Anonymous dirty chat
The audience helped her find interesting ways to get even with her meddlesome neighbors.This call was recorded live in front of an audience in Vancouver, Canada.And in the name of privacy, people have picked up their virtual boxing gloves and started winding up the good old one-two punch.Yet it seems that this anger stems from the internet’s greatest fallacy, one the internet itself has long encouraged: the notion that the world wide web is somehow private in the first place. Topics covered include: grappling with being a sugar baby and a feminist, the worst internet comments she's received and her love of Kafka. A literature-loving young woman gets into the nitty gritty of being a sugar baby.
A large portion of the online community has thrown up their hands in a collective sigh of relief, but a sizable number are enraged – by bringing the names of these people to light, real life identities have been comprised and people’s lives have been altered for the worse.
The app starts off with a “Most Popular” page, which is a great jumping off point.
All posts that make it to this main page have hundreds of thousands of likes and comments.
Posts here range from posts that will make you lose faith in humanity and redeem your faith again, stories of random acts of kindness to love lost, and everything in between.
One swipe to the left will show you various groups based on both location and general interests where people can make posts about specific subjects.