This feels like a school building, doesn't it? Yeah, it looks like it. If that's the case, then the staircase leading up to a wall is not the right symbolism to encourage kids to invest more time in their education. Hopefully this was some sort of school project, because finding out these stairs were placed here by children who don't know any better is the only acceptable excuse for how this could have possibly happened.
Never, ever suggest the idea of poop on your food or beverage. Even if the product in question will help the customer to "detox." Do it subtly, do it beautifully and don't do it with a woman squatting over a mountain of what looks like poop. No. Seriously. This had to have gone through so many departments and get okay-ed by so many people. How did not a single one of them go, "Hmmm... I think we can probably do better here."
Kids will try anything, you might say. But really, what parent wants to see their child coming out of an elephant's ass? They already had to watch them come out of one hole. The last thing they need is to see them come out of the wrong one, from a different species. And that poor elephant. Plopping one kid out is hard enough. Imagine doing it hundreds of times each day. Ouch. That's animal cruelty if I've ever seen it.
If you squint, you'll notice the finer print which reads "under 13" but that's not what we see first, is it? This ad is an invitation to fill the restaurant with an unpleasant smell. You can just imagine the parents loading their kids with beans a week in advance just so they can prove their kids have enough gas to eat for free. When it comes to advertising, whoever came up with this truly stinks.
This is not such a fail now, is it? Come on, if there's a fire, all you need to do is bend the iron rails to open the box and get the hydrant. That shouldn't take too long. After all, this must be at a facility for super heroes, right? I mean, they wouldn't have possibly screwed up and placed this in a building filled with mere mortals whose safety is at risk with this type of design... right?
Okay, so almost every woman on the planet gets paranoid 5 days out of every month of the year that a blood stain will show through their clothes. That's the worst nightmare scenario for most of us, in case you guys were wondering. And now, this woman comes along and sports the nightmare version through a dress. The dress is confusing enough, but what's truly perplexing is this lady thought it looked great. Some women are puzzling.
Look, it's not like kids need a whole lot of nudging to quit school. If this guy's telling them to quit school then they'll quit, damn it. He looks like he's got things together. Look at that jawline. Look at those muscles. You can't teach that in a classroom. Heck, even if it was a picture of an ocelot, the kid's would heed it's advice. Like I said, kids don't need a lot of convincing to want to stay home and play video games instead of learn geometry or whatever.
Everyone has their version of what's adorable and what's not. However, it's safe to say that some things are universal. Like the affirmation that this toy is bloody creepy. Who would make this for a kid? What kind of a childhood did the designer of this doll have?
"Ah, yes. This is so cute. I would have loved to have been able to cuddle up to this in the crawl space my parents forced me to live in for 30 years."
Clearly, the designer who designed this bathroom has no boundary issues. Or maybe this designer was a woman who wanted to make men feel uncomfortable about peeing in a public toilet. Guys don't need to go in a stall if they don't want to but now maybe they'll want to. Scale back their male privilege just a bit. Maybe this isn't a fail at all, but a small attack on the patriarchy. Real recognize real, girl.
I guess the designer was really annoyed by whoever the owner of the house was. "It's how it's being done!" the designer must have said before contemplating using the thing for himself. Imagine the firemen that will inevitably get called on the scene here. Do you charge the designer as malicious enough to implement this death trap, or blame the idiot dumb enough to use it, thinking everything would be fine? Besides the firemen, there are no heroes in this story.
Really, why even bother with doors? Why not let everyone do their business al fresco? Clearly, this is a waste of material. And why does it look sunlit in there? Did they also add a huge window to this bathroom? Was the designer some sort of nudist that can't understand modern society's hang ups with not wanting to watch strangers defecate? I guess we're all just a bunch of prudes, huh? But this ain't the way to get us to loosen up.
Umm. I guess the designer has really bad hygiene issues? How else would you explain this one? Honestly, while most people see this as a fail, people with obsessive-compulsive disorders see this as a blessing. Imagine getting to take a light stroll as you wash your hands over and over again. The condition is terrible, but at least there's suddenly more selection in it. Just trying to find the bright side of this sad world of terrible designers.
You know, getting our car into the garage can be tricky. But getting it inside this garage is tricky on a whole other level. Literally! And once you figure out how to park your vehicle in that space, whatever you do, don't back it out! At least not until we get the pulley system up and running again. Then again, maybe I'm just being ridiculous. Clearly, this is a picture from the distant future where we finally (finally!) have flying cars. How else would you explain this?
Welcome to the playground of the future. Where designers can go crazy with their slide ideas even if it means putting kids in danger. So innovative. Here, there are no sides to the slide, so the kids an go flying off at any moment. Also, there's a speed bump at the bottom, so they can either slam into it or bounce and catch some serious air time. And for no reason whatsoever, we'll make it look like a cross between a tongue and a tooth, just to terrify as it tortures. Have fun, you adorable little scamps!
You know, leggings are annoying and transparent enough. So wearing leggings that make you look like you're wearing no pants is redundant. Just wear normal pants, damn it! Hell, at this point, you might as well wear no pants at all. It'll be the exact same effect, and actually be less troubling. You see someone with no pants, you at least sort of know what they're thinking. See someone wearing these... your guess is as good as anyone's.