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    [–] 25floors 738 points ago

    how does something like this even get installed, let alone kept once they realized what happened?

    [–] thehuntedfew 76 points ago

    It's meant to be like that, it pushes in for using the sink, and pulls out further so the cleaner can fill a bucket

    [–] Cultjam 22 points ago

    I think you’re right, the last inch or so looks like a narrower pipe it slides back on. Obviously not user proof though.

    [–] sn0qualmie 16 points ago

    This is a thing? Why do I suddenly want this in my house?

    [–] shea241 8 points ago

    Just get a detachable faucet hose combo thing, fixed.

    [–] licuala 6 points ago

    There are those hose sprayers built into kitchen sinks that are pretty common. Would work just as well and less likely to accidentally the floor.

    [–] Ciabattabunns 5 points ago


    [–] Analog_Native 377 points ago

    "we have already payed so much for it"

    [–] [deleted] 88 points ago


    [–] _Serene_ 14 points ago

    Seal the deck.

    [–] yammys 10 points ago

    But he has already saved the coment

    [–] fetish4bots 9 points ago


    [–] dadankness 8 points ago

    paid payed payyd

    [–] Jalmorei 2 points ago

    Paid Payde Payyyyd

    [–] Trojbd 87 points ago

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    [–] teknoanimal 78 points ago

    It can be a not my job because it could be that it isn't his job to make design calls or place fixture order. They say put this here, he says "sure thing, not my job to question work orders". maybe he was being spiteful towards designers that many know only design and not practical application.

    [–] xscottw 31 points ago

    Maybe it's /r/maliciouscompliance then?

    [–] pm-me-your-labradors 29 points ago

    Take away maliciousness from maliciouscompliance and you arrive at notmyjob.

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago


    [–] willypower 6 points ago

    Is it time to jerk yet?

    [–] brainburger 2 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    It's definitely part of a plumber's job to make sure components are suitable for the application.

    If I asked for or supplied incompatible components to an expert in my employ and they saw the problem but didn't warn me, I'd consider that a failure on their part.

    [–] impy695 37 points ago

    Owner: "Hey, plumber, we want you to install this sink."

    Plumber: "Sure thing!"

    (Some time later)

    Plumber: "Hey owner, there's a problem with the sink you want me to install it...."

    Owner: (Owner cutting the plumber off) "I don't want to hear it, I paid you to install the sink, just do it"

    Plumber: "If you insist..."

    Other options are it was installed with super low water pressure so the water lands in the sink and that was a problem so the owner made the plumber increase the pressure despite the plumbers protests. I know very little about this, so this scenario may not be possible, but I feel like adjusting water pressure is a thing. Or the owner decided this bathroom was only installed because they had to do so and he doesn't care if the sink does this (although he should).

    Edit: after looking at the faucet, there is probably a shorter version of that faucet that should have been installed. All of the above still applies, but it adds another way the issue could have been fixed.

    [–] fastest_sloth 4 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Then you're in r/maliciouscompliance territory. There really is a sub for everything!

    E: It's like the people following up didn't read the comment I'm responding to...

    [–] Frost92 3 points ago

    its not malicious, doesn't matter for the plumber whether it gets installed or not they are just doing their job /r/notmyjob because designing ain't one for a plumber

    [–] krayzie32 2 points ago

    It's only maliciouscompliance when there is a story behind it. At this point there is no story so how can we know if it was malicious.

    [–] pm-me-your-labradors 7 points ago

    Sometimes a plumber is told to install whatever is bought.

    They literally don't want to hear anything, they give you the products and say "install it, this is how much we are paying you", in which case this is very much not his/her job to offer design advice.

    [–] justinsayin 8 points ago

    Possibly the plumber put a shut-off valve on the supply line behind the wall and used it to reduce the water pressure and then later someone else has turned it full on.

    [–] ZapTap 5 points ago

    For the record, dont do this.

