Jenn, who has more than 8k followers on Twitter, asked people to "Please show me pictures of weird stuff in your parents house." She followed up with "I want to see the seashells in the bathrooms people". To be honest, seashells in the bathroom is not all that odd for older folks, just an outdated decor style. But soon, submissions got really weird, like Karen Cravens Karen's pictures of a guest bathroom above. Oh, we saw a lot of seashells, and quite a few bizarre collections on display. Like this set of animal traps from The Blogess.
Dozens of antique animal traps. For decoration. pic.twitter.com/0UCcrqZRCF— TheBloggess (@TheBloggess) November 24, 2017
This one has a story behind it.
Aunt Matilda. pic.twitter.com/XthxnMLB9z— Tate (@_GLITTEROUS_) November 24, 2017
Her body was donated to a medical school in the late 1800's early 1900's. Through our friends at the Lemp Mansion we've obtained her.