A bizarre photo of a fancy kitchen has baffled social media users after writer Kate Wagner shared it on Twitter.
Wagner is the creator of the popular bi-weekly blog McMansion Hell, where she writes about architecture, urbanism, history and design. But the funniest component is when Wagner shares photos of suburban mansion monstrosities and writes takedowns of the over-the-top homes.
Wagner recently shared a reader submission on Twitter — a photo of a spacious kitchen with granite countertops and enormous windows overlooking a green backyard.
But there's an element of surprise and curiosity in this image and, as Wagner says in the accompanying caption to the photo, "you are simply unprepared for this."
ok y'all you have to see this image from a texas house that was submitted on the mcmansion hell live stream. you are simply unprepared for this. pic.twitter.com/x0KkSKDKPG— kate 'woodpecker stan' wagner (@mcmansionhell) February 21, 2020
Not only is the kitchen stocked with a number of chairs that enters double digits, but all of the chairs are also floating.
demonic— Single Issue Drunk Driving Voter 🍻🚗 (@ByYourLogic) February 21, 2020
At first, it seems impossible to understand how someone is supposed to get into the seat. A couple of people in the replies proposed that maybe the chairs swiveled out since they can't be pulled out.
Swivel. Look carefully and you can see how attached. At least you can mop easier 🤷♀️— Guiness Pig (@Pho2Geek) February 21, 2020
But then came another major concern.
KNEES?!?! pic.twitter.com/Y5eKRjrzoN— a cinnamon roll, but like, a witch (@BitchWithA_W) February 21, 2020
But where do your legs go when you swivel back— GroovyKitty (@GroovyKitty) February 21, 2020
Then people started to panic over how many of these unusable chairs were actually in the kitchen.
this HAS to be part of a cult complex. Who else needs that many chairs and no decorations?— Chris Walsh (@deflatermaus) February 21, 2020
"I want to have a lot of options about where to sit"— owl (@owlyowlnow) February 21, 2020
"No problem," said the designer
Wagner even tweeted out a follow-up image with a different angle of the chairs — which included another chair not featured in the first photo.