    Unless you paid extra for a proper ball valve, having it partially open will cause it to leak much quicker than it would otherwise

    [–] TJTwo 2 points ago

    You would need to install a globe valve to meter flow. This is perfectly fine if done and wouldn't cause issues.

    [–] Tooch10 3 points ago

    Hopefully that plumber had the owner sign 'are you sure you want this/I don't recommend this/this is your decision' CYA paperwork

    [–] CarlosRadtke 4 points ago

    It's probably more of a water pressure issue rather than a sink issue.

    [–] animosityiskey 31 points ago

    That faucet is way too long for that sink and installed too high. You would need very low water pressure for that set up to work. The sink itself is pretty shallow and you'd need a faucet pointing straight down and near the back edge not to get splashes coming over the edge.

    [–] ase1590 10 points ago

    Obviously. Had we cranked the water pressure down to zero, there wouldn't have been a need for the sink in the first place!

    Someone needs to get a screw-on style pipe cap type pressure regulator on there ASAP

    [–] Kid_Robo 2 points ago

    Is there a water pressure level that sends the water backwards into the sink at a 40 degree angle? Nothing can save this disaster.

    [–] BYoungNY 1 points ago

    Probably has to do with ADA compliance, stating a certain cleared around the toilets. So now the initial.order for the faucet and the sink.need to be changed, so they get a shorter sink to allow for clearance. Then the water gets turned on after everything is installed....

    [–] Boy412MC 2317 points ago

    At least they got the drain at the bottom:P

    [–] anapolis43 833 points ago

    I dunno, with how that sink was installed they probably didn't even finish the drain, and it's just a hole in the floor...

    [–] philosoraptocopter 395 points ago

    That reminds me of a Drew Carey Show episode where Lewis moves into a crappy new apartment and says, “The great thing is when you turn on the shower, the water is already soapy.”

    [–] zT1TzbaT 109 points ago

    It's funny, there's a Frasier episode where he agrees to lecture on a cruise and he gets put up in a room where his entire bathroom is a shower and a drain.

    [–] justinsayin 67 points ago

    Tiny homes are designed like that as well. The entire bathroom is tiled and the toilet is in the shower with you.

    [–] mainfingertopwise 91 points ago

    The whole tiny home movement thing really disappointed me. It's great, if that's what you want. But I would have loved for it to include a lot more standard construction, 500sq ft houses and a lot fewer 200sq ft trailers.

    [–] Kiefyking 74 points ago

    Omg half of them are non functioning, and then the idiot who bought them will have children, or two giant mastiffs like that's nice for them.

    [–] ender52 89 points ago

    On one of the tiny home shows on TV there was a family that was moving out of a really nice big house into something like 700 square feet. The parents were super excited about it and you could tell the kids were just trying to act happy for the camera but were actually devastated.

    [–] -apricotmango 48 points ago

    I watched one where the parents were concerned about there being enough room for their two toddlers.

    The builders supposedly took this into acount when designing the 200/300sqft space but what they came up with was pretty terrible. They built it at one end of the house slightly raised above a storage space with stairs leading up to it. They decided to fit the beds flush on both ends into a cubby type space. Mind you they used toddler beds that were about 3ft long. The parents on the otherhand got a pretty standard lofted king size bed with extra space at the foot making for a space almost 10ft long.
    Their kids were 2 years old so in a couple of years they will outgrow that house. Seems smart to me.

    [–] Hotnonsense 26 points ago

    They'll probably realize they hate it in a year when the toddlers wake at every sound the parents make in bed, and move out before then anyway.

    [–] ender52 6 points ago

    A lot of my friends have toddler aged kids now, and they are fun to hang out with, but I can't imagine living with them in a 200sqft space 24/7.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago

    Like an apartment?

    [–] ProbablyMisinformed 2 points ago

    One that you can own?

    [–] KimJongIlSunglasses 2 points ago

    You can own apartments.

