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I'm in that first group of users although I represented the high end of the difference is that they're talking about the large influxes of people and when they joined, and it was pushed towards active college students.the whole "reconnecting with friends" thing didnt start til nearly a decade later.I don't know why, or how the matching works, but that is just my experience lately. That said, I've still been finding interesting people with the vanilla text option, but that's more from screening with an interesting gimmicky conversation starter which makes finding bots easy and weeds out people that aren't playful.Too many Again, I role play, so my interests right now are all over the place...But this is typically a good list: Sfw, chat, funny, reddit, conversation, conversations, convo, convos, (whatever TV show I'm into), (whatever book I'm into), (whatever movies I'm into).is a free online chat website that allows users to socialize with others without the need to register.It was really popular with scene girls and iirc it was shut down because there was too many teens getting nakey on there. When my ex-gf was in middle school she used to flash dudes on there all the time.
To be fair Facebook had two phases - it started out being college students only, then the 1990-1992 kids joined when they were in high school, and then the 93-97 kids joined when they were in middle school.
The service randomly pairs users in one-on-one chat sessions where they chat anonymously using the names "You" and "Stranger" or "Stranger 1" and "Stranger 2" in the case of Spy mode.
The site was created by 18-year-old Leif K-Brooks of Brattleboro, Vermont, and was launched on March 25, 2009.
That being said, I don't think omegle was ever as fun as OP seems to be nostalgia'd into thinking.
What was that one that was really popular around 2004-2010ish?
Around that point the original college users became parents and more adults suddenly started joining, so the new 98-now kids didn't want to be on the site their parents were on.