I like to think of myself as a pretty handy person who enjoys a good DIY, but unfortunately I am not the type to actually go out and do it - unlike Twitter users @Jess_Monney and @alexmonney - and I am really glad they did.
When the pair started demo-ing their bathroom wall, they came across a message from a couple who previously owned the place.
Needless to say, it's stirred some talk on the interwebs - people apparently LOVE hidden messages in bathroom walls.
What’s wrong with the way we did it omg I love them https://t.co/ROqRfTdi6R— Dena S (@Dena__ms) July 4, 2018
Yasszzz. Someone pls invent a time machine so I can go back to 1995 and give nothin but love & respect to the Shinsekis & Cassie the bunny rabbit https://t.co/904puKdiAA— a certain ᴊᴇɴ ne sais ᴋᴡᴏᴋ (@jenkwok) July 4, 2018
And with all due respect to the Shinseki's and Cassie, the bathroom is in need of a little makeover, although after living in loads of Sydney rentals in the past, I definitely wouldn't complain if it were my bathroom.
If you know me, you know I love house projects. However, even I think I might be a little crazy for kicking off a bathroom remodel 4 weeks before I’m due. Bye bye bathroom! 👋🏻 And sorry in advance for the bathroom remodel updates to come. pic.twitter.com/yCJJN0A0KL— Jess Monney (@Jess_Monney) July 3, 2018
Naturally, this has sparked an investigation in to exactly WHO the Shinseki's were - which is one of the things I do adore about the internet.
23yrs later. Where are the Shinsekis? https://t.co/kuvBbAB8Ms— Jenn (@HaliJenn) July 4, 2018
And it seems the internet was actually very successful!
This is my youngest brother— Rev. Jay Shinseki (@jayshinseki) July 4, 2018
Yes. Troy— Rev. Jay Shinseki (@jayshinseki) July 4, 2018
I LOVE ALL OF THIS.
Anyway, I hope that the Shinseki's and Cassie the rabbit have a wonderful day. Also, I don't need anyone ruining this story by telling me the life span of rabbits, thank you for understanding.