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If, like many, you grew up being ordered not to talk to strangers, the latest internet phenomenon presents both an illicit thrill and a deep-rooted discomfort.The two sensations are key to the buzz around chat forums Chatroulette and Omegle, in which strangers are randomly connected with each other online.He described them as mostly young, with a ratio of 71% male, 15% female and 14% "pervert".So what is it that encourages strangers to be so overt with each other?There's also the potential thrill of a brush with a celebrity - popstar Katy Perry has said she is a fan of the site.
"The only danger is if you take it too seriously," he said.
One of the great taboos in social organisations is revealing the body - put any constraint on a human being and they want to react against it." X-rated The creators of both Chatroulette and Omegle have expressed disappointment with the x-rated way in which some people use their sites.
Leif K-Brook told BBC News that it was "annoying" and in an e-mail interview with the New York Times Andrey Ternovskiy said he was "really against it".
During filming 19 out of 20 of his random chat buddies clicked away from him in under three seconds.
While it was hurtful he soon found that his own Chatroulette behaviour was equally fickle.
After the conversation is closed, they can stop using the app or be paired up with another stranger.