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International Business Times - 13 Jan 2015 ' Ship Your Enemies Glitter' Stops Selling Their Product Temporarily: 'You Guys ...
Many on the Internet got really excited when they found out they could ship their enemies glitter, courtesy of the Australian website ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com. After being posted to Reddit and getting covered by countless news outlets, the site ...
Business Insider - 26 Jan 2015 A Startup Thought It Was A Good Idea To Send Me A Massive, Glittery Cardboard Phallus In The Mail
martinak15 via Flickr A couple weeks ago, an expletive-laden Australian website called Ship Your Enemies Glitter went viral. The premise of the website is ...
The Guardian - 29 Jan 2015 Ship Your Enemies Glitter fooled us all by shipping enemies glitter. Wait, what?
When is a stunt not a stunt? Perhaps when you set up a website, take thousands of orders, process the majority, and then sell the site for $85000.
Business Insider - 27 Jan 2015 Ship Your Enemies Glitter Was Just One Big Viral Marketing Stunt
Product Hunt A web *service* for mailing your enemies envelopes full of glitter that sold for $85,000 last week has been revealed as just one big viral marketing ...
Telegraph.co.uk - 17 Jan 2015 Ship Your Enemies Glitter founder sells company and begs people to 'stop buying this horrible product'
Just days after it was launched, the 'Ship Your Enemies Glitter' website is up for sale, as the founder says he was overwhelmed by the response. The *service* ...
New York Observer - 26 Feb 2015 Meet the Man Who Paid $85,000 for Ship Your Enemies Glitter
Ship Your Enemies Glitter isn't just a marketing stunt anymore. Since Mat Carpenter's company—if you could even call it that—was purchased for $85,000, ...
New York Observer - 30 Mar 2015 The Complete List of All the Stuff You Can Anonymously Ship Your Enemies
Throughout history, our planet has witnessed a number of industrial booms: steel; iron; cars made on assembly lines. It's high time we announce an addition to ...
BDCwire - 13 Jan 2015 Ship Your Enemies Glitter to Get Sweet Revenge | BDCWire
Hate someone? Have a disposable income? The Internet has a present for you.
Courthouse News Service - 29 Jun 2018 Prank Website Hit With $600K Suit Over Glitter Bomb
QUEENS, N.Y. (CN) — The pranking website RuinDays.com lived up to its name, a Maryland woman claims in court, saying she opened a package from what ...
Mashable - 19 Mar 2015 If Ship Your Enemies Glitter wasn't enough, there is now a NSFW option
Every morning, you wake up to a brand new day full of *fresh* opportunities to change people's lives for the better and pursue your own health and happiness.
NEWS.com.au - 23 Jan 2015 Send your enemies glitter: website will ship glitter envelopes
UPDATE: A viral website offering to ship your enemies envelopes full of glitter in the mail has sold for $85000.
Small Business Trends - 02 Feb 2015 Entrepreneur’s Evil Glitter Plan Backfires
The idea behind Carpenter's business, Ship Your Enemies Glitter, is simple enough. But sending glitter to all those enemies means - lots of work.
The Globe and Mail - 04 Feb 2015 Glitter bombs: more whimper than an evil bang
When a site promising to mail people a package of what's been called 'the herpes of the craft world' sprung up, my inner evil genius took notice.
The Cheat Sheet - 03 Jan 2018 The Strangest Things You Can Have Mailed Anonymously
Older generations grew accustomed to sending flowers or chocolates to court their lovers or make amends. Millennials have taken the anonymous-shipping ...
Revelist - 01 Jun 2016 5 gifts you can anonymously send to your mortal enemies
5 gifts that you can send to really annoy your enemies — or your friends.
Mashable - 14 May 2015 Sending your enemies glitter is so passé — send 'em a fart in a jar
The "Send a Jart" *service* allows you to send farts in a jar to someone you loathe. Yes, really.
Entrepreneur - 14 Aug 2015 Forget Glitter: The New Thing to Ship Your Enemies Is a Potato
An entrepreneur in Texas has made a business out of shipping potatoes inscribed with anonymous messages.
Entrepreneur - 20 Apr 2016 How One Man Makes Serious Money From Funny Products
One year after buying a site that everyone said would fail, Peter Boychuk has no regrets.
Entrepreneur - 30 Jan 2015 A Glitter Bomb? 3 Critical Questions the Buyer of ShipYourEnemiesGlitter Should Have Asked.
Did the buyer of the viral website waste his money? Due Diligence would have helped.
New Statesman - 09 May 2016 The revenge revival: how public displays of vengeance became an industry
What, apart from eye-popping wealth, do Beyoncé and Donald Trump have in common? Not a whole lot, really. If you're after a dose of weak iconoclasm, maybe ...