You: 97 year old man
Stranger: 20, f, Texas. And impressed that a 97 year old man is using Omegle
You: Well I use it to help advertise my business
You: with all these dang large-as enterprises going global these days, it's getting tough for the little guy
Stranger: I can imagine, but surely there are better ways when it seems like everyone on here is asking for Kiks or dirty talk
You: ugh kids these days
You: maybe if I advertised suggestively it might actually get through to some people
You: would you like to buy my cabbages little missy?
Stranger: Lmao since I don't fall under the kik or wanting to get my rocks off categories I think I'll pass for now
You: Well I still sell cabbages
Stranger: Cabbages? Huh. Can't say I know too much about the cabbage business world, but I've heard its cutthroat lol
You: Oh it's very hard, used to be easier
You: I don't use pestilents or acidics tho, so sometimes you even get the added bonus of some extra protein with ur food
You: also great for when you don't have no teefs
Stranger: I'll keep that in mind in the future. Good for you, you'll get more people that way since there's an organic craze these days.
You: Oh really?
Stranger: Are you speaking from personal experience on the lack of teeth issue?
You: are the hippies coming back into business?
You: and yes, I got attacked by a rare species of bed-bug
You: very vicious bedbugs
Stranger: Ever heard of the word hipster? It's a play off of hippies. So yeah I'd say they've come back
Stranger: That sounds painful?
You: they sound like a genetic mutation
You: and my memories a bit ol doddery; all I remember is waking up with a mouthfull of what looked to be very fine gravel
You: and no teeth
Stranger: Yeah can't say that's pleasant. Did you always know you'd end up selling cabbage?
You: Well it's a family business you see
You: my father used to farm cows, I'd cart all the cow diareia around
You: cow diareia gotta go somewhere
Stranger: Well where did you cart it too? Or just permanetly cart it back and forth?
You: I'd cart it to my special secret spot
You: everything I would hide would go there
You: brussel sprouts, saurkraut
You: only thing is, saurkraut mixed with stagnant cow feacies sometimes grows
You: and when yer old mam starts asking questions, I aint gonna go saying that I didn't like her food
You: "It was a school science project" ...and it went on from there
Stranger: Makes sense. As long as it didn't grow legs and start attacking the city that is
You: Oh don't even get me started on that one!
You: That was Brian, his speciality was spiders
Stranger: How so? Brian the science experiment monster ate spiders or... ?
You: Brian was my brother
You: he liked spiders
Stranger: I feel better about that, but I'm still not 100% feeling the spiders situation
You: Oh aye, not everyone's into spiders these days
You: mam especially wasn't too enthused
Stranger: was everyone into spiders back in the day so to speak?
You: Not particularly
Stranger: Mothers vary rarely like spiders
You: It was more just brian
You: A few of the kids in class were interested, but as it grew, they didn't used to come round so much
You: Sure dealt with our rat problem tho
You: ...and the chicken problem too, as time went on
Stranger has disconnected.