LifestyleInfluencer sweeps internet with unusual toilet cleaning trick, sparks hilarious backlash

Influencer sweeps internet with unusual toilet cleaning trick, sparks hilarious backlash

Photos from the recording posted on TikTok
Photos from the recording posted on TikTok
Images source: © TikTok | @alisonkoroly

2:49 PM EST, January 11, 2024

Alison Koroly is a well-known influencer currently at the height of her popularity. She gained fame on social media for posting humorous, unconventional videos with her partner.

She has over 106,000 followers on her TikTok profile. Alongside her partner, she publishes videos on YouTube, where more than 1.35 million users subscribe to their content. Additionally, they manage a Facebook page titled "Life with Wes and Alison: Comedy Sketches and Short Films", which nearly a million people follow.

"Living in the Year 3000"

Recently, one of her posts on TikTok garnered significant attention. In the video, her partner is seen detaching the toilet seat and placing it in the dishwasher. The video was humorously captioned "Living in the Year 3000".

The 12-second video amassed over 1.9 million views in just three days. Currently, the video has been viewed 5.4 million times.

A wave of negative comments

As one might expect, this odd dishwashing idea was not well-received among internet users.

"You might as well just wash your dishes in the toilet bowl," wrote one user.

Another user joked, "I put dishes in the toilet and flush because it's a much faster way to clean them." Meanwhile, another chimed in, "I don't want poop in my dishwasher."

"You can't eat at every house," observed another user.

Other users commented with reactions like, "I will never buy a used dishwasher," and "High heat kills all bacteria and removes dirt, but the emotional damage stays forever."

Koroly clarifies that the video was intended as a joke to entertain internet users.

"Our goal is to create funny content that people will laugh at and find fun and lighthearted," Alison Koroly told the "New York Post".

Source: New York Post

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