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Don’t call a plumber. Just sample it and remix it.
What the hell is up with this guy’s toilet?
And, more importantly, what the hell is up with his hair?
One redditor might have the truth of it: a busted fill valve.
Here’s a much better solution: Don’t fix the weird-ass toilet—remix it. It’s further proof that everything can and will be sampled. Redditor BannedFromEarth took the sound and spun it into something awesome.
He layered the already present noise with a little more air horn, threw in some bass, a couple of synths, and trippy effects to the video. The final product is a pretty cool-sounding and danceable track.
Evan Hawkins’s toilet was already telling him to “turn up” every time he used it, but now he has something to groove to when he does.
Screengrab via YouTube
Ikenna Anyoku was a contributor to the Daily Dot from 2014 to 2016 focusing on viral news and entertainment. He now works as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society in New York.