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Paint by Numbers Toilet Paper: Flush After Coloring

by Hazel Chua
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Things can get pretty boring when you’re doing a number two. There was this image that went viral about some of the things people did when they were on the toilet, like read the labels off of shampoo and other toiletries that happen to be in close proximity.

This novelty toilet paper by Crumpler, however, is something different. And grossly so.

Paint by Numbers Toilet PaperThe Paint by Numbers toilet paper isn’t available commercially, since they’re being produced as part of an ad campaign for the brand.

You might notice that numbers 1 to 5 in the color key all point to brown. So we all probably know what that’s supposed to be. But I just wonder why they didn’t put in a number for yellow. Or green. For when… you know.

Anyway, Crumpler has plans to distribute a 100,000 of these in random bathrooms all over the USA, Australia, Asia, Canada, and New Zealand to help promote their brand. Though I’m not sure they really want to associate their line of bags, backpacks and wallets with wiping your bottom.

[via Scary Ideas]

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