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Horror story printed on toilet paper

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yeah, but would you have to unroll the whole thing to read it?

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I like the idea of printing reading matter on loo rool. I've seen similar ideas in Japan before, albeit simple ones, of printing jokes and pictures on each sheets; but this is much better - somehting to do while you wait! It also stops the "reading on the loo" debate - some people think it's very wrong and unhygienic to keep books and mags in the loo (I'm pro-, myself).

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Parents would tease children that a hairy hand might pull them down into the dark pool below.

Parents are mean.

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That actually sounds like fun.Good for the constipated too. A story that will scare the s*** out of you!

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Horror story printed on toilet paper

Hmm. I guess there are more meanings for the word print. I go with the old standard, "wipe."

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I hear they're also releasing a washlet version of this story - the nozzle sprays fake blood all over your behind.

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i think it is a crappy story

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The company promotes the toilet paper, which will sell for 210 yen a roll, as “a horror experience in the toilet.”

Yeah, I had one of those experiences this morning after I ate some bad gyoza last night.

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THe toilets in my office definitely have some undead goings on. the noises and similar emanating from some of the traps are downright spooky.

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They don't need this stuff in some of the train stations here.

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Well... beats the s&'t out of normal toilet paper, but sounds like you either have to lose a kilo or so to read the whole thing, or just waste a lot of paper.

Japan does make awesome horror, though.

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For those with constipation the story may end up being a little too drawn out.

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