The link I’ve highlighted today is to a site that could really have been named something else and it still would have been a humorous way of using a Twitter feed. Instead it uses a name which the site owners thought would add to the humour of the product being produced. I’m sure a majority of people would see it as just a fun site with a fun name. I’d have preferred a different name, but the product produced by the site is an amusing one and it gave me a laugh. This is a site to go to if you would like to print a Twitter feed onto a few rolls of toilet paper.
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