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I saw another dieting ad. This add had a word not appropriate for younger users. It wasn't a bad word, per say, but it was not a word that I would want my 7-9 year old hearing/reading. I've heard it before, but my parents defently wouldn't think that word was nice. So, heads up to younger members, I would try not to even start reading many of the ads. I know that unless you are an Insider Insider, you get ads, but I think they should be a little more cencsored. If you don't see this ad, good, be happy.
(The word had to do with being attractve, but it was NOT a very nice word. Those dieting ads also have girls in inappropriate string bikinis, or at least inappropriate for younger ages. please look at this mods.)
I totally Agree. Younger Users shouldn't have to see those inappropiate ads that have women in revealing outfits....
I'm very sorry about that. That must be uppsetting being an insider insider and still having bad ads. I would contact justin.
Thank you so much for reps and comments! They are greatly appreciarted. I even got my 3rd rep bar. Of course, the purpose of this thread is to warn other members, so while the reps are nice, they're not needed.
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