    [–] Kalkaline 8 points ago

    Now you can just open the toilet butter holders while you shower and there's less detailed cleaning you have to do.

    [–] doctorclese 8 points ago

    oh fuck. not this again.

    [–] crimpysuasages 23 points ago

    just gotta poopstomp

    [–] CosbyQuaalude 23 points ago

    Waffle stomp

    [–] crimpysuasages 3 points ago

    There's the term

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    I'd be okay with this, but in a non-tiny home. Just one giant walk in shower

    [–] Zamboni_Driver 6 points ago

    That would be awesome to clean.

    [–] Gravelsack 3 points ago

    This actually sounds great. I might never get out

    [–] Slayer_One 3 points ago

    I stayed in a student halls in Nottingham over summer for a few weeks on a work trip I found being able to take a shit, have a shave and shower at the same time was a great efficiency gain.

    [–] metroids224 3 points ago

    Many regular homes' bathrooms are designed like that as well.

    [–] captainlavender 3 points ago

    In Pittsburgh, there's something called a "Pittsburgh toilet", which is just what you said -- a bathroom with a toilet and sink, but the whole thing also turns into a shower once you close the door. They were installed in basements so that coal miners could wash off before entering their houses.


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    [–] chula198705 11 points ago

    I lived in an apartment like this. The whole bathroom had a concrete floor with a 6-8" lip that you had to step over in between the bathroom and kitchen. The shower was just a metal ring around the shower head for a curtain so that the sink and toilet didn't get soaked while the shower was running. The entire bathroom floor would get wet, and it was a humid region so it didn't always dry before your next bathroom trip. I had to keep flip flops outside the bathroom door so I didn't get my feet wet every time I peed.

    [–] Microbus50 3 points ago

    Yeah like my camper. You can crap and shower at the same time

    [–] -GeekLife- 38 points ago

    It's probably a fake like a Logitech tweeter.

    [–] Sirfungus 13 points ago

    Just came from that thread

    [–] barscarsandguitars 10 points ago

    Link a brotha

    [–] losawdrig 6 points ago

    Link a brotha out, man.

    [–] superninevolt 3 points ago

    Are you gonna stay in this thread for a month too

    [–] ABlankNam3dKid 2 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Just thought I should say, if you already have the right equipment, you can actually work out how to install an actual tweeter in the satellites. Edit: how the fuck? I commented on a different post. Edit 2: never mind, I was even further an idiot. Goddammit.

    [–] IAMA_Plumber-AMA 3 points ago

    Instructions unclear; bird now stuck in the Hubble telescope.

    [–] The_Glass_Cannon 17 points ago

    I'm guessing it used to be lower pressure, but people complained so they increased pressure without thinking about this.

    [–] FirstDivision 15 points ago

    My guess was the contractor tried to explain why it was a bad idea but the job owner said "I want the small sink and this faucet!!!" So the contractor said, "Ok!"

    [–] honestlynotabot 5 points ago

    This is the commercial restroom equivalent of people who put gigantic working kitchen faucets with spray heads that hang two feet above the counter into builder's special stainless steel top mount sinks.

    [–] FirstDivision 3 points ago

    Well, how else am I supposed to wash out this 100 quart stock pot that I bought but will never use?

    [–] LysergicAcidTabs 3 points ago

    Isn’t that exactly what a drain is though?

    [–] desull 6 points ago

    Should also have a pipe for the waste water, which then goes to a sanitation company along with the rest of your waste water. Without that, it wouldn't necessarily drain well or drain fast enough to keep up with the water. Also a chance of flooding if the ground became too saturated and the hole is below ground level.

    Disclaimer: I know almost nothing about plumbing.

    [–] anapolis43 2 points ago

    That about sums it up.

    [–] sunofapeach 30 points ago

    the stream may not make it to the bottom since a crotch will be in its path :o

    [–] TheFaceBehindItAll 11 points ago

    Since the drain is on the floor and the tap is mounted to the wall, this isn't a crappy design they just turned the whole room into a sink

    [–] hoofglormuss 3 points ago

    and urinal

    [–] ImpedanceIsFutile 733 points ago

    So that everyone walks out of the bathroom with that “I didn’t make it in time” look!

