10 Weirdest Toilet Papers

1Horror Story Toilet Paper

Do you read in the bathroom? Well, you might appreciate this new literary experience—a horror story in the form of toilet paper! Each roll is printed with several copies of "Drop", a nine-chapter novella written by Koji Suzuki, author of the "Ring" cycle of novels, which has been made into films in both Japan and Hollywood.

2Origami Toilet Paper

Next time you forget that magazine or book, it will not be a problem. With this Origami Potty Paper you can spend hours learning new and interesting Origami techniques all from your roll of toilet paper. Want to know the best part? You can practice while you're enjoying your private time on the potty!

3Sudoku Toilet Paper

Now you can have more fun while doing some “businesses” in your toilet, playing Sudoku... with your toilet paper! If you're a Sudoku addict who can't bare to be without your favorite brain game, then this will keep you occupied in even the most trying circumstances.

4Windows Vista Toilet Paper

Ah, the Japanese... They are so fond of the Windows Vista Service Pack 1 that they printed toilet paper rolls about it, highlighting its features.

5Camouflage Toilet Paper

In case you're tired of your plain white toilet paper, you can now wipe in military style with this camouflage toilet paper. For $5.95 you get a roll that consists of 200 sheets of 3-ply toilet paper, imported from Germany.

6Osama Toilet Paper

Its inscription is worth the money: "Get rid of your shiite".

7Musical Toilet Paper

Shitty music, literally.

8Valentines Toilet Paper

Make your valentine fall in love again -while in the bathroom- with this sweet toilet paper.

9Colored Toilet Paper

These look interesting. Some people like to rotate colors for the holidays: Red for Valentine's Day; green for St. Patrick's Day; black and orange for Halloween; and green and red for Christmas.

10Obama Toilet Paper

Oh sh*t! Unfortunately, this Obama Toilet paper is for display only, not actual use, and costs only $10. According to its website “this roll would look great on the desk of any Democrat”.