14 Funny Twittering Gadgets from The Future (a fun post)

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It was both fun and interesting to research and write down a list of the current available twittering objects, appliances and animals. Some of them had us impressed (very impressed!), others made us laugh, while some made us wonder: how would our future be like when other objects ride the wave and carry on the trend of non-human twittering?

So, here at Thoughtpick, we decided to come together, sit down and let our wide imagination run loose  in order to come up with a list of what we think would be funny future Twitter gadgets. We urge you to keep reading this post and prepare yourself for a good laugh! Don’t forget to share with us any funny thoughts you might have :)

1. Tweeting Toilet:

Tweeting Toilet!!

Tweeting Toilet!!

It can sure be useful for medical diagnosis but it can also be fun tracking other people’s delivering *habits*! It will track duration and weight of… delivery – for the lack of a better term –

@DiaherraX  just had a 6 minute 20 seconds long dump, weighing 316 grams!

@DumpTracker (no offense @TrendTracker) would also  keep score of today’s heaviest dump!

@DumpTracker: And today’s biggest dump was by @ILoveBurgerKing at 1.2 kg

21 Twittering Objects, Appliances and Animals! Ridiculous or Useful?

TwitterBirdsWhen Facebook first introduced status updates, it was interesting reading the continuous updates of people in my friends list. Different people used it in different ways; most used it to inform others about their current status, but some took it too far and were – ridiculously – reporting nearly every single action they do. Then Twitter appeared with the question “What are you doing?”, and took the obsession of status updates to a whole new level. Today, not only people report what they do, but also objects, appliances and even animals do as well!

We looked around the Web for non-human twitterers beside the commonly known news (and spam) bots and brought you the following list – some ridiculous and some useful:

1. Tweeting Plant:

You don’t have to worry – anymore – about knowing when your plant is thirsty and in need of water, it will tell you by itself! @Pothos is a tweeting plant that sends status updates to Twitter and defines a new way of communication between plants and human beings!

@pothos - The tweeting plant

@pothos - The tweeting plant

2. Tweeting Toilet:

Yes! Your toilet can post to Twitter every flush – that is if you want the world to know about it -!  Follow @hacklabtoilet for this guy’s toilet updates!

The tweeting toilet!

The tweeting toilet!

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