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This Online Community Shares Pics Of Products That Make Its Members Say “I Need It” (50 Pics)

The subreddit r/INEEEEDIT has a pretty bold introduction. Its moderators call this online community the home to the coolest products on the internet. But once you start scrolling through its content, you realize it’s kinda accurate, too.

From cute and simple (a mop that looks like a dog) to intricate and rare (a 16th-century ring that turns into an astronomical sphere), the sub has a little bit of everything. And whether you’d actually use these items or not doesn’t even matter. You’d just love to have them.

Continue scrolling and check out some of the most upvoted posts on r/INEEEEDIT!

#1 16th Century Ring That Turns Into An Astronomical Sphere

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Even though the subreddit has grown quite a bit since its creation in 2017 and now unites 564K members, nobody on the mod team looks after it regularly. Nobody, except u/abrownn. But despite the time it takes to tidy up r/INEEEEDIT, the Reddit user found a few minutes to answer a few of our questions.

“Unconventional but utilitarian things or high-quality/craftsman-style items do the best here,” the moderator told Bored Panda and showed this straw, clock, and coffee table as prime examples.

“They are all things that already exist in other forms but they’re modified, unique, utilitarian, etc. Useless garbage items may get lots of upvotes because of the ‘cool factor’, but they’re usually eviscerated in the comments as they should be (overengineered, useless, dangerous, plastic crap, etc.).”

#2 This T Shirt

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#3 All The Hooks And Shelves You Need

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To learn more about design for another piece I did a few months ago, I contacted Nicole Phillips, who has been working in the design industry since 2005 and has a background in fine arts and advertising. Phillips specializes in logo design, branding, and package design for food & beverage, beauty, health, and interior design clients, and for each project, her work is unique and never linear.

“The design process requires research, experimentation, and even a bit of psychology,” Phillips then told Bored Panda. “When I feel frustrated with the process, I remind myself to take a step back, have fun and play. It’s those moments of play and experimentation that usually create the best results, but it’s those hours of research that help build the foundation for the final result.”

“My clients are not paying me for my time, they are paying me for my many years of experience, so if I am able to complete the design process in 5 hours rather than 5 weeks, this is a sign of my years of experience and knowledge, this is valuable,” she added.

#4 Skylight Reimagined

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#5 This Dice Roller

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#6 Julius Cesar Pencil Holder

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Trying to determine whether or not a particular design is good, many turn to Dieter Rams and his ’10 commandments.’ According to Rams, good design is innovative, makes a product useful, is aesthetic, makes a product understandable, is unobtrusive, is honest, is long-lasting, is thorough down to the last detail, is environmentally friendly, and involves as little design as possible.

Nicole Phillips agrees with the German design legend.

“Good design includes a good balance of function, form, and fun,” Phillips said. “The user shouldn’t have to try too hard to get what they need from the design. Good design isn’t just aesthetics, it should communicate well and push boundaries a bit. Good design solves problems.”

To paraphrase Don Draper from Mad Men, it’s simple but significant.

#7 This Yoda Bookend That Looks Like Yoda Is Holding The Books Up With The Force

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#8 Noise-Cancelling Dog House That Can Keep Your Pup Calm During Fireworks And Thunderstorms (A Prototype By Ford, Using Technology Created For High-End Vehicles)

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#9 These Cards

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Coming back to the sub, u/abrownn said its members aren’t really much of a community. “Posts that aren’t guerilla ads are rare which means there isn’t much r/INEEEEDIT culture to speak of, more broadly it’s plain ‘Reddit culture’ here, same with most big image-based subreddits.”

It’s not that easy to turn r/INEEEEDIT around, either. “The top mod sold his account and the subreddit several times and we’re currently held hostage by their account that’s still squatting but seemingly abandoned Reddit (it’s been almost 2 years with zero activity),” u/abrownn explained.

“After the mods ‘admonished’ them for doing so last time (they lied to the mods, we caught them soliciting the sale of the account several times on Discord and they threatened another mod who caught them doing so with a GIF of them firing a gun blindly on their property in real life), I’m the only one who checks in on the sub and cleans up the garbage, approves posts, etc. now, no other mod checks in. It’s a little stressful knowing that he could very well come back and boot us all again and sell the sub.”

However you feel about this online thriller, you have to admit that it’s quite impressive that a single person can curate all of this content and keep it so engaging.

