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She (lying in bed): "Darling, did you just hear a noise like someone dropping watermelons down a well?"

He (in ensuite): "Sorry darling, I had a rather heavy lunch..."

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"What are you doing over there?"

"Just flossing, darling"

"No you're not, you're having a dump. It smells and I can see you through the glass wall"

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:unsure:

£200k

To add to the exhibitionism, make the dividing wall out of glass blocks. :rolleyes:

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Is this 'room' up in the roof? Won't it get really damp in there?

Edited by Ash4781

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Its so unneccesary they could have put up a stud partition wall where the glass blocks are and make it ensuite.

As others have said surely this doesn't meet building regs as there are still quite strict rules on electrics and bathrooms.

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Is this 'room' up in the roof? Won't it get really damp in there?

Looking at the depth of the shower tray it's going to get damp everywhere. First to go is the carpet.

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Me and Grandma rented a holiday home in France with a similar setup but with only a waist high dividing wall. Luckily there was a normal family bathroom as well.

At bed time we would see how many jokes about it we could conjure up.

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Me and Grandma rented a holiday home in France with a similar setup but with only a waist high dividing wall. Luckily there was a normal family bathroom as well.

At bed time we would see how many jokes about it we could conjure up.

That's France tho, where they allow Nothing (let alone going for a dump) to interrupt sex or dinner

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