My DD leaves her FB page open all the time, and though she doesn't swear, at least not on the public posts, some of her friends and her boyfriend swear on the posts. One kid (not the bf) even used the word c*nt, and some other choice ones. I mentioned to her that I'm sure they think it makes them look cool to each other (although the girl who was the recipient of the above mentioned word told him to shut up), but they would look cooler if they cleaned it up a bit. She said, "you have no idea, people talk like that all the time". I said I know, but not publicly and in print(not to mention how rude it is)! My son will not be allowed to post such language when he is allowed on FB..I feel they all need better filters, or better parents. What do you think?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:22 AM on Jun. 22, 2010 in Teens (13-17)
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no, it doesn't. Occasionally a friend of mine will swear, but we're all adults & i really don't care if someone chooses to swear on their page.
I am friends with my friends son who is 17 on facebook. He has swore a couple of times & i usually just laugh at him because it is SO OBVIOUS that he is just trying to look cool.
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