Some users have had experiences with malicious ads, which can be reported in a thread or turned off with an ad-free pass. Others may find some of its pages offensive, but it's generally fine If you're used to 2000s stuff. Some related pages are also absurdly long, with over 50000 links, and some extended page histories display thousands of edits. Otherwise it has lots of enjoyable content, loads fast, and generally should cause no problems.
TVtropes.com is an educational website which provides information on "tropes" in various forms of media, such as film, television series, video games, and literature. A trope can be defined as a a figurative or metaphorical use of a word or expression.
Some content on the site contains profanity, so children should view with discretion. In summary, the site is very informative and educational and can be used for a variety of topics.
I've been on this site a couple of times, was given some pages, and generally I am very unsatisfied. To begin with, it is uncomfortably overflown with ads, including insertion of ads in copied text. Second, the pages I was on had wrong information multiple times, including historical events. Third, a lot of info wasn't really useful. So my general opinion is more negative then positive. I'd give this site a rating of 2.5/10.
A relatively safe website that nonetheless does contain several pages that cover content unsuitable for children and also plenty of profanity. The website contains a lot of interesting in-depth information on pop culture, though unfortunately some aspects of it can be filled to the brim with bias, so don't go citing it for a school project or anything.
I, like shadowhaven, got an attack here. I would've thought it was something else but the only other tab was YouTube and I don't think it was that site. It may have been a pop up but still. Tread with caution.