Let's face it, when you purchase something online, you're doing so blindly, as it is impossible to inspect the item before shipment. For example, this person thought they were getting a 6.5-foot tall teddy bear that was well proportioned, but apparently, what they received was one with 4-foot long legs, and something that appears to be straight from a nightmare. Continue reading to see more things purchased online that took an unexpected turn.
The Canon 1DX Mark II is a fine DSLR, that is if...you don't get a box of rocks or bricks, like motorcycle vlogger "ChaseOnTwoWheels". He reportedly spent $6,000 purchasing a Canon 1D X Mark II off Amazon, and a legitimate camera box arrived, but it was filled with heavy rocks instead of a camera. Customer service then apologized, gifted him $20, a free extra month of Amazon Prime, and then promptly sent out a replacement order within two days. What do you know, the second package contained two bricks this time instead of the DSLR. Continue reading for two real world videos on the 1DX Mark II and more information.
Ever come across a person who looks like a famous celebrity, but not quite? These people have too, but they went the extra mile, and decided to take a picture with them before posting the image onto social media platforms. For example, the group above thought Robert Downey Jr. was shopping at their local mall. Continue reading for more normal people mistaken for celebrities.
James Fridman, the Photoshop troll, strikes again, and this time he's completed a new set of Twitter / email requests, including the example above. The brother could easily have looked not so tired by having his face angled a bit lower and mouth closed, but instead, he was given a karaoke microphone. Continue reading for more Photoshop troll disasters.
A Tesla Model S with Autopilot reportedly engaged crashed into a fire truck in Culver City, California while it was traveling at 65mph, on Monday morning. Fortunately, there were no reported injuries, but the vehicle's front end didn't fare so well, as the hood was nearly torn from the body, along with a tweaked suspension. Continue reading for another picture and a video showing the many instances where Tesla's Autopilot technology actually prevented crashes.
File these under: design FAILS. Let's face it, when a company decides to plaster a new vehicle with their logo and / or information, the last thing they probably think about is how the images would look when a door is open. In this case, a Starbucks delivery van was photographed with its door open, which construed a few of its letters and displayed a new word altogether for people to see. Continue reading for more bizarre vehicle name design FAILS.
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.