‘Gave Me Sleepless Nights’: Creepy Coffin-Sink Stirs Up Hilarious Reactions

‘Gave Me Sleepless Nights’: Creepy Coffin-Sink Stirs Up Hilarious Reactions

- Images of a local 'coffin-sink' have Mzansi social media users absolutely terrified

- The snaps featured a sink made to look just like a dead man's coffin and were shared by Twitter user @AdvoBarryRoux

- Shocked Mzansi social media users took to the comments section sharing their silly reactions to the post

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@AdvoBarryRoux has black-Twitter abuzz after sharing some hilarious snaps of a coffin-inspired bathroom sink.

‘Gave Me Sleepless Nights’: Creepy Coffin-Sink Stirs Up Hilarious Reactions
This spooky sink has Mzansi reacting online. Image: @AdvoBarryRoux/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The spooky appliance definitely had locals questioning the gothic design aesthetic. From the snaps, it's clear the scuttle has more than enough room to fit a body very cosily.

"Heeeee sana yiyo mos le?" he captioned the funny post

All the bathrooms former charm is certainly lost once the gruesome discovery is made, and many spooked social media users remarked that they could not possibly see themselves using the bathroom in the evening.

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Check out some of their comments below:

@Nkuli_McG hilariously wrote:

"Imagine brushing your teeth after spending the night and you hear "uqeda I Colgate wena"

@MogodiriPresh said:

"Hilton Hotel, Durban had that and gave me sleepless nights. Creepy."

@vee_something_m humorously said:

"Isn't that a tombstone on top?"

@Masuku_sifiso_T said:

"Deep down I wanna open that coffin,,, maybe maybe,,, Some designs though,,, how do you bath next to a coffin?"

@Capablenino_FS said:

"Not in my house"

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a beautiful woman has taken to social media, celebrating the incredible purchase of her first-ever home.

While it may not look like much to some people, the humble homestead is the pride and joy of Twitter user, @Slie25242892. The hardworking mom of two is certainly self-assured in what she has been able to accomplish for her little family.

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"To someone it's small. To me it's a big win. KwaMaNtuli," she captioned the heartfelt post.

Mzansi social media users were impressed by the woman's confidence in her humble achievements and took to the comments section to wish her well. Some commended the hard worker for not giving in to unhealthy social media standards.

Check out some of the responses below:

@NunguSompisi asked:

"House warming party yona?"

@Lebo_Ink has some advice:

"Congratulations, your home is beautiful.This is a big win, don't ever downplay your wins due to social media standards"

@ALX_Navi said:

"Congrats sis12 "

@macmilan83 said:

"I see NOTHING small here. Well done."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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