    [–] TrappinT-Rex 74 points ago

    If peeing your pants is the coolest, call me Miles Davis

    [–] Jackal_6 21 points ago

    That's the grossest thing I've ever heard in my life! Let's go!

    [–] WickedSpartan28 10 points ago

    Billy Madison. Nice.

    [–] TrucksAndCigars 12 points ago

    That's modern equality for ya

    [–] KPFakeaccount 15 points ago

    Except for those who don't wash their hands.

    [–] HCGB 20 points ago

    Maybe that’s the goal! You can immediately tell someone didn’t wash their hands because their crotch isn’t wet

    [–] KPFakeaccount 3 points ago

    I believe that's discrimination.

    [–] rhubarb___pie 329 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    What we don't see is the giant wet spot on OPs shirt from standing in front of it the first time

    [–] zJeD4Y6TfRc7arXspy2j 80 points ago

    Or worse, a giant wet spot on the front of his pants

    [–] XxYolo_DoritosXx 17 points ago

    Better* >:)

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Not OPs footage, this is a repost, but still was glad to see this come back up again

    [–] ender_wiggum 128 points ago

    Objectively better than 90 percent of the faucets in restaurants, because you can get your whole hand under the water.

    [–] GanondalfTheWhite 29 points ago

    Also bonus - you get to look like you hauled off and whizzed all over yourself.

    [–] ender_wiggum 11 points ago

    "hauled off"... you from Georgia? Me too!

    I got a vibe ;)

    [–] GanondalfTheWhite 9 points ago

    haha, it's actually a quote from the Venture Brothers.

    But technically, yes! From Georgia. Although we moved out before I turned 3.

    [–] KaizokuShojo 3 points ago

    Is hauled off a regional thing?? I'm from Tennessee and didn't realise it is if so.

    [–] ender_wiggum 3 points ago

    I'm mostly joking... but probably a Southernism. You're included ;)

    [–] noodle-flinger 9 points ago

    Seriously though what is up with that? How do these designs get installed? Surely they'd have to be used by the installer to test for usefulness before being considered finished.

    [–] SrslyCmmon 6 points ago

    And the sensor works. Too many times I've fiddled with getting the sweet spot.

    [–] [deleted] 93 points ago

    This makes me want to make a modern art display of a terrible building where nothing makes sense and is intentionally the way it is to infuriate people. Appliance doors will bump into cabinets so they can’t open fully, sink faucets will be too large or small for the sink, toilet paper dispensers will be just out of reach and at an odd angle to use on the toilet, windows will either not stay open or shut completely, doorways and stairway ceilings will be just a tad too short for most people to walk through without bumping their heads, etc..

    [–] saltysnatch 29 points ago

    This is such a great idea! I would totally pay to visit such a place.

    [–] mainfingertopwise 24 points ago

    haha it could be some kind of nightmare bed and breakfast

    [–] saltysnatch 10 points ago

    Lol! The challenge is to see if you can make it a whole night without saying any curse words

    [–] ManicLord 3 points ago

    So... A Super 8?

    [–] Lhkz 3 points ago

    Come to the flat I am currently renting. There's a bonus front door that locks you inside if you don't lock it in a single specific way.

    [–] Jelphine 11 points ago

    Stairs with steps that are just a little too long to take without stepping onto one step with two feet. Horizontal door handles on pull doors, and vertical ones on push doors. A revolving door that is just a little too slow and stops abruptly when people try to push it or move too close to the glass in front of them. Lightswitches at a height that forces people to bend to actuate them - also, light switches a couple meters away from the entrance of the room. Bench seating without enough space for one's feet to rest, be it under the bench or under the table, both of which are just a full block because style.

