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Cue the jokes about the disposable nature of social media: A new service called “S—ter” (the actual name is usually displayed in full, adult-level parlance) is offering to print your Twitter feed on a roll of toilet paper. The Twitter TP costs $35 for a bundle of four rolls, plus shipping and taxes. You can choose from your timeline, tweets, favorites, lists, or someone else’s tweets for fodder. The site accepts payment through Paypal, and shipping to the United States costs $15.
new product called 'shitter', or 'turn your tweets into toilet paper', hahahahaha!
twitter toilet paper. The company's name is Shitter and the tag-line is "Social media has never been so disposable." http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/twitter-feed-toilet-paper-168472
Australian entrepreneurs David Gillespie, Matthew Delprado and Johny Mair have made a get-rich-quick gimmick. With the tagline, "Social media has never been so disposable" and feces for an icon, they've created Shitter. Shitter takes your Twitter feeds and prints them on four rolls of toilet paper. The rolls cost $35 plus shipping.
Pinterest you're drunk GREAT IDEA, THINK I'LL PUT THAT IN MY BATHROOM.
I will remember this for my next wedding toilet paper dress game...
I can hold it
Light tank with pants slightly rolled up
That took a turn I didn't see coming. Hahaha
I love Ellen and her show, and nearly every one of these tweets made me laugh.
The Great Debate Solved. I have been dying to say "I told you so!" about this forever!!!
Essential life lesson #1: Over is right, Under is Wrong.
This is vital information. Repin wisely. I use "rock, paper, scissors" quite often so I can get out of things (paying for things, doing chores, etc).
Why is this not a thing already?!
A strange public toilet sign in Venice