OK, if your going to follow the instructions and make your own chair, please don't send me the link, I don't want to know.
http://www.tone.co.nz/Members/patdud...itter-to-existTweeting one's farts - Finally a reason for Twitter to exist!
From Tones "only in Germany" files comes an unlikely story of flatulence and technology that not only shows us that we should be incredibly pleased that the Germans didnt win WW2, but that the internet solution looking for a problem otherwise known as Twitter may finally have a reason to exist. Randy Sarafan, a clever kraut is not only inordinately proud of his farts but has taken things one step too far by building a high tech office chair that trackas his farts on the 140 character online social networking phenomenon, twitter.
Randy's chair is a surprisingly complex piece of work; Incorporating a natural gas sensor, a small prgrammable embedded computer and a wireless module he can visit Twitter (when he should probably be visiting the shitter). High tech or just high? who knows
At the time of writing, Randy already has 1,377 twitter followers (twits perhaps?), who seem to be fascinated by the activities of Sarafan's anus and his long suffering gassed out office chair. If you're sick enough to want to be a follower of Sarafans flatulence on twitter, visit . http://twitter.com/officechair
If you however feel the need to build your own fart tweeting office chair drop into http://www.instructables.com/id/The-...-Office-Chair/ -
For the sake of work colleagues and office pot plants, please ensure you fit your chair with charcol fart filters (http://www.shopinprivate.com/flatfarfilun.html)