Trendy watches like Go Green, Slap, Nooka or anything that is "different" and cool. The older they get look more to go for Fossil, Tag and other grown-up brands.
Not really. For one, I've never seen a Bulova that was small enough to look natural on a teen's wrist. For another, they tend to cost more than I would be willing to risk a teen breaking. Finally, most teens I know just use their phones to keep the time.
by Cynthia B Turner 2 years ago
Tiny houses seem to be very popular these days. Could you live in a tiny house?
by T. Clifton 5 years ago
Why is cutting and self mutilation a trend among teens?I have noticed a rising trend in cutting and self mutilation among teens via social media. Why do you think this is a trend? Why is there a rise in mental illness?
by Colleen McLain 4 years ago
My website, which was once very popular is suddenly getting no hits? Why?When I had my wedding business in Minnesota my website was getting plenty of business, since I moved to Florida its all but died. What happened to change my place on Google or other search engines?
by Paul Richard Kuehn 6 years ago
According to the media, Petraeus is still very popular. Should Obama rehire him as CIA Director?
by Candace Bacon 5 years ago
Why isn't Google plus very popular?When Google plus was in the beta phase, people were fighting to join. Now its popularity has seemed to plummet. The active number of users is very low. Why hasn't it caught on? Will it ever catch on?
by WindMaestro 6 years ago
Why isn't poetry popular?The only thing I really do on hubpages is write poetry. I mean, I am going to expand my topic area, but it disappoints me how unpopular poetry is. Is there a way for me to increase my traffic to my poem hubs?
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