#10 Awesome Black Out Curtains

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#11 Animal-Saving Escape Ramp For Pools. This Could Be Extremely Important For Any Animal That Could Drown In Someone’s Pool

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#12 I Think Planetary Chocolates Would Make A Great Christmas Gift

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#13 A “Book Nook” Alleyway

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#14 Home Theater Bunker

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#15 House Key

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#16 This Flash Drive That Shows How Full It Is

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#17 This Star Wars Fish Tank

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#18 Lord Of The Rings One Ring Firepit

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#19 These Dog-Themed Playing Cards

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#20 It Shows You What Colour Bin To Put Outside Your House

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#21 This Bed

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#22 A Mop That Looks Like One Of Those Dogs That Look Like A Mop

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#23 Nightmare Bed

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#24 A Charger That Sits Flat When Using So That You Don’t Bend And Break It

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#25 Rook Tower Pack-Away Chess Set

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#26 Eraser That “Transforms” Into Mount Fuji After Use

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#27 Alternative Slide To Stairs

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#28 Toothbrush Holder That Drains Into The Sink

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#29 These Loch Ness Monster Soup Ladles

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#30 This 3D Moon Lamp

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#31 I Need This Lazy Susan Fridge!

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#32 A Clock Clock

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#33 This Candle Which Makes A New Candle From Its Melted Wax

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#34 3-D Printed Faucet

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#35 This Purse

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#36 This Charging Chord Designed To Eliminate Unnecessary Slack

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#37 Sometimes The Simplest Ideas Are The Best Ones

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#38 This Wooden Robot Drinks Cabinet

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#39 Katana Earbuds

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#40 Office Swings

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#41 These Are Waterproof Socks

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#42 Adorable Penguin Egg Cooker

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#43 A Transparent Padlock To Learn How To Lockpick

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#44 Not Clean, Not Needing Washing Basket

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#45 This Inception Coffee Table

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#46 This Phone Throne

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#47 Remote Controlled Steampunk R2d2

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#48 Wooden Lamp That Looks Like It’s Burning

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#49 Radioactive Drop Nightlight

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#50 This Light

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‘That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming’: 40 Architecture Examples That Look So Bad, People Just Had To Shame Them

Some buildings will absolutely fascinate you with their stunning designs, genius architectural decisions, and the sheer power of their aesthetics. This article isn’t about these kinds of buildings, however. Nope! Not all buildings are made equal, you see, and the ‘bad’ ones need to be shamed publicly so that others don’t copy their designs. So we’ll be focusing exclusively on just plain terrible architectural decisions.

And the worst of the worst end up on the ‘That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming’ Facebook group where users mercilessly prod and poke bad design. It’s fun, it’s educational, it’s something cool to scroll through during your next coffee break. 

Remember to upvote your fave photos that you love to hate and be sure to follow the architecture-shaming Facebook group if you like their stuff. They’re a growing community with awesome content.

Bored Panda spoke about what separates good and bad design, the need to democratize the access to quirky private property designs, as well as about the roles that architecture plays with an expert in the field from Sweden who has a background in urban planning. You’ll find our full interview with her below.

#1 I Dunno, Slim Doesn’t Seem To Be Digging This Situation

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#2 I Do Not Give A Damn How Well It’s Cantilevered Or How Strong The Struts Are. I Do Not Have The Kind Of Luck It Would Take To Set Foot In This House

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#3 This Pillar Was Straight Last Week. This Is The First Floor Of A Seven-Floor Building

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The Sweden-based urban planning expert explained to Bored Panda that while public spaces must meet safety and accessibility standards, aesthetic standards can be much more fluid for buildings. The expert spoke to Bored Panda on the condition that she remain anonymous. (Remember, just because you’re an expert in something and want to be helpful doesn’t mean that you always like the limelight… unlike quirky architecture which just begs you to look at it!)

“Most of the time, the elements of the built environment should be in harmony amidst each other and with the surroundings. However, sometimes, something bolder and out-of-the-box might form an engaging contrast,” she said. However, the urban planning expert shared with Bored Panda that, in her personal opinion, our built environments have to engage us, as well as stimulate our minds and senses. In fact, she believes that architecture’s ability to make us think is one of its most powerful aspects.

