Tweets printed on toilet roll in new ‘Shitter’ service

The creative director at Profero Sydney has invented a service that allows people to print out their Twitter feed on rolls of toilet paper.

Called Shitter, the app – which is the brainchild of Matt Delprado and his former Profero colleague David Gillespie – takes one or more feeds from a Twitter account and turns it into four rolls of toilet paper.

Delprado said: “Over a pub lunch one of us went to the toilet and forgot our phone. After whinging about this new form of first world problem for a while we realised we’d stumbled across a shitty idea that we just had to turn into reality.”
The service launched last night, and has already gained traction on site such as Mashable and Laughingsquid.


  1. MattP
    29 Mar 12
    1:10 pm

  2. Getting in early for the April fools jokes. An excellent candidate.

  3. neocube champ
    29 Mar 12
    1:20 pm

  4. Pretty sure this concept first came about on Triple J Breakfast

    Unless we’re talking a simultaneous evolution of an idea…afterwards…

  5. Tbone
    29 Mar 12
    1:38 pm

  6. Really hope its a premature April Fools Day prank. There may be an abundance of digital agency toilets across Australia who’d be keen on the idea, before it dies in the ass, but it does seem an irresponsible waste of energy to produce nonetheless.

  7. Matt
    29 Mar 12
    1:53 pm

  8. Reminds me of this awesome little gadget, which is less shit. Pun intended.

  9. Linda
    29 Mar 12
    2:22 pm

  10. Looks like the ultimate end2end social media experience.

  11. Profero Sydney
    29 Mar 12
    5:10 pm

  12. We’re very proud of our CD’s involvement in this project, but to be clear, this is the work of Collectors Edition, a global team who make cool stuff. Well done to Matt, David, Ian and Johny!

  13. Ann
    29 Mar 12
    9:47 pm

  14. Great, where does the INK end up!!

  15. Bixch
    30 Mar 12
    8:36 am

  16. There you have it, another way to sh*t all over your friends, family, and frenemies. Oh how we are progressing as a society…