New ‘Shitter’ Service Prints Your Twitter Feeds On Toilet Paper
Think that most stuff you read on Twitter is crap?
Now, a new web service called ‘Shitter’ will let you bring them to the toilet—literally.
Shitter is a new service from Australia that will print any of your Twitter feeds on toilet paper.
For just US$35 inclusive of shipping, it "will take one or more feeds from your Twitter account and turn it into four rolls of toilet paper, delivered straight to your door".
Created by Australians David Gillespie, Matthew Delprado and Johny Mair, it carries the slogan "Social media has never been so disposable", alluding to the trivia details often seen on Twitter about one’s life.
Although wiping with your own tweets sounds rather degrading, yet the humorous nature of Shitter simply overshadows it.
After all, founder David Gillespie says Shitter is designed to put "a smile on people's faces".
Now you’re all set for another round of verbal diarrhoea (pun intended).
[via Huffington Post]