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Friday, November 16, 2007

Man Builds $1 Million Toilet Shaped House in Korea

We weren't going to post this video about a South Korean politician, known as Mr. Toilet, who constructed a 4,700-square-foot house shaped like, you guessed it, a toilet.

But then we saw the usable toilets featured inside. They're pricey, about $4,000. But we want one.

Who wouldn't want to relieve himself in one of those?

Extra Background Info.- Mr. Toilet, aka Sim Jae-duck, focused his political career on beautifying public bathrooms. He tore down his former home to construct the $1.1 million commode-shaped crib. He hopes all of the media attention will spark a "toilet revolution" and provoke a worldwide effort toward better hygiene.

You can spend a night in this bad boy for $50,000. The proceeds will go to Mr. Toilet's cause: improving sanitary conditions across the globe.

For more info. read this AP article.

Sorry about the opening advertisement.


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