- A photo of a very uniquely designed bathroom has been making its way around the internet
- The popular pic features a toilet that sits above some stairs, almost as if it were a throne
- The design left many South Africans cracking jokes, many of them saying that it looked like an awards podium
There are all sorts of weird and wonderful bathroom designs in the world. A picture of one just surfaced on the internet - and many South Africans can absolutely not deal with how bizarre the design is.
In the picture, whichwas originally shared on Twitter by @HerDreadsRock and then reshared by @SisipoTheGuy, the bathroom (covered in wooden panelling) also features a toilet that has been widely likened to a throne.
If you're wondering where the throne comparison comes from, it probably has a lot to do with the fact that one literally has to climb a few stairs to eventually get to the toilet. Sisipo captioned the post:
"Ingathi uyothatha iAward. (Looks like you're going to win an award)," he wrote.
Meanwhile, locals had the following o say:
"Thank you... Thank you. I would love to thank my stove, my electricity, the pots that allowed me to cook up the storm. If it wasn't for them, I wouldn't have been able to offer this massive destructive masterpiece."
"After flushing it will sound like hands clapping... So its only good manners to take a bow."
"If ever there was a visual representation of the word "throne" this would be it."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, sometimes it's too much work to write a grocery list on paper or one of those list apps on a phone. This mad lad was using his ex-bae's number to write his grocery lists since she blocked him.
However, for some reason, she unblocked his number and was surprised to get a string of texts listing rice, salt, wheat and a cucumber. She demanded to know what weird mess she'd landed up in when he revealed that he was using her number as a grocery list since she blocked him.
@uMambulazi shared the hilarious post on social media where it picked up a lot of attention. Here are some reactions to the hilarious post on social media: @ChiefJusticeHD:
"I also do the same, I write my notes to those non-existent numbers on my WhatsApp."
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