The titles will give you an indication of what sells best (remember: sex, violence, drug use, and horror).
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Every HOOKED story is told in bite-sized, text message format.It’s fascinating (and sobering) that even the young people writing these chat stories know what sells (remember, ATTENTION is the new currency of the web). The quick answer is YES – HOOKED has a search function that allows you to look for search terms, including inappropriate ones like “naked” or “sex.” The chats include X-Rated language and images for the story covers that can include nudity. There’s just too much adult content and Apple is surprisingly incorrect with its seldom used 9 rating.If after all of this, you still decide to allow your teenagers have the app, then I would recommend mom or dad spend an evening just flipping through the stories.Although it currently doesn’t monitor Hooked (because there’s really nothing for it to monitor), Bark is effective in monitoring i Message activity on i Phones, which parents really like.Here's where you can meet singles in Phoenix, Arizona.