Young people today: they don't remember what it was like before cellphones kept you entertained on the toilet, when all you had to read were the labels on shampoo and other bottles. 

However, a new website is letting web-connected throne-sitters glimpse what that analog bathroom experience was like. Backlabel is a simple site that randomly generates an exact duplicate of the back labels of common bathroom products, from shampoos to cleansers and anything else that would be within arm's reach.

Just the thing for, as the site suggests, folks who are "sick and tired of Twitter, Facebook, messaging and surfing while you're on the toilet."

So just how do you pass the time while you are on the toilet?