If you have a favorite shirt that has gotten wet, repeat after us: Do not use the microwave. Put the shirt in a clothes dryer like all the rest of your laundry. Microwaves and dryers use vastly different methods to warm things up, and if you don’t know the difference you can end up with a shirt that looks like this one.
It looks a little cool, but we bet the person who owns the shirt doesn’t exactly agree with us. He probably wanted to just dry the single shirt off without starting up the dryer, but he didn’t know what he was getting into. Amazing that the burn marks are exactly in the same spots on either side. Maybe it’s how he folded it.
Saving Some for Later
Everybody’s eyes are on the prices of gas these days. We’re thrilled when it drops a few pennies and aggravated when it climbs the same amount. We’re sure that plenty of people have wondered about filling up when the price is low and getting a little extra for later, but it usually doesn’t work out that well.
You see, gasoline only actually lasts – as in, can be used to fuel a vehicle – for about six months. After that, it can’t be used anymore. So while this guy might think that he’s being clever by filling up a couple of trash cans with fuel, he’s more likely just going to be making a mess as it sloshes out into the bed of his truck.
Trying to Protect Her Phone
Most of us have some kind of protector on our phones these days since they can shatter into a million pieces from one wrong move. Some just have the tough cases around them, while some also spring for a screen protector to give themselves even more defense. This woman, as far as we can tell, mistook the plastic that covers her screen protector as the actual screen protector.
While it seems as if this has helped to protect the screen, it’s also made it really hard to actually see what’s going on whenever she wants to check her apps. This has probably sent a shiver down the spine of anybody who likes a nice, fresh phone, but it’s simple enough to fix.
Try the Print Screen Function Next Time
Technology has, for the most part, made our lives a whole lot easier. We can talk to friends whenever we want, share pictures of our food, conduct business on the go, and so much more. Still, that doesn’t mean they are perfect. You can’t just have your magical space device do whatever you want whenever you want.
Somebody apparently tried to copy the image that was on the screen, but they didn’t realize that it wouldn’t work for whatever reason. Most likely it’s because the iPad’s screen went dark before it could be copied, but it might also be made in a way that makes this tactic useless for the whole. We know you can copy phones, but it won’t always work.
How Are We Supposed to Get Clothes Back Out?
Ah, closets. We’ve been using them for hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years, and they’re honestly quite the simple innovation: there are some doors. You open the doors to find a small area where you can put things. Then you close the doors. There, that’s a closet.
How can you possibly mess that up? Let’s ask the people who put together the subject of this picture. You might not realize it, but a closet that opens inward means the amount of stuff you can put inside it has been knocked down to about ten percent of the space that it has. Lunch break is over, guys, you need to fix that immediately.