Not the kind of picture we expected to see on this list, but here we are. Having to transport a vehicle when it doesn’t work presents a strange problem, and this is… certainly one of the many solutions. However, we’re sure all the other people on the road that day would have appreciated some more things keeping the smaller car in place.
There might be some straps we aren’t seeing, but it seems like this car is just hanging out in the back with nothing to keep it inside. There’s no way that pad underneath it is secured in any way. How did the car even get back there? It becomes more confusing and dangerous the more we look at it. Hopefully, nobody is inside.
How Did It Get Inside?
There are few things as wonderful and simple in life as seeing that a package you’ve been expecting has arrived in your mailbox. There are, in the same way, few things as crushing as realizing that something like this has happened. How did this even occur? Who would do such a thing? Did the mail carrier or package carrier put it through a different opening in the back?
We’ve seen a dozen examples of packages that aren’t anywhere near the size of the mailbox being left on the ground because the delivery person was too lazy to bother. But this box, bearing the exact same dimensions as the package, is stuffed to the brim? Somebody wanted to go the distance, but it was in the wrong direction.
Something to Avoid
Hey, did you know that gasoline is, like, super dangerous? It can start a fire! That means if you spilled a big puddle of it on the ground or on your car, all that heat and energy that is rushing through your car every second that it’s active could make for a bad time. There’s also the fact that gasoline can really damage the paint and body of your car, so you want to avoid what this lady is doing as much as possible.
We don’t know this lady, but we’ll be kind and say that she just happened to trigger the pump while pulling it out of her car, and she isn’t just spraying her car on purpose. We’ve all done that at least once. Right?
No, You Can’t Have Your Saw Back
Building a deck is a big project. It takes a lot of work, a lot of supplies, and a lot of time. There are tons of moving parts to figure out, and the power tools are just one part of the whole adventure. Unfortunately, this power tool looks like it’s become a permanent part of the adventure. It’s a little tough to see, but the cord for the saw lying in the grass goes THROUGH the slats of the deck.
If the people responsible for this are lucky, they’ll be able to find a way to slip the cord through the small openings. They will have to be very lucky, however, since those gaps look mighty narrow. If they’re unlucky, they’ll either have to cut the cord or take the deck apart, depending on which will be easiest or cheapest.
Moments Before Disaster
Anybody with a tiny bit of science knowledge knows what’s going to happen here. Mentos and Diet Coke create a chemical reaction that will fill the surrounding area with sticky, exploded soda. It’s the kind of thing that kids do in the backyard, where they’re allowed to make a mess, and it’s the kind of thing you don’t do in a small, enclosed space.
It’s especially the kind of thing that you don’t do while you’re inside a plane of all places. Just...don’t do it. We don’t know if that’s even enough materials to create a big soda burst, but we wouldn’t even want to try it. The person who took this pic knew what he or she was getting into but hopefully made a wise choice.