When astronaut Alan Shepard sat atop the Redstone rocket, waiting to be launched into space, reporters asked him what he was thinking about. His reply? "The fact that every part of this ship was built by the low bidder." Here are some additional products that also appear to have been built by the lowest bidder. They'll leave you scratching your head and wondering, who thought this was a good idea?
Like this coffee mug:
First of all, this coffee mug is basically impossible to drink out of, thanks to the giant hole in the center of the Batman design.
Secondly, this mug wouldn’t even hold that much liquid.
This is the coffee mug that no one deserves or needs right now.
Or this fire alarm system:
It traps the hand of whoever pulls the alarm.
What could possibly go wrong? What’s that? Everything? Oh. Right.
This person's kitchen is a literal nightmare:
Open the fridge to open the stove, move the trash can to open the drawer…
This is the worst Rube Goldberg device I’ve ever seen in my life.
This device takes three batteries, one screwdriver, and the rest of your life:
It’s moments like this when you ask yourself, “Do I really need this toy to light up?”
Honestly? It’s probably not worth it.
This elevator lists the floors in alphabetical order:
I have only one question for this elevator. WHY?!
Oddly enough, this isn’t even the worst elevator on the list…