Is This the Most Evil Use for Glitter Ever?
Glitter: It’s sparkly, festive and crafty. It’s often found in children’s imaginations alongside ponies and rainbows. (Or if you’re Kim Kardashian, actual glitter ponies.) It adds a glamorous accent to nail polish and a sweet touch to DIY projects.
But preschool teachers and parents alike know the darker side of glitter all too well: Like lice and PTA gossip, once it’s loose, there’s no containing it.
Hoping to harness the evil power of glitter, Aussie-based company Ship Your Enemies Glitter promises to anonymously “send glitter to the people you hate” for $9.99 Australian dollars. (Around $8 in the U.S.) The not-for-kids website calls glitter “the herpes of the craft world” and says customers can provide an address anywhere in the world and “we’ll send them so much glitter in an envelope they’ll be finding that s— everywhere for weeks.”
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The site insists the service is real, so we need to know: Would you ever send revenge glitter?
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