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Nightmare
#1
Does anyone know any cool forums for kids?

 
Toro
#2
Looking for a date?
 
tamarin
#3
Just join myspace and the legion of freaks there. You'll get to witness the largest circus cybershow around. If you have a tattoo on your *** you can show it off there. If you know how to gangsta sign you can twirl your cuppers there. Lots of goomers and you might enjoy it. Good luck!
 
eh1eh
#4
Try, www.gaiaonline.com/ (external - login to view) , might not be for you but there is lots of people your age.
 
Nightmare
#5
LOL

Thanks!

By the way, I'm NOT looking for a date!

Lmao
 
snfu73
#6
Define kids? How old? nexopia.com seems to attract a younger following.
 
selfactivated
#7
The OP is 12.
 
Nightmare
#8
.........
I hate this "adult" talk!

LOL
 
selfactivated
#9
OK I have 2 girls and my boy liked nitendo. My girls liked Disney and nickolodian. I had every other sites blocked. Thats the best I can do.........theres a game something quest An old boyfriend and his kids used to play it at night.
 
eh1eh
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by NightmareView Post

.........
I hate this "adult" talk!

LOL

Did you try gaiaonline, my daughter has three nics there.
 
TenPenny
#11
clubpenguin.com is an interactive game site, where kids are penguins and can talk to each other...it is heavily monitored etc, so it's pretty safe.
 
Ariadne
#12
Most 12 years olds I know are not quite ready for the open forums simply because there are too many freaks that prey on younger people while pretending to be one themselves. My son and his friends use MSN and carry on multiple converations with each other. Their MSN identity is usually shared with friends even before phone numbers ... so why not encourage your friends to join MSN and meet friends through friends while discussing anything from games to IB programs in a relatively safe environment.

Alternatively, pick one of your hobbies and join a forum that has people with similar interests. For example, if you're really into graphic design, there are many sites where people post their work, share ideas, give feedback on work in progress, etcetera.

Nexopia and myspace are not safe places because adults seek out friendships with children for the wrong reasons. Furthermore, there are documented cases of children being lured through those sites and ending up in very dangerous situations; including murdered.

On the other hand (as I previously mentioned), you seem aatypically articulate and educated in grammar and spelling for a 12 year old, so maybe you should post as someone older than 12.
 
selfactivated
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by AriadneView Post

Most 12 years olds I know are not quite ready for the open forums simply because there are too many freaks that prey on younger people while pretending to be one themselves. My son and his friends use MSN and carry on multiple converations with each other. Their MSN identity is usually shared with friends even before phone numbers ... so why not encourage your friends to join MSN and meet friends through friends while discussing anything from games to IB programs in a relatively safe environment.

Alternatively, pick one of your hobbies and join a forum that has people with similar interests. For example, if you're really into graphic design, there are many sites where people post their work, share ideas, give feedback on work in progress, etcetera.

Nexopia and myspace are not safe places because adults seek out friendships with children for the wrong reasons. Furthermore, there are documented cases of children being lured through those sites and ending up in very dangerous situations; including murdered.

On the other hand (as I previously mentioned), you seem aatypically articulate and educated in grammar and spelling for a 12 year old, so maybe you should post as someone older than 12.

EXCELLENT post!!!
 
Nightmare
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by eh1ehView Post

Did you try gaiaonline, my daughter has three nics there.

Yup, it's pretty good!
 
Nightmare
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by AriadneView Post

Most 12 years olds I know are not quite ready for the open forums simply because there are too many freaks that prey on younger people while pretending to be one themselves. My son and his friends use MSN and carry on multiple converations with each other. Their MSN identity is usually shared with friends even before phone numbers ... so why not encourage your friends to join MSN and meet friends through friends while discussing anything from games to IB programs in a relatively safe environment.

Alternatively, pick one of your hobbies and join a forum that has people with similar interests. For example, if you're really into graphic design, there are many sites where people post their work, share ideas, give feedback on work in progress, etcetera.

Nexopia and myspace are not safe places because adults seek out friendships with children for the wrong reasons. Furthermore, there are documented cases of children being lured through those sites and ending up in very dangerous situations; including murdered.

On the other hand (as I previously mentioned), you seem aatypically articulate and educated in grammar and spelling for a 12 year old, so maybe you should post as someone older than 12.

Thanks!
I usually say I'm born in 1990.
And I'm pretty mature.
Don't you think so?
 
Nightmare
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by TenPennyView Post

clubpenguin.com is an interactive game site, where kids are penguins and can talk to each other...it is heavily monitored etc, so it's pretty safe.

Thanks, I'll give that a try, too!
 
Nightmare
#17
By the way, I just tried Club Penguin.
It sucks!
Everything you do except for lame games, you have to be a member to do it.
 

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