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Broken Laptop

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.

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Sounds by Steve

Photo credit: Dr_Evil_173 / Reddit

Beats knockoffs are nothing new, but most try to stick with a name somewhat similar to the original, that is unless...you're talking about Sounds by Steve. While some people know what they're getting into when ordering things online, others skip the fine print and actually think they're getting a steal, but little do they know that all the time spent waiting for it to arrive have gone to naught. Continue reading to see more online ordering FAILS.

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Delivery Fails

So, you requested that your package be left under the doormat, but didn't realize it was as tall as a 50-inch television, and come home to this sight. This may not be the worst delivery experience you've heard or seen, but sometimes, it may help to add a little disclaimer, like "if can be hidden" to any special instructions. Continue reading to see more funny and strange delivery FAILS.

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You Had One Job Fail

File these under: FAILS. You'd think that road workers would just call a tow truck in to move an illegally parked car, but instead, they decided to paint the yellow lines directly over the vehicle. This may look like sweet revenge at first, but the city will probably just have to repaint everything again once the SUV is moved. That is just one of the many people who failed miserably at their one job. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Camouflage Golf Ball

Unless your plan is to only use golf balls once, this camouflaged design probably isn't the smartest for anyone who doesn't constantly hit holes in one. Now if trick shots are your thing, these camouflaged balls are a definite no no. Unfortunately (or fortunately), that is just one of the many strange design FAILS we've rounded up for you today. Others include: a useless office window, poor drain placement, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Shopping FAIL

Photo credit: Adam Hess via Bored Panda

When you purchase something online, and the price appears to be too good to be true, it probably is. For example, Adam H. did not check the dimensions of this rug, and ended up with a micro-sized version intended for doll houses. Other examples include: not reading a mug description, ending up with a child's tent and lots more. Continue reading to see all of the funny shopping experiences. Click here for a few bonus FAILS.

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Cake FAIL

Photo credit: Bored Panda

Sometimes, instructions get lost in translation, but there are some things that shouldn't be taken literally, especially when it comes to decorating a cake. For example, this person wanted use the image from a USB stick, but someone actually printed the image of the device instead. Other examples include: not writing a message, but using a phone notification instead, mistaking graduation cap for something else, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Safety FAILS

Glass bottom cable cars are one thing, climbing atop one through a window, is another. These two daredevils did just that and while their safety isn't guaranteed, it did make for a viral internet photo. Other examples of people who don't put safety first, include: a wooden plank used instead of a jack, hitching a ride in the middle of a train, and more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus FAILS.

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Labyrinth Watch

Imagine buying an extremely expensive watch as just a showpiece, rather than a functional timepiece. Introducing the "Playground Labyrinth" by Hautlence. Priced at $12K, this watch is basically an 18K gold maze with an extra-hard sapphire crystal "crown" to keep the platinum ball in place. To win the game, simply navigate the ball into one of the two tiny holes at which point the crown can be used to activate a small "mechanical lift" to reset the board. "Labyrinth is an old game that we have decided to bring back in a watch. What we are presenting here is a new vision of time and this new vision of time obviously doesn't show traditionally the time. We want people to disconnect and go [to] this dimension of time where you decide what you want to do," said Hautlence co-founder Sandro Reginelli. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when you pour molten copper on french fries.

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Prayer Online

Seattle "businessman" Benjamin Rogovy made millions of dollars by offering online prayers between 2011-2015. He led people to believe that ministers and religious leaders would pray for them if they paid between $9 and $35 for the service via several websites. This was convincing enough for hundreds of thousands of people to participate in the scam, netting approximately $7.8-million in the process. However, all was not as it seems, since Rogovy posed as Pastor John Carlson, complete with a LinkedIn profile. Testimonials included being able to avoid home foreclosures, wining lottery jackpots, and even being cured of terminal illnesses. Continue reading for a video news report and more information.

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