ife hacks are supposed to make your life better. They're supposed to simplify everyday tasks by eliminating unnecessary steps. The best life hacks are easy, helpful, and make you go, why didn't I think of that?
These are definitely not that. In fact, they're the most hilariously impractical "life hacks" we could find.
This woman decided her bathroom sink was not enough.
It was too ordinary, too trite. What it needed was flair — in other words, seashells. Lots and lots of seashells.
This genius tried to make the world's first scooter-cycle.
We can only imagine cruising down the street on this three-wheeled abomination, only to end up catapulting headfirst into the neighborhood garbage bin.
We have SOO many questions about this one...
Is it a door or a table? If it’s a door — does it actually open? If it’s a table, why would you put a door on it?
When someone has a LOT of time on their hands and no sense of style.
Here we have a classic example of “but why?”
The lamp looks like it used to be cute … once upon a time. It might have even had aspirations of being glamorous. Then our
not-so-handy hacker came and spackled it with twigs.
Maybe they were going for rural chic?
This one is so impractical, we have no words.
Actually, we do. For all that time and effort, you could have literally gone to Walmart and bought a cotton candy maker. Or you could have just ordered one on Amazon.
Also, if $40 dollars for a machine that repurposes sugar is too expensive for your blood, you could just as easily stroll down to the gas station and buy a bag of cotton candy. For a dollar.