Math lessons can make anyone’s head spin. The last thing we need is a toy that makes you feel like your brain is freezing like a stuck CD of yore. It looks like kids will be able to practice their counting skills and their subtraction skills at the same time. One, two, three… Where did the four go? Who knows!
Life’s a puzzle that sometimes even math can’t solve. The toy design might have been an epic fail, but the typo turned out to be a valuable educational tool.
Comfort Over Style: A Cautionary Tale
Sure, these "jeans" might be comfortable, but they're not exactly what the customer had in mind when they clicked "Buy." We almost admire the seller’s audacity! Instead of the perfect jeans, this person has a new pair of "jogger jeans," which are perfect for lounging on the couch.
Just don't try to wear them to a job interview or a first date unless you want to give off the impression that you're always ready for a nap.
He Woke Up Like This
Who needs a perfectly-fluffy teddy bear when you can have one that looks like it's been rolling around in the mud? It’s the toy equivalent of "I woke up like this." The inventor appears to have begun with the best of intentions but quickly lost interest in their own creation and the results.
An odd creature that’s half bear and half piglet, rocking a boho look. Think of all the money this customer will save on dry cleaning bills!
An Eye-Opening Purchase
Welcome to the future, where jetpacking through traffic is the norm and Barbies look like cyclops. The doll design is futuristic, for lack of a better term. Still, you have to agree that she’s eye-catching. Like most dolls, she'll have her eye on you all day long and take it to the ultimate level.
It would be neat if her hi-tech features could predict the future or peer into people’s minds. Too bad she’s only a reminder of bad shopping decisions.
A Hybrid Of Confusion
Although we would have preferred a regular centaur toy, "Tardy Man" is unexpectedly hilarious. The Tardy Man isn’t sure whether he’s a man or an animal and never ends up getting things done. Should he go walking or galloping down the street?
He’s torn between being a horse and a human but isn’t very good at either. It isn’t uncommon to find him just standing there, staring into space, looking undecided about what to do next.