Crayons are an innocent thing that is meant to bring joy to children and adults alike. This misprint, however, will make colorblind individuals extremely unhappy. Drawings will certainly become more interesting if four different “yellows” are unknowingly used and we will get the chance to see the sun drawn in colors which we have never seen used before.
We’re not sure whether whoever is responsible for this misprint has something against yellow or if they are simply trying to promote color equality.
Missed a Step
We don’t know who was responsible for filling this candy machine, but we are going to go out on a limb and guess they were new to the job and more than a little distracted.
Maybe the instructions just stated that you must open the machine, remove the lid, and put the candy in. But even if it is not specified that you should open the big packages and pour in the little treats, their common sense should have kicked in. We hope people notice that nothing is going to come out before they put their money in.
This Indecision’s Bugging Me
If you finish your shopping and are confronted by this door on the way to your car, you may feel overwhelmed. Do you enter or not enter? Are you trapped here forever? We don’t know if this mistake was caused by bad design, a careless worker, or a raving sadist, but it has left us with a well of indecision. We say just enter.
If anyone hassles you about it, just point to the sign and say that you were following directions. They won’t be able to argue with that!
Taking a Wrong Dip
All in all, this is a pretty good gag. Dipping the wrong end of the cone in the chocolate ensures two things: you can’t hold this tasty treat without chocolate melting all over your fingers, and you're bound to get disappointed when you open the packaging and see that white ice cream which was left uncovered.
This is something that could ruin someone’s cheat day. We don’t know if we should applaud the saboteur or be angry at them.
Whoever painted these sidewalks must have decided to have a little fun that day by designing an obstacle course for bike riders. Otherwise, they should have thought more before sending bikers riding straight into a line of metal poles.
This is clearly an accident waiting to happen! Luckily, the sidewalk is wide enough for riders from both directions to cycle at once. (As long as they have quick reflexes and manage to swerve before impact)