Kim & Kanye’s Ridiculous Sink Design Gets Trolled By Social Media Users

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Earlier on, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West led fans on a tour of their “minimal monastery mansion” and answered some questions from Vogue. However, it turns out the video has only raised more questions due to a mindboggling sink design in the background.

Twitter users are now taking turns guessing how exactly the wholly flat sink works, since there is no visible outlet for water. The original tweet has now been liked over 2,800 times and has over 400 retweets, showing how many people are tearing their hair over this confusing sink design.

While some responses to the tweet are hilarious, others seem legitimate and may offer the answer that you are looking for.

Cc @SayBiblePodcast

— K. Elizabeth (@kathleenelee) April 13, 2019

Can’t wash dishes if there’s no place to put the dishes

— Tony (@righteouschill) April 13, 2019

Because when I brush my teeth and spit, I like to have my spit roll down the entire length of the sink #DoesSinkComeWithAMaid

— Julie Hutchinson (@ThickofThings) April 13, 2019

It’s a bowl less sink, however most seem to have a slit in the back to drain the water. I guess those small grooves in the front are the drains? You can see how it works on YouTube.

— Jawnerys Targaryen (@ajawnhasnoname) April 13, 2019

Sink is a concave conical engraving into the marble with a drainage hole about 10 inches from the faucet. You can see the drainage. It's like a slide that gets more narrow as it approaches the drain.

— M (@snarksmcd) April 13, 2019

It actually works, they have the same kind of magical sinks in the bathroom at the Felix bar, in the Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong.

— Gustaf (@iswdn) April 13, 2019

The many responses considered, perhaps one tweet sums it up best, “Idk, am not rich.”

marble sink covers that lie flush with the counter? idk, am not rich

— Lianna Patch (@punchlinecopy) April 12, 2019

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