Rules are not for everyone. This person probably took the phrase “rules are meant to be broken” too seriously. We’re not going to deny that they put some effort into breaking the rules, and they came out successful, but they did have to unfold the whole bottom for their plan to succeed.
The worst part is they cannot even see the happy face made by the smiling slice of apple and two whole apples serving as eyes. Now, it just looks like carton is frowning as they slurp on their drink – we’re not surprised. Anarchists aren’t usually a favorite.
The Toothbrush Rebels
Who would have known that toothbrushes do not make a good replacement for dominoes? The person who went to elaborate lengths to set all these toothbrushes up would know. We’re guessing that the whole point of the experiment was not to see if toothbrushes could substitute dominoes but rather aimed at something more aesthetically pleasing.
Well, we are not pleased. If only that rebellious toothbrush could clean up his act and get his behavior in line, then we would be treated to the most aesthetic image of toothbrushes ever seen.
Sometimes, gravity is on our sides – like when we want to put some ketchup onto a hamburger, and we have just opened the bottle. Sometimes, it is not. Like when we go rock climbing, skydiving, swimming, and of course, in this case. There is no one to blame except for gravity, but that doesn’t mean the odd packet of seeds thrown into a vertical position doesn’t drive us crazy.
Let’s just hope an employee spots the odd one out before a perfectionist customer walks past – it will certainly ruin that customer’s day.
Is this what happens when you are the unpopular sausage? You’re forced to sleep head to toe while the other sausages can have a nice close cuddle. Maybe this is what happens when employees packaging sausages have no taste for aesthetics or believe that time management is more important than a good-looking package.
If the customer did purchase this trio of sausages with the outcasted sausage, our guess is that the outcasted sausage is on a thin rope – its time before the frying pan is limited.
We’re guessing that this global cookies and crackers company will not be impressed seeing this image. It is certainly not going to be used in the next advertising campaign unless they are targeting rebels, anarchists, non-conformists, and dadaism enthusiasts.
Only individuals who have an inbuilt non-conformity gene would find this line of cookies and crackers with one audaciously-flipped package as remotely amusing. They would probably be adamant about it being modern art. It would be in the company’s best interests to make sure this photo stays at a safe distance from perfectionists.