Shitter prints your Twitter feeds on toilet paper

Shitter is a service by Collector’s Edition that creates toilet paper out of a chosen Twitter feed created by Australian entrepreneurs David Gillespie, Matthew Delprado and Johny Mair.

Social media has never been so disposable

 

How does it work?
The Shitter app takes one or more feeds from your Twitter account and turns it into four rolls of toilet paper, delivered straight to your door. Customers can choose from their own Twitter feeds or friends’. The rolls cost $35 plus shipping.

Shitter prints your Twitter feeds on toilet paper

 

Shitter will print twitter feeds on your toilet paper, giving you time to catch up on tweets while in the bathroom. This creative startup is hoping to earn a few bucks  by printing Twitter feeds onto rolls of toilet paper.

Learn more about “Shitter” here

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