Throw the Dice on Your Next Conversation
One thing about flying by yourself if you’re never quite sure who you’ll end up sitting next to. Sure, you might have an empty seat next to you, a place in which to plant your flag of occupation, but the chances are you’re going to be sitting next to someone, and unless they’re clinically dead, zonked out on donormyl or have quickly concluded that you offer the conversation potential of sand paper, you’re going to chit chat. Now imagine if, whenever you wanted, you could change seats throughout the plane, until you found someone interesting – or just plain fascinating – to talk to?
The web equivalent is Chat Roulette, which literally allows you to role the conversation dice with the click of a button. The site pairs you with other chatters via your webcam, and you can either chat or click the next button faster than they can scream “hey!!” This is where the world’s performance artist alter ego goes to play – the internet, unfiltered (and undressed) in all its random, borderline National Geographic beauty. You might consult an obese gay Mexican about his Daddy issues one minute, before watching two high school cheerleaders “experiment” with their bodies the next (though the former is much more likely); It’s all in the luck of the draw and a new addition - chatroulettemap.com – lets you track them down.
Cause freaky people are everywhere.
Nuts & Bolts
Connect with people you wouldn’t want to meet in real life