A few days ago, a netizen shared a friend’s room and shocked many people with amazement.
The owner of the room is not a poor, homeless or slum dweller, on the contrary, this person is extremely rich. However, what is shown in this room does not say it, even completely different from what people would imagine about the living space of rich people.
The owner of the article shared a picture of a very rich friend’s room.
The photos show the floor covered with food waste, bottles, plastic bags and leftover fruit. The floor and walls were covered in dirt, black with stains, stains that looked like it hadn’t been cleaned in a long time.
The bed was full of trash but someone could still lie on it every day.
Next to it was a bed piled with leftovers, plastic dishes, plastic bottles, with a bottle of insecticide hidden around, and the corner of the bed was the cleanest, with pillows and blankets, a remote control placed nearby, I guess that’s where the homeowner usually lies to eat and watch TV.
Many people humorously claim that three watermelons are the cleanest thing in the room.
The owner of the article said that in the mess, there were also pets, including chickens in the bedroom and dead turtles in the kitchen. He confirmed that this room was indeed inhabited by ordinary people and that it was a very rich person.
Mango seeds and mineral water bottles after use are thrown in a corner of the room.
The owner owns more than 100 million yuan (nearly VND 340 billion) in bank deposits and lots of land, the money earned from bank interest and real estate helps him live well without working. Air conditioning in the room is always open 24 degrees year round.
The photos along with the uploader’s additional captions made netizens really surprised. The story attracted tens of thousands of likes as soon as it was posted with many comments.
“The life of the rich is not what we can imagine.”
“This house is a chicken coop, the happiness of the rich is simple.”
“Three watermelons in the room are the cleanest.”
“This is the beggar emperor, even if he has money, he will live like a beggar”.
“There’s no point in having money in this case.”