We just knew that as soon as the words "Feng Shui" were uttered, the couple on last night's 'Room to Improve' didn't stand a chance with the Twitter crowd.
In fairness to pilot Tom and Feng Shui consultant Claudia, who were doing up their house in Tramore with one of the most beautiful sea views you could imagine, they had a vision and... they stuck to it (as the 'Room to Improve' voiceover politely put it).
The couple caused a fair bit of grief for Dermot, though, as they asked for several redesigns and various extras like a garage and a deck. Not to mention Claudia's 'geopathic stress paint' faux-pas with the floors.
We all know, however, that Incredulous Dermot is one of the most entertaining parts of the whole show.
They did get an amazing house at the end, however, and that's all that matters.
Here's how Twitter reacted...
— Jen Redmond (@RedmondJen) October 6, 2019
— Mairéad Ní Chuaig TG4☀️🌈☔🌼🌻💋💫 (@MaireadNiChuaig) October 6, 2019
A place to hang the wetsuits for €120,00? I can sell them a clothes line for €12.99 #RoomToImprove
— Jennifer O'Connell (@jenoconnell) October 6, 2019
Remember when your dad built you a 2-story space to wash off your wetsuit? Memories #roomtoimprove
— Shane Beatty (@ShaneBeattyNews) October 6, 2019
— Seán McGinley (@Sean_McGinley) October 6, 2019
— Aisling O'Brien (@afmobrien) October 6, 2019
Up the slats. #roomtoimprove
— Jim Nugent (@JimJimNugent) October 6, 2019
— Aisling O'Brien (@mashob) October 6, 2019
Redesign for Feng Shui??? She’s been sitting on a stool for dinner every night. #roomtoimprove
— Niamhers (@niamhhassell) October 6, 2019
I’m gonna be more Tom; Walking into Brown Thomas tomorrow with €5 and I now fully expect to walk out with the whole shop. #roomtoimprove
— Muireann O'Connell (@MuireannO_C) October 6, 2019
I have to go to the toilet but I don't want to miss the bit where Dermot recommends a plywood kitchen to your woman. #RoomToImprove
— Karen Mulreid (@beatingblog) October 6, 2019
— Ciaran Watters (@CiaranWatters1) October 6, 2019
— Pat Magee (@pdiddler4) October 6, 2019
— Jack O’Meara (@JackOMeara12) October 6, 2019