Someone did not think this through completely. Dishwashers were built for convenience. They bridged the gap between laziness and the desire for cleanliness. And there was this person – they just ruined the entire point of dishwashers.
The apartment owner might as well go back to handwashing their dishes again – unless they are willing to go through the unbearable issue of sitting on their haunches so they can squeeze things inside of this machine. Better go back to handwashing dishes, eating out for the rest of your life, or submitting to uncleanliness.
Don't these things come out of a factory? You know, that place where machines do the assembly and packaging and stuff? How on earth did an automatic being manage to insert one of the 24 pencils upside-down? Most importantly, how do we speak to the manager about this?
And don't even get us started on the label. It says 24 pencils, but above it clearly writes 1 pencil and then, oddly, 2 ½ wood case pencils. What is going on with this product? Do you have to solve a math equation before understanding what kind of product you are about to purchase?
This might seem like an odd feature on a contract or important document, but it is not hard to figure out what is going on here. Someone was going through an important document – a contract or manual of some kind – and then needed to file it in a binder.
Obviously, that means you need to punch a hole or two in the paper. While you'd think this action is pretty straightforward, you should never underestimate the power of people to mess things up and give you anxiety. And boy howdy, does this tragically-positioned hole give us anxiety.
We all have experienced troublesome toilet seats. It is not something we bring up in everyday conversations because, after all, it is not the done thing. However, it does make one wonder why the expression ‘toilet humor’ exists. Seeing this toilet seat, we can imagine that it has quite a collection of hilarious tales, most involving wetting the pants or nether regions of anyone who comes too close to it.
Considering that getting close to a toilet is how they work, we can safely say there is plenty of toilet humor to be found in this crooked cubicle.
We know that the person who designed this set of plastic bowls is just trying to mess with us in the subtlest of ways. Our only question is, “why”? The ROYGBIV is a fact of nature – who doesn’t look forward to seeing a rainbow after a rainfall?
For messing with ROYGBIV, punishment for the designer should be that they should be made to use them in their household so that every time they see a rainbow, they know they failed with their creation. Nature is the true artist, and no amount of rebellion is acceptable.