#4 The Cactus Is *chef’s Kiss

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#5 This Is Not Photoshopped

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#6 Opera And Ballet Theatre Of Cheboksary (Russia)

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“There are circumstances where the architecture should create a sense of calmness and safety, yet there are instances in which it is not bad if the architecture provokes us and makes us think, ‘Why don’t I like the look of this building?’”

The urban planner said that we should give people the freedom to express themselves as they wish when it comes to designing their private property. As long as they have the means, nearly everything is allowed, in her opinion.

#7 That Gives Me Anxiety

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#8 I Might Like This If Those Were Slides

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#9 A Friend Of Mine Cross-Posted This And It Made Me Think Of Y’all

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“Quirky architecture comes from our innate desire to demonstrate our uniqueness. However, not everyone who has the means has an average taste for aesthetics. Yet, as long as it is for the people who inhabit or use their private space, I mean why not?” she told Bored Panda that as long as you’re not actively harming anyone else with how bad your designs are, you should be able to be as unique as you want. Even if it falls short of objective aesthetic standards.

#10 This Looks Like A Place A Villain Would Live

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#11 Who Remembers Those Gerbil Enclosures That Look Like This?

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#12 I’ll Meet Your Brutalism, And Raise You This

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However, the expert acknowledged that others in the industry might not see things the way that she does. Others, she said, believe that private property must be in harmony with the surroundings.

“But, I think that we should not cross that thin line where architecture becomes reserved for only the wealthy and for those with ‘good taste’ (whoever decides that). I’m only talking about private property here, though. When it comes to public space, there should be a consensus between the public and the professional about the design,” she said that the rules for the private and public spheres are very different.

#13 Art Nouveau On Psychedelics

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#14 Um… What Is This?

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#15 “Sharkitecture”

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The urban planning expert also had some advice when it comes to design. “Firstly, even though I often advocate for unconventionally looking buildings, I do not encourage purposefully provocative architecture. The building should be designed with the intention to accommodate and protect society. It should create a sense of safety but not be boring,” she told Bored Panda that we ought to strike a balance between uniqueness and service, expression and community.

#16 A House I Used To Drive Past In A Little Iowa Town. All I Ever Heard From Locals Was That This Place Had A Terrible Leaking Problem When It Rained

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#17 Toilet-Shaped House (Named Haewoojae), Built By Sim Jae-Duck, The Chairman Of The Organizing Committee Of The Inaugural General Assembly Of The World Toilet Association

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#18 I Wonder Who Thought This Would Be A Good Idea

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What’s more, the expert from Sweden pointed out that accessibility, inclusiveness, and empowerment should also be key features of any architectural project. “Also, I prefer somewhat complex but systemic designs. Minimalistic and box like floor plans are good in some cases where easy access is necessary (for example, hospitals) yet they can be completely mind-numbing while more complex floor plan designs are more mind-stimulating (for example, good for schools, in my opinion).”

#19 The “Snail House” In Bulgaria Actually Does Look Like A Snail

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#20 You Too Can Have Your Own White Castle

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#21 I Will Haunt Your Dreams! Residential Building In Belgium

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At the time of writing, the ‘That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming’ community had 64.1k members. However, it’s growing so rapidly, that by the time you’re reading this, dear Pandas, that number could be much, much higher. Just in the last week alone, the group grew by over 7.3k members. And they’ve made upwards of a thousand posts in the last month.

#22 Interesting Concept

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#23 I Think Syndrome From The Incredibles Lived Here

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#24 Can We All Just Take A Moment And Acknowledge That Prince Produced Some Great Music, But He Lived In A Water Treatment Station

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Because of this fast growth and the issues that came with it, the administrator of the ‘Architecture Shaming’ group, Oregon-based Matthew Brühn, addressed the community and the changes that took place in April. In short, the rules are much more structured now.

#25 Bangkok’s Elephant Building. The Tusks Are A Bowling Alley In My Imagination

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#26 This Is Plane Awesome

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#27 They Drew The Line At A Fountain In The Kitchen

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Matthew pointed out that the admins have been getting tired of the “massive influx of negativity” that came with more and more members joining the community. While the admin expressed his admiration for how wonderful many members are, he also noted that the group will start filtering out overly-aggressive posts.

#28 Why?

