Horse Poo Note Pad
With all the concern these days about deforestation and the need to recycle, these products are a fantastic example of sustainability and responsible consumption. The folks at PooPooPaper take a material that's available in abundance (Horse Poo) and make functional and completely useful products while sparing a lot of trees in the process.
Horses eat lots of grass every day and they poo almost as much. Since their digestive systems don't break down the grass completely, their poo has plenty of fiber! Seeing as though grass is fiber and fiber is the base material used in making pulp for paper, they've devised a special (and sanitary / odor free) process to make the poo into paper.
We found the whole idea great fun, and think you will too. Use the note pads to send "crappy notes" to your co-workers (or even your boss). Keep the journal around for purging crappy thoughts, or writing down crappy ideas, or doing crappy art! The possibilities are endless. This paper has a lovely cream-colored finish, and is speckled throughout with bits of fiber. Just like the fancy stuff from the stationery store.