Thanks to this gadget, opening plastic clamshell packaging has never been easier. Unfortunately, not everyone has one of these tools handy, so the next best thing would be just a normal pair of scissors. Many would simply cut along the edges of the package, while some may have a temporary brain lapse and end up slicing the product itself into two, like this person with a USB cable. Other examples of people who have no idea include: locking your padlock keys onto itself, collecting bizarre "seashells", and more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
Remember the old Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote cartoons, and how the latter always painted fake tunnels? Well, a graffiti artist in Brazil thought it'd be smart to do just that on a brick wall, and as you can see, a Fiat drove directly into it. Fortunately, city officials painted over that optical illusion the very next day to prevent future accidents from occurring. Continue reading for more design FAILS that haven't been Photoshopped. Click here for a few bonus images.
Yahoo, soon to become Altaba, may not have the best search engine, but its "Yahoo Answers" service is definitely one of the most entertaining. Whether it be simple questions, serious dilemmas, or just internet trolls, you'll find plenty, like this person who wants to know if there's a way to turn a computer monitor into a mirror. They decided to skip all of the search engines, and then scanned their monitor. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus answers.
At first glance, you may not even notice the small room up top, but apparently, this hotel either has a sense of humor, or didn't properly look over their blueprints. Now if you have Spider-Man's climbing abilities, this may not be an issue, but for most, you'll need to use a ladder. Continue reading for more strange construction oddities. Click here for a few bonus images.
File this under: FAILS. Sometimes, we speed so much time making sure we don't spell a word wrong that letter spacing gets thrown out the window. For example, this credit card terminal's pen happened to be broken, while the touchscreen still is fully functional, but those who quickly glance at the sign may not get the same message. Continue reading for more strange examples of letter spacing gone wrong. Click here for a few bonus images.
Halloween may be just days away, but we're not quite sure if a short broom should ever be used as a windscreen wiper, despite how cool or unique it may look to some - especially since they can be bought new for under $8. Other examples of how not to fix a car, include: attaching a rear wiper to the muffler, using standard bandage to fix a scratch, injecting expanding foam like a madman, and lots more. Continue reading to see all the images. Click here to view a few bonus construction FAILS.
While the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been permanently discontinued, and its previous owners offered a 50% discount on the Note 8, should they decide to go that route, companies are still looking for ways to cash in, with the latest being UNIQFIND. This smartphone accessory outlet has unveiled its latest product, called "EXPLO-SUNG", which is essentially an iPhone case and decal, modeled after an exploded handset. Continue reading for another picture of the front.
Scientifically speaking, neon lighting consists of brightly glowing, electrified glass tubes or bulbs that contain rarefied neon or other gases. These types of lights are normally placed in a sealed glass tube with a metal electrode at each end, filled with one of a number of gases at low pressure. A high potential of several thousand volts applied to the electrodes ionizes the gas in the tube, causing it to emit colored light. When they fail, disaster may ensue, like the gas station above. Continue reading for more bizarre neon lighting FAILS now. Click here for a few bonus images.
One person from China spotted an iPhone 7 deal that seemed too good to be true, and it most certainly was. Instead of the latest iPhone, this person received an iPhone 3, iPhone 4 and a Yu-Gi-Oh Fusion Monster card. Now if the two older devices were factory sealed, they could possibly fetch a nice sum on eBay, but that wasn't the case here. Continue reading to see smugglers who tried bringing 400 iPhone 7 handsets on launch day into China.
File these under: epic FAILS. Let's face it, accidents happen, and sometimes, they involve your laptop. For example, this person somehow managed to break their space key in half, but decided to use staples to patch things up, or at least just enough to place it back on. Other examples include: Click here to view a few bonus disasters.