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#29 Saw This On A Walk Today. A Table Lamp, In A Glass Box, Hanging From The Roof Of A Carport

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#30 Spotted This Gem In Tel Aviv

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“Don’t take it personally; we’re just trying to create an atmosphere where we can all have fun and be kind. There’s now the equivalent of a small city of us all here now, so that will be more difficult,” Matthew pointed out. He added that mentions of politics and religion will be deleted while all potential new members have to answer some questions before they get in. Which, at the end of the day, leads to a friendlier and happier community that, we’re sure, plenty of you Pandas will want to join.

#31 Surrealist Neighborhood

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#32 This Building Has My City In A Uproar

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#33 Forbidden Waffle In Santiago

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#34 The Glorious Flower Of Communist Brutalism That Is The Former Central Post Office In Skopje, Macedonia. Some People Want It Preserved

#35 This Place Is All Curb Appeal

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#36 Please Don’t Take It Too Seriously, Just A Surprised House

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#37 Kind Of Reminds Me Of A Church (Granted, A Strange One) But It’s Actually A House With A 6,000 Sq. Ft. Garage… And Its Own Car Wash

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#38 I’ve Been Looking At Homes Trying To Get Ideas For When We Move In A Few Years And I Came Across A House That Was Perfect In Every Way Except One

What in the ever living fudge is this – one pass thru is ‘eh, but this one has three-at different levels plus the added detriment of the worlds worst architectural detailing around it. Please someone else tell me that you hate this as much as I do. I know it’s probably more interior design but it’s just so ugly.

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#40 Car Dealership Trying For More Of A Classy Look!

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50 Times Common Sense Went Over The Heads Of These Interior Designers (New Pics)

Good design is about finding the delicate yet pleasing balance between form and function. Though a lot depends on what you want to get done, a good rule of thumb is to keep your designs simple, so that they’re easily understood, practical, and aesthetic. But some people throw the rulebook out the window into the dumpster. And then they wing it.

Even though bad home interior designs are something you should practice social distancing from, you can’t deny that they can be hilarious… as long as it’s not your home we’re talking about! Bored Panda wanted to make you laugh and feel better about having to stay in your lovely home during the lockdown, so we’re bringing you the funniest, most facepalm-worthy interior design fails that prove common sense is actually quite rare.

Are you in the mood for some more horrendous examples of design? Well, once you’re done scrolling through this list and upvoting your fave horrible design pics, we invite you to check out earlier posts about design fails here, here, and here.

#1 Steps That You Can’t See

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#2 Up The Drain It Goes

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#3 My Uncle’s House Got A Bathroom Without A Door, Literally The First Thing You See When You Enter The House

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Designer Dieter Rams is one of the world’s brightest experts when it comes to design that’s done well. Back in the 1970s, he said that the world was full of “an impenetrable confusion of forms, colors, and noises” and then went on to create his 10 principles for good design. In our opinion, he expressed timeless rules that are as important now as they were back then.

For Rams, good design has to be innovative but also useful. It can’t sacrifice form or function for one or the other: it has to be a blend of both. If a product is self-explanatory, even better! That goes for designs everywhere—if something is over-designed, it can create confusion.

#4 My Friend’s Under-The-Stairs “Bathroom” Where The Toilet Is Diagonal And Partially Installed Into The Carpeted Wall

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#5 Can’t Stop Thinking About This Sink

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#6 Kitchen Made By A Sofa Maker

Similarly, Rams argues that good design is honest, long-lasting, friendly to the environment, has a shelf life longer than current trends, and does away with non-essentials. In short, aim for purity. Show the essence of the design. Do away with what’s unnecessary. More is less.

However, we’re not the only ones who think that bad designs can be a lot of fun (and not just a warning about what to avoid doing). The founders of the Ugly Design Instagram page, Jonas Nyffenegger and Sébastien Mathys, told Bored Panda in an earlier interview that bad designs jump out at people from the screen and grab their attention.

#7 Imagine Having To Scrub Or Clean It

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#8 At Least You Don’t Have To Reach For It

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#9 New Kitchen Style

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What’s more, atrocious designs also keep on surprising people. Just when you think you’ve reached the bottom of the (Un)Aesthetic Abyss, you realize that it was just the tip of the Iceberg of Bad Taste. What’s more, the founders pointed out that the world would be a very boring place if everything looked tasteful and nice.