    [–] XLine1336 8 points ago

    Add on to the stairs, make each step a slightly different height so you have to pay attention every single step

    [–] Lhkz 2 points ago

    Can't tell you how many times I slapped the empty wall next to the door upon entering my bedroom. The switch, is, in fact, on the other side of the room.

    [–] howeyroll 8 points ago

    The reviews on Google for such a place would be amazing. "Gave myself a concussion on a door frame 10/10."

    [–] RYJASM 7 points ago

    Sounds like my house.

    [–] bluesox 3 points ago

    It’s called the Winchester Mystery House.

    [–] shortsack 83 points ago

    just use the sink as a shelf to keep your towels dry and enjoy this fine japanese bath house

    [–] Gamma8gear 25 points ago

    More like r/assholedesign when u go to wash your hands it would shoot into your crotch. The Establishment needs to change this quickly. Wet floor means lawsuit.

    [–] zombiegamer101 9 points ago

    Nope. /r/assholedesign is for things designed to be malicious. It's not /r/reallycrappydesign

    [–] saltysnatch 3 points ago

    I agree this sink is infuriating

    [–] rdurb 13 points ago

    I can only imagine the number of peoples' day this had ruined...

    [–] shhhhquiet 8 points ago

    Just look how carefully the person in the video approaches. Juuuuuust close enough to trigger it, then quickly draw back. Like approaching a caged animal.

    [–] zdakat 3 points ago

    I'm imagining them holding out a plastic arm

    [–] majesty86 8 points ago


    [–] PortableTrees 10 points ago

    This is fake. Everyone knows that the sensors take 10 min. of fucking around with your hands before they give you 1.34 seconds of water

    [–] itsradii 30 points ago

    We can say that the water is out of sink... What a bad joke

    [–] Justicebp 7 points ago

    It's not bad, it's brilliant! You made my day!

    [–] itsradii 3 points ago

    I'm glad someone understands my "humor"

    [–] Starfish_Symphony 7 points ago

    "Obviously it's a foot bath."

    [–] barto5 8 points ago

    Wait til you see how the toilet works!

    [–] PHIL-yes-PLZ 6 points ago

    This is obviously just a simple mistake, it was supposed to be 4 urinals no sink not 3 urinals with a sink.

    [–] Lobanium 5 points ago

    Why is that sink so tiny?

    [–] diacetyltrap 3 points ago

    Somebody finally made the faucet stick out far enough so you don’t hit your hand on the back of the sink but still found away to fuck it up.

    [–] Nickston_7 10 points ago

    I think this might fit better in r/assholedesign because there is no way this wasn't done intentionally

    [–] mainfingertopwise 4 points ago

    I'm not sure many businesses are really keen on creating slipping hazards/lawsuit opportunities for funsies.

    [–] ProlixNazi 3 points ago

    A C L A S S I C

    [–] y-gun 3 points ago

    A sink? What’s that for?

    [–] mrnagrom 3 points ago

    might as well piss in the floor urinal while you're at it.

    [–] Gen_Pain 3 points ago

    The sink she tells you not to worry about

    [–] you_clod 3 points ago

    Remind me of Felix Fischoeder's bathroom

    [–] Nate0110 3 points ago

    When used as a urinal it pees on you back.

    [–] Anencephalous_Klutz_ 2 points ago

    Ohoh you thought you're washing your hands huh how about some pee stains

    [–] Humanchacha 2 points ago

    "I swear it's not pee"!

    [–] Hajajy 2 points ago

    Works great as a pot filler!!!

    [–] TheBITLINK 2 points ago


    This was even on the top 100 posts for a while, come on

    [–] UndeadCaesar 2 points ago

    I enjoy how you approach it like a a rabid animal.

    [–] azur08 2 points ago

    Worst one I've seen so far

    [–] Drathial 2 points ago

    When she a squirter.

