I agree. Parents should know what it is that their kids are looking at online, if they're only 12 or 13. And if they're concerned they can always use the child protection option on their internet settings. I think that blocks Bloop anyway (as I'm sure I once wasn't able to access Bloop from an internet cafe for that reason).
YES, YO - BLOOP GETS BLOCKED BY CHILD PROTECTION OPTION, BECAUSE ITS CONTENTS ARE UNRELIABLE. I CAN'T ACCESS BLOOP FROM A PUBLIC LIBRARY, YO. SAME WITH ALL DIARY/BLOG SITES. IT'S THE NATURE OF SUCH SITES THAT THE MEMBERS CAN WRITE ANYTHING AND SO THEY CAN'T BE TRUSTED AS 'SAFE'.
BLOOP IS NOT REALLY SUITABLE FOR KIDS, YO - LIKE I WOULD HAVE FOUND IT REALLY WEIRD IF I'D JOINED WHEN I WAS A KID. AND ALTHOUGH IT WAS INITIALLY DESIGNED MORE FOR TEENS, THOSE TEENS HAVE ALL GROWN UP NOW, AND THE MAJORITY OF BLOOPERS ARE ADULTS.
GOSH, NO, I'M NOT FLATTERING MYSELF. FLATTERY IMPLIES INACCURACY. WHAT I SAY IS TOTALLY TRUE, YO. LIKE I AM POPULAR ON BLOOP. IT MAY BE FOOLISH, BUT IT'S TRUE, YO! GOSH, I SHOULD BASK IN MY POPULARITY AND SING 'POPULAR', YO! UR JUST JELLUS, YO!