Publishing venture. Classic fairy tales rewritten to keep kids interested by pandering to the childhood love of potty humor. Story text also supplemented to emphasize a pro-potty-training moral.
Launch titles include:
Little Red Riding Pooed
Three Little Logs
The Princess and the Poo
Snow White and the Seven Flushes
Poops in Boots
The Goose That Laid the Brown Eggs
Peter and the Toilet
The Ugly Dungling
Hansel & Two-ply
Jack and the Brownstalk
The Pied Pooper
Stories narrated by “Prince Charmin”.
A blog devoted solely to alterations of classic poetry to include a lot more of the word “poop” and scatalogical references in general. Setting aside the rights issues involved, would be a gimme as a page-a-day calendar in the long run.
For example, with half-hearted apologies to William Carlos Williams:
I have eaten
that were in
you were probably
they were delicious
and so firm
Fuck it, this one is happening. Go follow Poopetry, I dare you.5 notes link >
A web app or greasemonkey script that uses natural language processing to turn any webpage into a madlib.
Using a collection of syntactic-analysis heuristics, Automatic Madlibs parses the content of a given url, identifies specific parts of speech, and replaces words with their category prompts, prompting the user to enter nouns and verbs and adjectives and so forth to rewrite the webpage.
So far example:Welcome to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
Non-toxic, digestive-track-safe sparkles that you can sprinkle on your food in order to have shiny bowel movements, if you’re the sort of person who likes to check on the kids after you drop them off at the pool.
Basically it’s pretty much just Blingee for your poop.1 note link >
A Star Trek-themed iPhone app that lets you use a Tricorder-style interface to keep track of when you take a crap.
Alternate name: *Date1 note link >