Imagine this scenario: you have chosen to spend the night at a hotel, expecting to enjoy yourself and have a relaxing evening. You step into the shower, which is already isn’t as fancy as you wanted it to be. After spending some time in the shower you feel like the room lacks ventilation which is when you look for the venthole.
Sadly, you discover a design fail, or maybe a design scam — there’s a vent but it’s just screwed directly onto the wall. No actual ventilation here!
One person found that they kept on making what felt like a silly mistake. Every time they wanted salted butter, they found that have grabbed the unslated one and vice versa.
This person was ready to declare themselves insane until they learned it was actually a design fail that has caused all this drama. Turns out that the unsalted butter stick has a red label, but the box has a blue one, and vice versa!
Zoo Got It Wrong
The Wellington zoo wanted to try and find a fun way to teach children about the environment. They decided to assign each one of their recycling bins a different animal and give each animal a speech bubble asking the children to feed them.
But, we feel like they forgot these are children they are dealing with, and they might come out of the zoo thinking they should actually feed lions plastic. These bins might help the environment but they will probably hurt animals.
Christmas is usually an exciting time in almost every kid's life. We mean, what could be better than waking up to a pile of presents? Technically nothing could, but realistically sometimes Santa gives grandma terrible gift ideas.
Like that one year when you begged for a new pair of jeans, but all you got were these sweats with a jean design printed on them.
I Can't Hear a Thing
While trying to study for a test, one student ran into a problem — his textbook seemed to rely on listening to certain audio files. But, alas, as far as we can tell, paper can't play sound, no matter how hard you try to press the button. No, closing the book and then opening it again doesn't help either.
Honestly, with the high cost of college textbooks these days, we would have appreciated it if they at least could have played audio files.