This guy left the pad for the day, styling a modern baggy-style striped ensemble with ’80s DayGlo orange shorts and an electric orange and white stripe tee. He topped it off with a sparkling white cap, and he finished it with white sneakers. In any other setting, it is a flashy fashion statement. As it is, his digs are causing drivers to confuse him with a traffic cone.
It was a funny coincidence that someone photographed this scene through the car windshield! At this intersection, he could pass for a construction worker. At the very least, he already has a construction-themed Halloween costume lined up.
Two in One
This red van wanted to keep things spicy and interesting and did not want to choose the regular paint job. He decided that having a black car design on his existing car would make him unique. Lucky for him, no other car on the road looks like this van.
Also, his wife was sick and tired of her friends showing up in their new Corvets and Jaguars, so he decided to surprise her and give her the car of her dreams. After this, she will either have to think of something new to complain about or, alternatively, file for divorce.
These adults made their own version of "baby on board." Instead of car signs saying children or babies are on board, they wanted to highlight adults, too. After all, they're the ones driving the car! Good on them for including adults in the picture.
Yes, we understand that when a child is involved in an accident, it hurts ten times more; however, did you ever think about it seriously? If the adults pay attention to the road and drive carefully, the odds of the baby getting involved in an incident on the road will drop significantly. We need more stickers like this!
The Yellow Cement Road
"The Wizard of Oz" is a well-loved classic, and one can't help but think of the yellow brick road when looking at the picture. The guy didn't notice that he spilled golden liquid all over the street. This looks like a job for the wizard! If only he could magically go back in time.
The mayor of this town should take advantage of the situation. If Halloween were just around the corner, or any other holiday that required dressing up was coming up, Oz would have to be the theme, and the guy responsible for this would get his fine canceled. The council would make enough money from traders that day.
A Game of Jenga
This truck looks like a vehicle version of Jenga. How did they manage to stack this many chairs and tables? It looks like it could topple over any minute! Luckily, the wheels are still hanging strong despite the massive load. Now, having said that, we still haven't managed to work out what was going on here.
Does this truck belong to a second-hand furniture dealer? Are these the personal belongings of some guy who was too cheap to book a professional mover to take his stuff to his new apartment instead of asking Larry from the office to give him a hand because he owed him a favor?