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Muttr is a web savvy way of using the word Mutter.
With that being said you may wonder, what does Mutter mean?

Compliments of Dictionary.com:
Mutter Pronunciation [muht-er]

  • - verb (used without object)
    1. to utter words indistinctly or in a low tone, often as if talking to oneself; murmur.
    2. to complain murmuringly; grumble.
    3. to make a low, rumbling sound.
  • - verb (used with object)
    1. to utter indistinctly or in a low tone: to mutter complaints.

Muttr.com was a concept we felt would be a great addition to the world wide web. Why? Simply put, there is always something you encounter each day that just irks you. Often times, there is no real secure way of getting those things off your chest without fear of offending someone or being criticized. When this happens you're left muttering to yourself, under your breath. Muttr.com aims to provide that confidential and safe place to gripe or groan about all your everyday nuisances. We stress the confidential part immensely. Feel free to speak your mind and let it out.

First, we ask that you please post in English only. This will help everyone, including us, greatly!

The process of contributing your story to the community could not be any easier. Click "Muttr Now" on the home page or "Submit your Muttr" in the navigation menu at the top of the page. In the box that appears, select the category you feel is best related to your topic and write your story. Then click submit. Proper grammar and punctuation is strongly recommended as it makes your post much more legible. Nobody likes a wall of incoherent text.

Once its tossed to the community, check back and see who can relate to your experience. People will comment and often times share similar experiences. Just remember, a little humor goes a long way, even if it comes at your own expense!

Now the really great part about Muttr.com is that someone else probably has a story similar to yours! You can simply comment on their story if you have some much needed advice or if you can relate. When commenting all we ask is that you refrain from turning a topic into an ongoing flame fest of name calling and bickering.

When you comment, be sure to vote!

You are not required to register in order to submit your daily stories or comment and give advice.

Registering your account is FREE and only takes a moment. By registering your account today, you will be able to take advantage of all our great features without losing your anonymity.

Some member benefits include (we're always adding more):

  • Your muttrs get automatically approved!
  • You get to help "moderate" the community by reporting, liking, and disliking muttrs and responses! You essentially become a Muttrator! #SeeWhatWeDidThere
  • Earn "Muttr Rep" [click for info]
  • Your "Manage Categories" changes are retained
  • Attach an image or choose a gif on your responses!
  • Choose if you want to post as "anonymous" or not
  • Edit/Maintain your muttrs and responses
  • Personal profile
  • Unique avatars
  • Follow registered members
  • Activity feeds (work in progress)
  • History
  • Usage statistics

"Muttr Rep" is essentially what it sounds like. It's your reputation with the community - the higher your reputation the better standing you have with your community. Keep in mind, as soon as you join and verify your account, you start with 100 Muttr Rep! How much can you grow your reputation?

For more information on reputation click here. Any questions about Muttr Rep, feel free to contact us!

Interact with Muttr and its community by sharing your feedback!

"All the things you aren't supposed to tweet are destined to be muttered anonymously and shared gratuitously on Twitter's evil twin."

- http://www.businessideas.net

"It's really an ingenious idea that caters to a large market (anyone who has feelings, which is everyone)."

- Anonymous

Click here to register! Membership is free and your information is confidential.

How do I contact Muttr.com staff?

You may visit our support page: www.muttr.com/support