@h Maybe I'm spoiling the party if I suggest they're on Snapchat/Instagram/Whatsapp? Different target, same lousy services. She should've asked that immediately after. I don't even think they've thought through it as a choice. Teenagers or young adults move where the party is. Also, I think teenagers and young people are the most easily influenced people, after kids. The need of being part of a group is much higher when you're young, despite what's usually said about young rebelliousness, etc.
@h IDK. What about Google? Also, maybe they're not on FB right now, but that doesn't mean they won't be in the future, when their peers change their minds. G, FB etc., should be burned down into ashes. Well, better said: they should be rejected by everyone and thus die from starvation. Ugh.
@h anecdotal: would be the opposite at my uni :/
@h much many probably. I'd think places like- well ok most places that aren't landlocked would have a higher magic find chance of students who care (as opposed to a podunk nowhere college)
then again I'm also pulling things out of nowhere and it's probably way more complicated than that so skludgjanhmfdg