Turns out that geography was not a very popular subject in school. At least judging by the fact that the designer, printer, and distributor of these shirts never noticed that the name under the continent was incorrect. It just goes to show, most of us are really not smarter than a fifth-grader.
Some double-checking would have saved time, money, and embarrassment. Although admittedly both continents start with an A, which might make fixing the shirts slightly easier.
This grocery store is named Compare Foods, which we assume means that they want you to compare the quality and price of their foods with that of their competitors. What we don’t think they intended was for employees to hold food standoffs, in which one type of food is compared to another.
Although, if that was the concept they were going with, it seems strange to compare watermelon and corn. They would start with something simpler which is used as an expression all the time –comparing apples and oranges.
Stay Out of the Bike Lane
This sign achieves something pretty amazing; it defies its own instructions! The sign reads “give cyclists space”, which is a great sentiment, unfortunately, it completely undermines that statement by being positioned in the middle of the bike lane.
We have no idea what they were thinking when they put it up and dangerously blocked the bike lane, forcing bikers to swerve into the lane used by cars. Luckily, the cart has wheels, which makes this absurd situation easily rectified.
The Evils of Consumerism
When people walk by this ad, they may see it as a commentary on consumerism. Everyone these days owns too many clothes, and we don’t really need more things in our closet, as clearly shown by this mannequin who is not wearing anything. Plus, it also encourages body positivity.
We don’t need anything more than the body we were born with. Both ideas are nice, but our guess is that an unreliable employee took off the previous week’s dress and forgot to replace it with a new one.
Place Price Tag Where?
The instructions for where the price tag should be on this product couldn’t be clearer. This employee was quite obviously sick of box labels being the boss of him and decided to take a walk on the wild side. He was going to put the price tag wherever he pleased, and nobody could stop him.
Not sure what his employers think of this obvious rebellion, but we believe that if all of us aired out our frustrations in a similar peaceful way, the world would probably be a much better and calmer place.