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10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

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It sometimes seems that most manufacturers have no idea what ordinary people look like and how they live. For example, some tourist buses are obviously made for hobbits. Otherwise, why would they have so little space for legs?

Bright Side got to the root of the problem: manufacturers do see us differently, and here are 10 comic strips to confirm it.

Here's what a person should look like to fit a many-leveled burger into their mouth.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

Girls who want to open a screw-top jar should think about pumping their arms.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

Duvet covers are a complete mystery: you can only fit them right the first time if you have abnormally long arms.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

Women as seen by designers of short-sleeved fur coats.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

Even a virtuoso pianist won't be able to type correctly on a smartphone. The fingers need to look like this.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

Big phones require big palms, otherwise you'd have to hold them with both hands.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

Even a person standing behind has a hard time zipping such a dress. If you try it yourself, you'll need arms like this.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

There's a bit of a hobbit in every one of us for tourist bus manufacturers.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

Our feet as seen by footwear designers.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us

These seem to be the people who inspire designers of store clothes.

10 Hilariously Truthful Comic Strips About How Manufacturers See Us
Illustrated by Astkhik Rakimova for Bright Side
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