Repurposing rejection

Lulu, a self-publishing service, offers to help transform any sorrow and anger at rejection letters by doing the the dignified and environmentally responsible thing. At 90 bucks for a pack of four, they’ll transform your rejection letters into custom (two-ply! “facial quality” – thank god, we were all wondering) toilet paper. Lulu says they were inspired by:

the remark attributed to (among others) the great Sir Winston Churchill, who is said to have written in reply to an unwelcome letter:

Dear Sir, I am in the smallest room of the house. I have your letter before me. Soon it will be behind me.


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