Anonymous teens no sign up
The app is designed for users 13 and up, allowing people who sign up to select their grade level and their school, but people in college and those who have graduated can still use the app.
You can also choose your gender, which has a "nonbinary" option (pretty cool).
And much like Yik Yak and ASKfm, this anonymous feedback can mean positive reinforcement (and consequently, a whole lot of “humble bragging” on Snapchat and Instagram).
It can also mean rampant bullying from users feeling protected under a veil of anonymity.
They buy all the newest technologies, phones/pads/flat screens/computers/etc., and all the bills associated with them.
They have at least one kid, if not a few, and everything else that goes along with it to afford the well being of a kid all the way through their teens, if not longer. While I take home the leftover toilet paper rolls from work.
It offers kids an opportunity to compliment everyone they know and choose between their friends for various superlatives.The more times you get picked in the poll, the more gems you get, which unlocks more questions and features.It's seemingly safe for kids because there is no direct messaging available on the app yet, but it is considered as an option in the future.is not affiliated with any religious or secular institution or organization and has no opinion on any outside controversies or causes.Our primary purpose is to stay free of marijuana and to help the marijuana addict who still suffers achieve the same freedom.