A woman whose bathroom went viral after her niece shared a snap of her hilarious decorating fail has vowed to leave it untouched to commemorate its fame.
Yaimerie, 18, was staying at her aunt's house after arriving in the Dominican Republic on holiday and had arranged to stay with her aunt while she was there.
When she wandered into the bathroom she quickly noticed the mistake her aunt, who doesn't speak a word of English, had made.
The white tiled walls were broken up by a banner running around the middle consisting of a star fish leaning up against a pile of folded towels.
In the top left corner of the tiles, which ran all the way around the bathroom, it says 'Sample text…'
Yaimerie took a photo and uploaded it social media with the caption: "B**** I land in Dominican Republic earlier and I go to use my aunt's bathroom, this is their tile I'm screa."
She admitted that she was so excited to share her discovery that she didn't check her grammar, leaving the tweet 'all over the place'.
It didn't seem to matter, however, as it gained more than 82,000 likes online.
Yaimerie has since broken the news to her aunt and explained the funny fail behind the 'sample text' mix up, but her relative took it well and now refers to the room as the 'famous bathroom'.
The teen, who studies kinesiology at Louisiana State University, said: "She doesn’t speak any English so that’s why she probably didn’t see it as a big deal when they got those tiles for her bathroom.
"When I first saw the tiles I thought it was in a fever dream, but it was so funny to me.
"I told my aunt about how it went viral but after that my cousin and I had to explain why it was funny, she thought it was kind of funny too.
"She’s definitely going to leave the tiles like that, it’s more funny than embarrassing and not that big of a deal."
It proved very popular with her online Twitter following, as one replied: "I feel like buying Shutterstock stock image wallpaper now."
Another said: "Somewhere out there is a white girl with 'sample text' tattooed on their body in Chinese."
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