We all have our clueless moments. Our brains can't be running at full capacity every minute of every day, now can they? Sure, I've thrown away my phone when I meant to throw away a receipt, and I've walked into a room and completely forgot the reason why I went in there in the first place. You can't say you haven't done it. I'm willing to bet that even Albert Einstein had some pretty embarrassingly stupid moments, because he was human, after all. And all humans are stupid sometimes. That's just a fact. Now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's take a look at some really, really dumb human moments. These people do not have a clue just how dumb they're being, but fortunately, someone was there to capture these glorious moments on camera.
Just like how this woman wasn't able to capture the moment on camera. God bless the elderly and their off/on relationship with technology. As in, "You need to turn it ON and OFF, Grandma!" After this photo was taken, this Olympics fan was awarded a gold medal. For failing.
And now Steph will have to use that credit card to buy a new computer. Assuming that the CD drive didn't tear it to shreds. I feel bad for Steph. She's going to have a hard life with that level of common sense. Hopefully she's pretty.
This maze was way too easy. And there are paths of squares in the upper and lower right side not even connected to the rest of the maze!
I don't want to criticize people for being bad at their jobs, but this maze creator really phoned it in on this one. I wouldn't be surprised if he got fired after this disaster. I guess it doesn't really matter, because I freaking crushed this maze! Suck it, maze guy!
To be fair, Dad is asking a very reasonable question. Where is the store that exclusively specializes in chicken casserole supplies? And also to be fair, he ended up getting the answer he needed. So maybe he had the right idea all along.
Of course, the "#" sign existed for years, but served no purpose. Then someone decided to invent a reason for the "#" to exist, and Twitter was born. Now when an automated system prompts the user to hit the "pound" key, teenagers are all like, "Whaatttt?"
The household broke into sheer pandemonium for about 15 minutes until some kind Facebook user informed the dog owner that those are, in fact, nipples. When told that Charlie has nipples, his owner immediately took action. And bought Charlie a bra.
And then another dumb teacher told Matthew that the sun doesn't really revolve around the earth. Man, teachers are idiots! How did the teacher get this job anyway if they don't even know what a sun is!?
There was so much finger pointing after 9/11, yet somehow nobody was pointing fingers at the Chinese...even though they're, like, in the future! On second thought, so is Australia, all of Asia, and all of Europe...