"I Loved It Very Much, But It Caused A Lot Of Back Problems": Robert Pattinson Slept On An Inflatable Boat For Six Months

You know Robert Pattinson.

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The guy whose face was plastered on thousands of Team Edward shirts and posters in the 2010s.

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The dude who shares perhaps a little too much in interviews, like when he told the world he masturbated for real on the set of Little Ashes. "My orgasm face is recorded for eternity," he said.

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Well, the actor just shared another random and interesting fact about himself!

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In an interview with Architectural Digest, the 37-year-old spoke about the new ear-shaped sofa he created. After starting with sketches, he made models out of clay before enlisting the help of designer Nicole Gordon, designer architect Andrea Cadioli, and upholsterer Claudia Bracamontes.

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When Robert was asked about the worst sofa he's ever had, he told AD, "My least favorite could also be my most favorite. There was a time when the only piece of furniture I had for about six months was an inflatable boat that would double as my couch, bed, and dining table."

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"I loved it very much, but it caused a lot of back problems," he concluded.

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Naturally, I got curious about what an inflatable boat looks like. Maybe he had one of these:

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Or something similar to this:

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Or my personal favorite, the flamingo boat:

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In all seriousness, congrats on your success in furniture design, Robert! Excited to see what you create next.