Company That Sends Messages On Boobs Is Making A Fortune

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Last year a couple of Russian guys started a business whose speciality was sending personalised messages written on boobs.

Tittygram – as the company is called – is now 12 months on from its launch and it’s fair to say it’s proving the doubters wrong, reports the Daily Mail.

The founders – a couple of programmers from the city of Ulyanovsk – originally invested two million rubles (£20,000) in Tittygram.

After just a year they have made around five million rubles (£50,000). To put that in perspective,  most businesses don’t see a genuine profit until their fourth year.

That music is absolutely, amazingly inappropriate.

The ‘unique’ service – which costs £24 – allows people to send a virtual card with a message of your choice written on someone’s chest – male or female.

You simply go to the website, select your favourite model and send in the text of your message. Just an hour later, you will receive a digital photo card that you can send to a friend as a gift.

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There is also a budget option for a fiver – but with that one you don’t get to choose which boobs you get.

According to the company, about 30 per cent of customers return for new cards, and some even use Tittygram as a chat service.

So for all of those people who thought it was a flash in the pan, you were sort of wrong.


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