- n. Plural form of chatroom.
“Millions already do this online in chatrooms everyday with their avatars and texting, so why not?”
“But the scary thing about To Catch a Predator is thinking that there are actual underaged kids — not just paid 18-year-old models — having cybersex with strangers in chatrooms, and then even worse, AGREEING to MEET with these people!!”
“A reader of the work begins to appreciate that, everyday, people in chatrooms and blogdexes write lines of unintended, but noteworthy, poetry in the course of saying something else.”
“I have friends who spend hours and hours late into the night on computer games, in chatrooms or on messageboards.”
“The FBI is hiring teenage girls to teach its undercovers to convincingly impersonate jailbait in chatrooms and catch pedophiles.”
“She would spend hours on the internet, looking for him in chatrooms.”
“I can buy the idea of chatrooms as hotel rooms off a dingy hallway crammed with people, escape pods where you can be alone with a chosen few and others must knock to get in.”
“Clipsync would do well to tone down some of the business-y UI, which could be WebEx legacy — calling the chatrooms “sessions,” and over-complicating the directions for setting one up.”
“Internet dating sites, chatrooms, social networking sites provide these details, enabling the modern human brain to pursue more comfortably its ancestral mating dance.”
“To find the causes of this seemingly inexplicable crime Strawson has to immerse herself in the world of chatrooms and internet role play, and then separate fact from fantasy in the story that Brian tells her.”
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