Uncensored random chats
Nonetheless, the service’s potential for more substantial acts of communication is formidable.Chatroulette is what you’d expect it to be, micro-interactive reality TV with a large heaping of cybersex.While most people are (whether they admit it or not) voyeurs – the fact that Chatroulette lets both participants see each other limits the site’s potential user base to the weirdos – and despite piquing VC Fred Wilson’s interest it doesn’t seem like there’s currently enough weirdos to turn the humble startup into something mainstream.One “Roulettee,” when asked what he thought the service was most useful for, responded, “connecting with people around the world.” Yeah, and asking them to show you their boobs.She tells me about the jobs they have available, including an opening at a girl’s school for a janitor.
There are five filter buttons that allow the player to filter out content that appears in the chat panel.
Aspiring chatees click to play and as an escape latch you or your partner can hit “Next” anytime if you get bored, scared, or have to get back to work.
The “Report video as inappropriate” button also seems to provide some comfort, but by judging by the nsfw fare served to me last night, doesn’t provide much of a threat.
I pressed “play” last night at around am PST and after about 45 clicks on “Next” encountered 5 straight up penis shots, a lot of “camera disabled” chats, two women who automatically clicked “Next” once they figured out that I too was a female, and a lot of very grateful looking guys, including a Chinese “fan of Google” and a French guy in indoor sunglasses, who asked me whether “I was a more dominate lady or submissive woman” in the hope that I would be the former.
Out of the 10,920 of my fellow Chatroulette participants, my “Roulettees” were a good cross section of Internet humanity.
As the spy, the user inputs any question for the two strangers to answer or discuss and is able to view the discussion as a third party, albeit without being able to contribute further to the conversation.