Parents' Guide to


By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Free-for-all open mic for comedians and wannabes.

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For teens, the site poses a number of pitfalls -- which is likely why the 18+ age rule is given, although there's no real monitoring teeth behind it. Adult humor dominates much of the most popular videos as they rise to the top of the site via the rating system. As a result, those are the videos that appear first when browsing the site. Then there are the comedic videos about date rape, "sorority sluts," and, of course, Paris Hilton. Some videos and many of the posts about the videos contain a lot of vulgarity, mean-spiritedness, and the typical stand-up comedy-style sarcasm.

Yet, there's some really funny, relatively clean material on that teens and parents can both appreciate. The Father's Day posts, including the "Notorious D-A-D" music video and the gas-inspired humor in "Dads Love" are hilarious. If the site can find a way to categorize videos by age-appropriate ratings, could open itself to the teen audience and make a lot more comedy fans laugh for hours.

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  • Genre: Video Sites
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: April 19, 2017

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