TEENAGERS on the Internet can be monsters, and I know this from reading my school juniors’ Ask.fm pages. It’s like my current guilty pleasure – it satisfies my hunger for drama, as much as it pains me to read those ridiculously awful comments being thrown around.

But hey, nosing around is one of the ways I stay in the know, and that’s important for a young journalist in BRATs like myself. Ask.fm is a social networking site where you can ask anyone who has an account questions anonymously.