Comedian Justin Cousson has thought up a hilarious way to nudge a messy roommate into line, setting up a "passive-aggressive art gallery" using "found pieces" that have been left around his house.
There are more than 30 pieces of art, however Cousson has so far only shared seven online. They include this $500 "cheese knife" that had been left out on the counter.
And this $3,400 "sour cream covered spoon, left in sink before leaving town for four days".
And who could forget the classic "boxes left on couch because what even IS breaking them down and recycling or even leaving them not on the couch," from earlier this year.
Cousson told BuzzFeed News he came up with the art project idea when his roommate's messiness became too much.
Cousson said his messy roommate wasn't a fan of some of the pieces, particularly "Television left on for hours (nobody's watching me)" and "Bacon-grease soaked paper towel, forgotten in microwave with plate".
After his initial tweet about the passive aggressive art installation picked up thousands of retweets and likes, Cousson suddenly found himself inundated with submissions from other people with messy housemates.
Cousson says he doesn't mind the extra attention.
"Something about this clearly appeals to peoples' appetite for the most mild form of vigilante justice," he said.
Brad Esposito is a news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia.
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