Adam Savage tells a story on Twitter about a bathtub. All he needs is a picture.
“So we found a bathtub that’s the wrong width and and length for the space in the bathroom.” “Perfect! Put it in!” “Should we include any instructions on how to use it?” “Nah!” pic.twitter.com/AL2M8eLF1t— Adam Savage (@donttrythis) November 13, 2017
Okay, it didn't fit, so in order to get the tub close enough to the fixtures on the wall, they had to cut into the tiled wall on the right. Look at all that hard-to-reach space that has to be cleaned! So I thought, okay, they can just turn the shower on to rinse all that, even though that would be a mess, and barely easier than scrubbing. But that handle isn't for the shower (if there is one at all); the handle must be for the faucet, since there's no other faucet handles. Let's just guess how to make the water hotter or colder. Maybe if we look closer, we'll find something else odd about this building project. It appears to be in a hotel, which makes you wonder if the other rooms have the same probems.