A lot of men push the bounds of poor decorating, like my college roommate, who spread an Anchorman movie poster across his dining room table as a table cloth. Or my dad, who until very recently used empty bulk peanut boxes as most of the tables in his luxury bachelor pad (sorry dad, I know you read this). And now tech YouTuber Michael Reeves is proving you can go further in your interior design crimes, by requesting that Twitter do his decorating for him.
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In the video, Reeves announces that his room looks like the purgatory realm between life and death, and that he's created a Twitter bot that will take the most liked suggestions/Amazon links and automatically purchase the item. In a perfect world, @love2laff would send him a gorgeous (discounted!) Persian rug to match @goodperson122's juniper drapes, but we all know that Twitter can't not be chaotic at every waking opportunity.
And so chaos ensues, starting with the conversion of his room into a BDSM lair:
And the bot, speaking through the medium of Michael, acknowledges the sex swing purchase in the humorless, purposeful way that a politician quotes hip hop lyrics:
This chaotic Tetris-ing of furniture and accessories continues for the promised 24 hours:
At the end of the 24 hours, Reeves says the bot is shut off, and a YouTube video about his experience is on its way.
I have just one more thing to say, and it's to Michael: I know the competition is over, and your max price was $90, but please make an exception to purchase Neiman Marcus’ $7,100 hot dog couch. It will go well with the 3D Big Breast Boobs Silicone Wrist Rest Support Mouse Pad, I promise.
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