This is the question that haunts IT people everywhere, and you know that if you've ever worked in IT, know someone who works in IT, or even have ever watched a single TV show in your life.
This person could try turning it on and off again, but it would probably blow their hands off.
We've probably all dropped our phones. Many of us have probably hopelessly shattered our screens into destruction and tried to use the phone anyway, even if our thumbs were literally bleeding from scrolling through funny Facebook videos.
What did this person drop their phone into? A wood chipper? A pool full of ravenous sharks that really love Apple products? We may never know, but we can bet that those geniuses over at the Apple store had a good laugh when they brought this in.
Yeah, it was funny until your boss came home from work and wanted to know what happened. How do you explain this one? There was a leak? You tripped and fell and accidentally dropped a bunch of seeds into their keyboard? There really is no explantation.
Which is the reason that you never fess up to this one. You just pretend you have no idea what's happening as you watch the grass slowly take over the entire office. You've always liked the outdoors much more than sitting inside a stuffy office anyway. Why not bring the outdoors to you? It's the perfect master plan, especially because your boss wouldn't give you that vacation time.
You are typing on the computer and you see that it starts smoking. All of a sudden it starts to get hotter and hotter and then there comes the nasty smell. You think that there is something wrong with your computer and then you realize that there is only something wrong with you, for leaving that candle so close to your computer.
People never go in there, so why would we put on the AC in that room? This office has had two failed servers and five failed drives in two weeks and they want to know why. Why? BECAUSE YOUR EQUIPMENT IS LITERALLY IN THE 7TH LEVEL OF HELL.
Imagine it's your first day on the job and they tell you to take a look at the speakers they set up. They want to see if they set it up correctly. Do you have the heart to tell them that this is so so wrong?
Oh, the touch screen isn't working? Well, that's because this isn't a touch screen. What year were you born? Not everything is a touch screen, you know. Excuse us while we go wash every surface in our entire home.
This customer was extremely excited to open the new mouse that they just bought. Perhaps they were a little too excited. Do you think that Best Buy will take it back? I'm thinking that the answer is no.
This office wanted to know why their internet was being weird during lunch time. They paid a lot of money to get an IT person to come out and give them all the answers. The answer is, "You guys are complete idiots."