Parents' Guide to


By Denise Duval, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

What's this teaching teens? Sadly, to be spoiled!

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age 12+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 2+


Come on! Giving 16 year old spoiled brats expensive cars and outrageous parties. What is all this for they are not ever going to amount to anything if mom&dad give them whatever they want. The only thing they are teaching these kids are that they don't have to worry about working or an education just how to hold their hands out for hand outs. No respect to themselves or others in the world. If you want to waste money on stupid stuff like expensive cars and outrageous parties for 16 year olds try this out. USE THIS MONEY YOU ARE WASTING TO GET OUR GREAT COUNTRY OUT OF DEBT OR TO HELP THOSE IN REAL NEED i.e.(DISABLED VETERANS PEOPLE THAT SACRAFICED THEMSELVES AND THEIR FAMILIES) SO YOU COULD HAVE YOUR FREEDOM TO MAKE THE MONEY YOU ARE WASTING FOR DISRESPECT ORFROM YOUR KIDS IN THE FUTURE. GIVE TO ST. JUDES,OR SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE THE COUNTRY A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE FOR ALL. Start up companies to employ people whom don't have jobs and need them to survive in this economy that you all bring about with your high priced junk that doesn't amount to a hill of beans and don't matter to any one but you and your ego.DO SOMETHING WORTH WILE WITH YOUR MONEY!!!!!!
age 16+

aundrea sex supersweet16

i think it fun for a supersweet16 because i wat bowwow and jaysean at my party think you for all this text back this aundrea

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Too much consumerism

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (3 ):
Kids say (7 ): has its share of pampered princesses, and you don't have to dig too deep into the site to find diamond-encrusted iPod invitations, luxury cars as gifts, cakes with price tags equivalent to a mortgage payment, and absurdly grand entrances. Some party pages talk about events taking place a few years into the future (2010?), which makes you wonder whether the proposed parties are real, or a tween fantasy that stands little chance of coming to fruition. And according to the site, a girl turning 16 in 2010 isn't even supposed to be on the site. Nor is the 13 year old who had her birthday at a nightclub.

Because of the site's community nature, you might actually get a glimpse of a more humble and grateful (gasp!) side of the milestone teenage birthday. One girl talks about keeping her party simple because her family isn't loaded; another one can't wait to try out the new tennis racket she received as a gift. Is this enough to cancel out the obnoxious, vapid utterings of most of the teens on the site? Ultimately no. Your kids are better off having no part of this.

Website Details

  • Genre: Fan Sites
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 4, 2015

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