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The New York Times calls it 'akin to speed-dating tens of thousands of perfect strangers -- some clothed, some not.' The site, created by a 17 year old in Russia, has exploded in popularity in recent months, growing from 300 users in December 2009 to '10,000 by the beginning of February,' writes New York Magazine. UNFILTERED,' 'enthralling and distasteful,' and even the 'future of the Internet.' See the strange, unexpected, creative, and crude world of Chatroulette in this collection of the craziest screenshots from the site.
(CNN) -- On Chatroulette, a new and controversial Web site, every click lands you in a face-to-face video conversation with a random stranger.
Use of the site has grown quickly since it launched in November, and mainstream blogs and media organizations are catching on to the phenomenon.Two men dressed as skeletons were having a dance party to techno music and flashing lights.A slouched-over man in Tunisia said he was tired because he'd been on the site for four hours."I can't imagine that many people will want to use [Chatroulette] for a great length of time, unlike something like Facebook where you're connecting with people you know, or extending relationships with people you know," he said.A complicated legal environment also surrounds Chatroulette.