A Fuji Film toilet roll holder
A Fuji Film toilet roll holder

Fuji film toilet holder, changing shower lights....

IF it wasn't for Facebook, I wouldn't know what 90% of what my friends get up, let alone having a Fuji Film toilet paper holder.

Or a shower head that has lights in it that change colour depending what the temperature of the water is. See photos below.

The weirdest part of this particular information is not that the shower head and the toilet paper holder belong to the same person, but that person does not have a social media account. Not one. Not Facebook. Not Twitter. Not Instagram. Not Pintrest.

It got me thinking about the unusual things we see on social media, like the girl posed with the beached dead shark

Then there are the random "this is what happened on the farm today" stories from one of my friends at Colosseum.

One story is about the python that visited the homestead, two days in a row.

"The python was back in the house yesterday morning!!! And the cherry tomatoes have gone missing! Do snakes eat tomatoes?"

Meanwhile, there are the photos of men in superhero suits, the hundreds of pregnancy snaps, first birthday smashing cake photographs and people whinging about the many NRL posts on Friday nights or State of Origin nights.

A Shower head that glows red when the temperature is hot
A Shower head that glows red when the temperature is hot

 

A shower head that glows blue when the temperature of the water is cold
A shower head that glows blue when the temperature of the water is cold


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