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Wondering Where to Pee during Bay to Breakers? Rent Someone’s Toilet with Airpnp!

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Just like like Airbnb allows you to rent out your extra room or apartment to someone who needs a place sleep, Airpnp allows you to rent out your toilet to someone who needs a place to drop a deuce.

This may be the perfect solution to all those people who find themselves shitfaced at 11am this Sunday and really need to pee. It’s also a perfect solution for anyone who lives on the race route and wants to make some money off all these monsters who come through your neighborhood once a year and urinate on pretty much on everything.


Yes, Aipnp is a real thing.  My buddy Jared told me that he first heard about it at Mardi Gras. Check it out here.

And now dear readers you can reap the rewards of some person saying to their friends, “You know what industry needs to be disrupted bro? The pooping industry. That’s what!”

You’re welcome.


images from SF Weekly, adandtrends 

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