Does anyone remember that debate from a while back? I am reminded of it almost daily when I am using the bathroom and staring at the wall, which was quite literally stapled, then caulk was used to cover the stapes and joints.

I guess I should qualify this statement, this is a "manufactured" home, which is the fancy way to say trailer. The bathroom walls have a vinyl covered drywall that is less than 3/8" thick. It was probably glued to the 1x4 wall framing before the staples and caulk were applied.

It will forever escape me why anyone is ever allowed to build something this poorly.