25 Designs That Are So Bad They Should Get An Award.
A subreddit called "Crappy Design" shines an embarrassing light on a series of seemingly normal designs that aren't really all that perfect. From big screw-ups to small ones, these designers proved that nobody's perfect. In fact, as you scroll down through each of these designs, you'll be scratching your head and wondering how or even why on Earth anyone was even allowed to come up with them. These designs are so impractical that it's virtually impossible not to judge. But fair warning, once you see some of the worst design fails ever, you may never recover from the shock and disappointment.
#1. This might seem like a screen capture of a scene from a television crime drama but it's not.
Believe it or not; there was no actual homicide committed in this bedroom. The bedspread is rose themed. But as bad as red roses look, we imagine that a brown color would have been even worse.
#2. You have to make sure that you've bought good quality when picking out this type of bar stool.
Otherwise, you'll have to breathe deeply as you get run through. This photo is so cringeworthy. We dread to think what would have happened if someone had been sitting on it when this occurred.
#3. Tradition is one of the reasons why Americans stick to the imperial system instead of the metric system.
It doesn't matter if something is better. Some societies are set in their own way, and it could take centuries to embrace a completely different concept. But logical or not, people are just used to it.
#4. The design on this bread bag makes it seem like the bread slices themselves are covered in mold.
The company that's trying to sell the bread will soon find out that no one will want to buy your bread. But if you buy it and put it in the work fridge, none of your co-workers will try stealing your lunch again. That's for sure!
#5. Employees at Jimmy John's learned a valuable lesson after this perfectly harmless misunderstanding.
People should start writing in caps. Who knew that writing BLT with cheese in lowercase letters would come off like an insult? Thankfully, the customer wasn't angry after the manager cleared things up.
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