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27 People Who Hired Workers and Regretted It Bitterly

Doing something well on the first attempt is good but also boring! The people from today’s compilation are completely sure of that because they don’t care about their work too much. This is why we have introverted traffic lights, painted ice and other funny things all around us.

Bright Side has found 26 examples of people’s work that weren’t too thought out. And at the end of the article, there is a bonus photo that will show you what happens when you accurately plan things.

“This $1 million-dollar San Francisco loft has a diagonal support beam that cuts through the middle of the kitchen.”

VIP spot

Was this designed?

Super duct tape is in the city.

When you decide to save some money and hire a cheaper builder:

“I can’t even think of a good reason why...”

“This monstrosity at my friend’s house”

Introverted traffic light

It could have been worse!

" ’It’s going to be alright,’ they said. ’Pay it forward,’ they said."

Which floor is this?

It wasn’t supposed to happen.

We wonder what this beam is made of.

“I’m by no means an architect, but I think this might not work.”

“Road is finished, boss!”

“Just installed the air!”

This water fountain is sandwiched between 2 buildings. Brilliant!

When you realize that something is wrong too late:

At least the road trip won’t be boring!

This photo can be used as a torture device.

And so can this...

This is painted ice. Now you’ve seen everything!

When you do all you can to hide the fact that you have no idea what a bicycle looks like:

The person who did this is not getting the Builder-of-the-Year Award.

When the construction crew loves Tetris too much:

“Fan is installed, boss!”

Bonus: Here’s some entertainment for children in a hospital. If you stand at both ends of the pipe, you can use it as a phone!

Has anything like this ever happened to you? Tell us in the comment section below!

Preview photo credit vps2007 / pikabu
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