To be fair, math isn’t an easy thing. Numbers get jumbled and everything can get confusing. But if you’re going to put something out on display for the public, maybe bust out the calculator from time to time…
I guess “I’m Lovin’ It” doesn’t apply to math.
Via: Math Fail
One of the most common questions is, “So, what do you do?” Most of us have a standard answer about our profession, but there are some people who have jobs that you might not even know existed.
It just goes to show that you can make a living doing something bizarre and outside of the box that you might never have even heard of!
Need proof? Ask the professional pogo stick rider and nautical cowboys in this Reddit thread.
Wolverine for Lay's
We are often drawn into the hypnotic nature of your clever bullseye logo — going in for one item and coming out with three bags full of goods — but there are times that you completely miss the mark.
I’m not sure boys will find what they’re looking for here…
Although you probably don’t give the names and logos of your favorite brands very much thought, the companies behind the brand names usually have a method to their madness — and the proof is in the numbers.
Chanel No. 5
The final product was the fifth fragrance produced that CoCo Chanel chose, the launch date was the fifth of May, and Marilyn Monroe said she “slept in the nude — except for five drops of Chanel No. 5.”
I'm not sure boys will find what they're looking for here...
Target created quite a stir recently when it announced that it would remove gender-based signage in its toy, home and entertainment (not, however, clothes) departments.
When Andy Donaldson was looking for a house in 2013, he couldn’t believe how awful some of the property pictures were, so much so that he decided to start a Tumblr account and collect pictures from around the world.
The site went viral that September and has had million visits to date, with the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and Australia providing most of the visitors.
Donaldson, a senior digital manager, insisted all the photos are genuine and from real property sites, from South Africa to Kazakhstan. He added that among his biggest fans are estate agents themselves.
“Reaction from estate agents has been universally positive,” he said, “and many of them have featured the blog on their own sites as an illustration of how not to do it.”
And if they needed more proof, here you go…