A scatological shocker from Japan: Koji Suzuki, the author of The Ring, has written a new novella called Drop that's printed on rolls of toilet paper. It's marketed as "a horror experience in the toilet," and can be had for about $2.20, which I guess is kind of a steal, since we pay about that much for eco-friendly T.P. in the U.S. anyway, and the only reading material we get is the self-congratulatory copy on the wrapper.
That's not a chair, by the way. Just look at how bored she is! If only she had remembered to bring something to read...
Seriously, though, I didn't know toilet paper was still used in Japan; I could have sworn that when I was over there in 2007, their toilets had advanced well beyond such an antiquated mode of hygiene. I remember one combination toilet-bidet that played music when you sat on it. Those were the days.
Anyway, I'm surprised the Germans didn't think of this first; Wetlands would have been perfect in this format.