Let's face it, online quizzes sometimes just make you scratch your head, especially when things go wrong, like on this one. Scoring a perfect 18 out of 18 just wasn't enough, so it required you to get a whopping 19 out of 18 correct just to pass. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many design FAILS that exist on the internet. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
A truck full of hagfish, along with gallons of slime they produced, caused chaos on the lanes of US 101 in Oregon last Thursday. According to the Oregon State Police, these creatures were being transported to Korea for consumption. The Tesla you see above, along with other vehicles, were covered in a thick mucus, which can expand into 20 liters when combined with water. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Unless you're a celebrity and / or a big name company (Google, Facebook, etc.), asking a programmer to complete a job for "exposure" simply isn't feasible. Someone asked programmer Zach Zundel just that recently, or to be more specific, to do coding/backend work for free: "Lmao sorry friendaloo but if you want me to write you a couple thousand lines of code you get to profit from forever it's gonna cost you," said Zach in a tweet. Continue reading to see how the entire conversation went down.
Back to the Future fan Spencer White wanted to get his newly acquired 1982 DeLorean DMC-12 up to 88 mph, in hopes of time traveling, but unfortunately, he instead received a speeding ticket from the California Highway Patrol. "[The trooper] asked me how fast I thought I was going. The officer, smiling, told White he was going exactly 88 mph. All of us started busting up laughing," said White. Continue reading for another video and more information. Click here for a few bonus images of an incredible BTTF DeLorean replica.
"We Do Phoshop" is a Korea-based Facebook group that takes Photoshop requests from its fans, no matter how ridiculous they may be, and turns them into even crazier images. For example, the person above said it was awkward seeing people pose with statues, so he wanted a more "dynamic pose". The result? A punching good time. Continue reading to see more strange Photoshop requests. Click here for a few bonus request images.
The internet is a goldmine for wasting time, especially when it comes to memes and random images. Some users have come across quite a few painfully obvious signs that probably did not need to be put up. For example, putting a "Caution: Fire is Hot" sign right next to a scalding flame, probably isn't the smartest idea, but whoever happens to blow right past this sign, there's a nice fence railing to keep you safe from the heat. Continue reading to see all the signs. Click here for a few bonus images.
Brandon Vezmar, a 37-year-old man from Austin, Texas, expected a normal night at the movies, a screening of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 to be exact, but what happened when the film started rolling, is an entirely different story. His date, 35-year-old Crystal whome he met on dating app Bumble, started texting someone 15 minutes into the movie. When Vezmar noticed, he politely asked her to stop, or go into the lobby, and she chose the latter, but never came back. She refused to pay the $17.31 price of the ticket when he texted her later, so he took her to court. Continue reading for an interview video, the actual text conversation, and more information.
It's not uncommon for people to post fake pictures on social media, but when a celebrity tries doing this, the entire internet starts sleuthing, especially if someone spots a discrepancy. Rapper and actor Bow Wow recently posted a picture of a private jet on Instagram with the caption "traveling to NY today", but a Snapchat user found out otherwise. Now, the internet trolling has commenced. Continue reading to see the aftermath. Click here for a few bonus images.
Since anyone with an internet connection and access to Wikipedia can edit articles, it's no surprise that there have been some interesting changes over the years, like this one, on the first law of thermodynamics. For those who don't know, it's a version of the law of conservation of energy, adapted for thermodynamic systems. The law of conservation of energy states that the total energy of an isolated system is constant; energy can be transformed from one form to another, but can be neither created nor destroyed. Continue reading for more strange, yet real, Wikipedia edits compiled by Bored Panda. Click here for a few bonus images.
You would think a "Mall Maintenance Shop" with the slogan "we can fix anything," would have a working doorbell, but apparently, that's not the case. Thankfully, there's a window on the door just in case knocking doesn't get any attention either. That is just one of the many oddly ironic things that people on the internet have come across. Other examples include: a Domino's delivery scooter spill, "American Freedom" that is made in China, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.