Really, really more than you want to know.

About Us

What’s an Oversharer?
People who twitter or post embarrassingly intimate details, or gross and disgusting habits, or their unfortunate social awkwardness, for all to see. As if we care.

How do you decide which overshares to share?
Our editorial panel of Oversharing experts reviews submissions and then look at each other and say “yeah, that’s a good one.”

Can you tell us more about the editorial panel? Who are they?
We can’t tell you. That would be oversharing.

Dare to Share
Seen an oversharing example worth sharing? Visit our submissions page or email us at submissions@oversharers.com.

But Don’t Just Take Our Word for It…

Take a look at some of our mentions from around the web:

The New Yorker: “Small Bird Chirps Land in Big Library”

A Site for That: “Oversharers”

Jane, You Ignorant Slut: “Oversharing: Real-time Amateur Porn”

MSNBC: “The Internet Will Watch You FAIL!”

bub.blicio.us: “Oversharers.com: Where’s the Mystery?”

Superciliousness: “Do You Overshare?”

Karen Freberg’s Public Relations Blog: “The Growing Issue of Managing Online Reputation Effectively & Proactively With Social Media”

Jetzt: “Wie Oversharers sich im Netz daneben benehmen”

Blog Provokat: “Blogue d’un vendredi de où étiez vous”

Interesting Pile: “Neat Sites”

ABC Western Australia: “Where to Go on the Web”

Nuclear Toast: “Sharing and the Internet”

Yooblog: “Άνθρωποι που νοιώθουν την ανάγκη να λένε πράγματα για τη ζωή τους λίγο παραπάνω από ότι ίσως θα έπρεπε”

Mashable: “Are You a Twitter Oversharer? Beware, You Might Get Twaxed”

NBC Los Angeles: “Mining Social Media for Laughs” [also on NBC Chicago, NBC New York, NBC Philadelphia, and NBC Connecticut.]

Le Projet Doppelganger: “Qui sont les oversharers sur Twitter?”

Chicago Tribune: “Private Spies–They’re Watching You”

Roughly Daily: “Tweet Tweet”

Urlesque: “Oversharers Unite!”

Current: “Oversharers Get Their Own Blog”

Legblog: “Let’s Make Fun of Some People, Shall We?”

Sound Off – The Metropark Blog: “TMI”

Feeling Listless: Links

Schmutzie: “Oversharers”

The Olive Reader (The Weblog of Harper Perennial): “Are You An Oversharer?”

Doobybrain.com: “Oversharers: A Showcase of People Who Share Too Much Information”

Switched: “Oversharers.com Shares Way More Than You Want to Know”

Minneapolis Star-Tribune: “Twitter’s Universe Is Expanding”

webdev2.0: “Oversharers”

The Next Web: “When People Feel the Need to Share Too Much. Yep, There’s a Site for That.”

Techwag: “When People Feel the Need to Share Too Much”

Everything Twitter: “Oversharers – When You Say Too Much on Twitter”

Cloud Ave: “When People Feel the Need to Share Too Much”