange hot dates. And, industry leaders reckon it is a full- fledged language.
In fact, Britons have been posting adverts demanding ONS (one night stand) with BPO (beautiful people only). More adventurous lovers are LFG (looking for a group) to dress up for RPG (role-playing games).
Sex-starved housewives have even advertised themselves on websites as MBA (married but available) and W2SI (willing to slum it) in a cheap hotel. Other key phrases are ONO (one night only) and W2T (willing to travel).
"There is undoubtedly a massive community -- both in the UK and globally -- of people from all corners of society that want to meet like-minded individuals for fun with no strings attached.
"What we're seeing is the fact that this community is evolving fast and is choosing to communicate in an extremely direct way.
"They're arguably taking the anonymity that the web offers and making best use of the technology to get what they want," Andy Hammonds of 'MyFbuddy.co.uk', a portal for adults seeking sex without commitment, told the 'Daily Star'.