Unless it's the anti-Apartment Therapy, that is.
Consider, this bathtub faucet:
This is in the bathroom that is in-between the bedrooms that my kids occupy, here in our rental home in Ho Chi Minh City. The shape of it is kind of unusual, to my grew-up-in-Canada sensibilities, and I am not sure why the hardware and the bathtub are not flush with the wall, instead of installed 6-8 inches out (gotta love the aesthetics of the exposed pipes). But the really aggravating thing about this faucet is this:
If you can't tell from the photo, what you are looking at is the actual faucet, rotated completely behind the bathtub. How completely un-brilliant is that? So, if I am filling up the tub and either me or one of the kids knocks the faucet, a river of water flows in between the edge of the bathtub and the wall, and right onto the floor. Drives me crazy. I am not sure what sort of practical purpose this serves, and our family sure goes through a lot of towels on bath night because it this feature ...