It's Saturday night and I'm watching a bunch of men masturbate.
I've never met any of them before, and I'll never see any of them again. What's reassuring — but also maybe a little unsettling — is that, at this same moment, a ridiculous number of people are doing exactly the same thing: Going to chatroulette.com, clicking yes to their webcams being activated, and pressing a button to be connected face-to-face with the first in a series of complete strangers.
Here are the best pranks being posted on You Tube by creative pranksters nailing lonely guys in their most vulnerable state on Chatroulette. This is the quickest, greatest and funniest Chatroulette prank that is being regularly played on lonely guys, girls and groups of all sizes.
It's basically a video that Jessica Alba made for a site called where someone challenged her to a staring contest.
Just know that it is a really graphic picture of a gentleman grabbing a part of itself, and then, let's say, "opening up" to the world.
Here's a picture we found of Kermit the Frog doing the Goatse, in case our masterful use of the English language escaped you in the last paragraph: [NSFW...
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But rumors of the service's demise may be greatly exaggerated.
If you haven't heard of chatroulette.com, it's a website where people are video-connected to a random person anywhere else in the world...
These random people could be waving friendly people, disembodied penises, or someone trying to prank you via Chatroulette's "video upload" function where you can upload a video to show instead of your face when people stumble upon your channel. Click the previews for the other versions of this after this first video is over.
So, we decided compile the data ourselves by leveraging Chatroulette Map, some scrappy programming, and a passionate tech community.
We soon had detailed data on 2,883 Chatroulette sessions that tied users to geography, gender, appearance, and more.