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I'm about to click "Next" to let him get back to his buddies, but Bill stops me.
(Yeah, right.) Then a couple of other college-aged men show up behind him. But again, I do as he says and type, "Thanks for talking." Then my friend's response pops up, "Telephone: " "Is he asking for my number?
"Take friend with you." Now, Bill is not only entertained, he's enamored.
"You are a sweet YOUNG man." "You seem to not want so big," he adds. You are so sweet." "I like you very very," he goes on.
For this just-uploaded video You Tube user Steve Kardynal took to Chatroulette to spring his drag rendition of the Carly Rae Jepsen megahit on unsuspecting Chatroulette users, and in the process he reminds us why we loved it in the first place.
Way back in May music critic Ann Powers wrote a column for NPR on how “Call Me Maybe”—perhaps especially because of its goofy twist ending—launched a whole genre of You Tube cover videos in which frat boys, 8-graders, and all sorts of other insistently straight dudes pranced around on their lawns like Jepsen and pantomimed love for each other.
That column was called “Dudes Act Like a Lady,” and it’s never been embodied quite so well as in this video.
I'm not a terribly accomplished drinker, so by the time he's booted up the laptop, downloaded some recording software and signed on, I am no longer giggling nervously, I'm giggling like a half-drunken coed.
Or a grown woman behaving embarrassingly like a half-drunken coed. "Maybe I'm just a little scared about looking into the darkest corners of random strangers' sexual obsessions," I say (giggling, of course).
(No, not really.) I also discover he's a college student studying "machinery integrates" and he speaks three languages.