Social norms? What social norms? This person decides they can air out their shoes on a flight whenever they want to. A maverick traveler who wants to keep their feet feeling breezy and carefree. One can almost smell the stink as the air circulating around this unconventional foot exhibition — as if stale airplane smells weren’t bad enough.
Where are those oxygen masks when you need them? We’ve all been there — trapped in a metal tube soaring through the sky, desperately seeking any form of comfort during a long flight. But some individuals take airplane comfort to astonishing new heights, or in this case, lows.
Don’t Leave Your Droppings Behind
You never know what you’re going to get when using a public toilet, especially in college. But there’s nothing more infuriating than walking in to see splashes of blatant disregard everywhere. Someone’s managed to leave their droppings behind, and not in the actual toilet bowl.
You’d think college students would’ve mastered the art of aiming for the toilet bowl by now! Seems the bar is low. Time to enroll in The Foundations of Pee Etiquette: Proper Aim and Sanitation. When nature calls, aim for the bowl – it’s that simple. Spare everyone else the horror of a wet n’ wild adventure. There are theme parks for that.
Let’s Just Back Off a Touch
Not the kind of picture we expected to see on this list, but here we are. Having to transport a vehicle when it doesn’t work presents a strange problem, and this is... certainly one of the many solutions. However, we’re sure all the other people on the road that day would have appreciated some more things keeping the smaller car in place.
There might be some straps we aren’t seeing, but it seems like this car is just hanging out in the back with nothing to keep it inside. There’s no way that pad underneath it is secured in any way. How did the car even get back there? It becomes more confusing and dangerous the more we look at it. Hopefully, nobody is inside.
Lego Architects Beware
How many Lego structures can my child knock down? That is the ultimate question. Some parents just can't resist the temptation or the potential social media validation, despite signs telling people to keep their distance. Navigating a Lego landscape with a child in tow is the ultimate in daredevilry. Those poor Lego architects.
Imagine spending hours meticulously constructing a Lego masterpiece, only to know it might be obliterated by a child at any moment. Yes, Lego structures are meant to be destroyed and rebuilt – just not these ones. Why, parents, why? Is it because you don’t remember when you slept last?
The real question is how this smart car got down the stairs and onto the platform. Most underground train stations don't even have elevators. Perhaps he's doing his best to avoid New York City traffic, though then perhaps he should have known better than to try driving in the first place.
Maybe he was just looking for a bit of quiet, and some air conditioning, on his regular subway ride home. At least he hasn't blocked the entire aisle; that is more than what most people do. Still not something you see every day — the car or the concern for other people's right of way.