Screw Sending Your Enemies Glitter, Send them Poop Instead

January 13, 2015

11:00 pm

You might still be trying to access the site that will deliver glitter to your enemies, which tells us how much people are yearning for revenge ideas. With that being said, I say that some people deserve more than annoying glitter; they deserve s%*t!

It may not come as a surprise to most, but there’s a service that delivers exactly that. The company is called IPoopYou, a San Francisco-based company that sends “high quality, farm raised, and eco-friendly, hand-picked animal poop” via snail mail.

“We believe that through humor, efficient and professional business practices, and ethical treatment of everybody in the equation (animal or otherwise), we are breaking taboos, allowing friends to share a whole new expression of feelings, and filling a niche that nobody had really conceived of yet,” explained “Shit Executive” Guillermo Sanchez in an interview. “And come on, sending flowers is so last year.”

And just like flowers, you have poop to choose from.  A type of poop for every level of disdain and hatred, from chicken poop, goat poop, pig poop, cow poop and for the most loathsome of assholes there is the ultimate horse shit (Perfect for some who is full of it and acts like a complete horse’s ass.) All poops are high quality, farm raised, hand-picked animal poop. Mostly of these animals live in the Bay Area and greater peninsula of Northern California.

The price for this service depends on poop type and amount, but it ranges from $9 to $19. You can add a card or send it anonymously.

surprise poop

Is this legal? you might ask. The answer is, as as long as your intention is to make a joke, then yes: it is apparently legal. Thus, if your intention is to intimidate someone, the company may refuse to deliver the package.

Let someone else get their hands dirty, and if you need a reason to use their service: Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.


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Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.