“Omegle is a brand-new service for meeting new friends. When you use Omegle, we pick another user at random and let you have a one-on-one chat with each other. Chats are completely anonymous, although there is nothing to stop you from revealing personal details if you would like.”

This is an interesting play off the anonymous nature of the internet. I got this link from College Humor’s hot links. I don’t think you can view comments on content without an account, but I often find their comments to be hilarious and often better than most of the site’s content itself. A couple examples from this link:

This was really awkward. talking to strangers face to face is a lot easier than this.”

I dunno, every time I said I was an under 18 female, not a cop, people kept disconnecting. I just won a rap battle by copying and pasting 8 mile lyrics, and I found my dad.”

This is a pedophiles dream.”

I told him I’m 12 and asked him if he has candy. He said he has chocolate and wanted to know my full name and address. Chris Hansen should pay a visit to that web site.”

E: “ Someone just shouted CHF?! at me then went offline. What does CHF mean? :/
“Congestive Heart Failure. You f@#$ing killed him.”
E: “
S: “
Ellie, this is serious. You’re going to have to find a lawyer.”
“I kept trying to find one but none were online D:”
D: “
Try omegle.”

There’s a number of other very funny and often very explicit comments on the site.

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