No one ever wants to have a smash-up when they’re out on the road. Still, sometimes accidents happen and cars will take damage. You could go to an auto repair shop and shell out big bucks to get your car back into pristine condition, or you could use an aux cord to keep everything together as this person did.
We’re sure that it works just as well as trained professionals who have been fixing and rebuilding cars for years or even decades. The only downside we can think of is if you want to play music then you’ll have to get another aux cord. Those things are worth the money.
Having Fun With Aluminum
There are many creative uses for aluminum foil and this is not one of them. Some may say this is a fun way to use the foil, however, we can't see how that can be considered fun.
Why would anyone wrap it in various shapes and use it for some improvised artistic modeling? Or why cut it up into various shapes or cover an entire room with it and create a light show? These things should be illegal.
Bended and Extended
Who would’ve thought an innocent plastic clock could create such a predicament? No chance of moving it, we’ll just have to bend the pipe around it. You can’t even call this laziness, because surely it would’ve taken more time and effort to bend the pipe than simply move the clock!
This has us wondering, why would anyone go so far just to maintain the precise position of their timepiece?
No No No for DIY Christmas Cards
When posing for a Christmas card you may wear an ugly sweater, you may dress up as Santa, you may even use bad special effects.
What you may not do is dress your wife and possibly underage daughters in t-shirts that say Ho.
It's Not Like You Need to Actually Look Inside
Most microwaves have handles that you use to crack them open so you can bring out your ramen or veggies. Sometimes that handle can snap off, and then what? This person decided the best solution would be to take a shower handle – the kind of thing you can attach to the tiles in the shower via suction cups, and attach it to the front window of the microwave.
It works exactly the same way, it's just in a slightly different place. We wouldn't be surprised if this is the kind of fix that sticks around for a while. This shouldn't have happened.