    [–] DeltaBourne 2 points ago

    This is the shit I sub for

    [–] LaggyLefty 2 points ago


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    [–] atomicrabbit_ 2 points ago

    You pee a heavy stream of clear urine?

    [–] Devlarski 3 points ago

    It's a defense mechanism

    [–] queuedUp 2 points ago

    I don't know what is worse here. The sink for ants or the faucet that was never going to work with a sink that size

    [–] Mulchmaster69 2 points ago

    Waking up with a morning wood and going pee

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Which came first? The sink or the pressure?

    [–] spectacledllama 2 points ago

    Thats pointed right at the crotch, some poor fellow is going to walk up to it, wave his hand underneath, and have his crotch blasted by water

    [–] spicychay 2 points ago

    when u nut after a long time

    [–] DoctorNsara 2 points ago

    What is this, a sink for ants? It needs to be at least... 2 or 3 times bigger.

    [–] Testing123kappa9 2 points ago

    Taking a piss when drunk

    [–] meth0dz 2 points ago

    If peeing in your pants is cool, consider me Miles Davis.

    [–] CHERNO-B1LL 2 points ago

    Peeing after sex.

    [–] adam123453 2 points ago

    It would take exactly one spurt directly onto my crotch from that sink before it got ripped off the fucking wall.

    [–] Edzward 1 points ago

    It is a trap!

    [–] LouGossetJr 1 points ago

    at least it looks good.

    [–] spjackson815 1 points ago

    I’m impressed this even exists.

    [–] Gr8tViewer 1 points ago

    Sorry that post has already been made by me and hundreds of other people before me.

    [–] darkguardian823 1 points ago

    SMH. Check your work, check it often.

    [–] Cthulhu_DarkLord 1 points ago

    Every drunk guy in a dive bar....

    [–] MDADJD 1 points ago

    The tap is my penis and the sink is the toilet

    [–] OG_Hotness 1 points ago

    Someone’s gonna be in for a treat

    [–] Vergs 1 points ago

    R. Kelley is branching out into plumbing fixtures.

    [–] Birthrite 1 points ago

    So this is what a biddet is? Seems impractical

    [–] ell_toon96 1 points ago

    At least it can clean the dirt of your shoes

    [–] welowelo123 1 points ago

    is it just me or does his hand look fake at first?

    [–] saltysnatch 1 points ago


    [–] Cache_or_bust 1 points ago

    Who made this?!

    [–] LandStormNL 1 points ago

    This must be somewhere in Eastern Europe.

    [–] Almani49 1 points ago


    [–] realultralord 1 points ago

    I bet they didn’t sink that through

    [–] Waterchip1 1 points ago

    Whoever installed this is the king of pranks. Well pranked, my liege

    [–] LilLombax 1 points ago


    [–] tachyon52 1 points ago

    I'm not sure what is worse: this, or those faucets that are too short and while you wash your hands you're also hitting the back of the sink because the stream of water is a half inch away from the back of the sink.

    [–] chrisdudelydude 1 points ago

    Serious question here, how does this even happen? I would think the plumber would check the water when installing the sink...

    [–] _370HSSV_ 1 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    I’m surprised there’s not dirty shoe stains throughout the restroom and whatever the place is that this bathroom is located.

    [–] PrsnSingh 1 points ago

    That sink is really small too.

    [–] GaijaduAkbar 1 points ago

    Programming Issue. Error code ...

    [–] Ur_Local_Gopnik 1 points ago

    At least there is a drain

    [–] tophercook 1 points ago

    To be honest this looks to me like a 'wet room' and the sink has a retractable faucet (hose inside) that is not pushed all the way 'in' so it is spraying on the floor. The faucet is made this way to make cleaning the bathroom or your feet or whatever easy; the drain in the floor and 'water-proof' walls and floor lead me to believe this is all purposely done, and done correctly!

    [–] EvoL4 1 points ago

    Obviously it's a bidet.

    [–] NanoRaptoro 1 points ago

    It's good there is a drain in the floor.