#10 I Almost Fell Down And Rolled My Ankle On This

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#11 Why Is There Wood Separating The Hallway In Half

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#12 All It Needs Is A Jukebox And A Soda Fountain

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#13 My Parents Have A Bathroom With Carpet That Goes Up The Bathtub Walls. Bonus Points For The Terrible Wallpaper

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#14 The Almighty Toilet Throne

#15 I Think My Stairs Fit Here

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#16 Who Says Crown Molding Is Overdone?

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#17 This Bathroom Covered In Carpet

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#18 It’s Not A Mirror, It’s A Doorway

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#19 Middle Class Fridge. Lower Class Aesthetic

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#20 Yup, The Fridge Fit Boss

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#21 This Single Square Inch Of Raised Carpet Complete With Lining

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#22 I Can Just Imagine The Whole House Shaking Like Crazy

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#23 Today My Mom Hit Her Toe With This And Was Bleeding. I Hate This Kitchen So Much

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#24 My Friend Just Finished A Kitchen Remodel

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#25 This Shower Has Blinds Instead Of Curtains

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#26 A Shower Designed To Be As Hard To Stand In As Possible

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#27 Imagine Trying To Piss While Drunk

#28 These Stairs Leading To A Bedroom Loft

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#29 Wash Your Hands You Animals

#30 This “Form Over Function” Kitchen In My Apartment

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#31 My Grandma’s Bathroom

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#32 Why: 1. They Put In A Sliding Door To A Bedroom. 2. They Placed Curtains On The Outside Of It. 3. They Also Placed The Lock On The Outside

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#33 The Bathroom Door Of The New Place My Girlfriend And I Just Moved Into. I Was Sat At The Dining Table When I Took This

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#34 Toilet Room Design

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#35 Prayers For The Contractor Who Had To Call These Homeowners And Explain They Needed A Second Set Of Front Doors Because. Math

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#36 Clean Entrance

#37 Neck Pain And A Head Injury Anyone?

#38 This Staircase Bathroom

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#39 Why Is The Big Face Bleeding, Why The Monkey, Just Why

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#40 Is It Possible To Change This?

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#41 The Queen’s Seat

#42 Social Distancing Looking A Lot Like Being Married For 10+ Years

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#43 This Throne Room

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#44 8000 Magic Cards Covering 39m²

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#45 This Entire Kitchen’s Counters And Backsplash Are Covered With This “Faux Mold” Tile

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#46 Imagine Being A Firefighter And Entering A Dark Smoke-Filled House From The Outside Through This Window

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#47 The Raised Cutout Of This Ceiling Doesn’t Allow The Fan To Suck In Any Air

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#48 How Would Any Of This Work

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#49 Creativity

#50 These Tiles That Are Designed Pre-Worn And Dirty

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Chicken Leg Socks Are A Thing And They Look Hilarious (19 Pics)

We’ve all heard the ‘why did the chicken cross the road’ jokes hundreds if not thousands of times. Well, now you can actually look like a chicken when you cross the street.

With Halloween fast approaching (it’s less than two months away!), people are already picking out the costumes they’re going to wear this year. Which is why TheFound created a pair of clucking impressive socks just for the occasion. It’s something for bird-lovers and fowl-admirers to wear at their upcoming Halloween galas.

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Why did the chicken cross the road?

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To get these awesome chicken socks!

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While I personally have never wanted to dress and look like poultry (my favorite animals are wolves, eagles, sea otters, and dragons), I’m sure that there are plenty of people out there who think chickens are cool.

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Because we’re on the topic of chicks, here are some fun and unexpected facts about them! Do you know how many chickens live in the world? Take a guess. Yeah, well done, you were pretty close. The Smithsonian Magazine states that there are 25 billion chickens worldwide. That’s just around three chickens for each person alive today. Which, when I put it that way, doesn’t sound like a lot at all. I’d name my chickens Huey, Dewey and Louie, what about you?

These socks make your legs look a chicken’s

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Boop!

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While we’re all used to thinking that chickens can’t fly, that’s not entirely true. They can fly high enough to get over a fence or to fly up a tree. Which is far more than I’ve achieved flapping my arms at the office just now.

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There are more times more chickens living on Earth than people

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Chickens are omnivores, just like people. Sure, they’ll eat seeds. But they’ll also eat insects, lizards, and rodents — in fact, its diet is very similar to the fearsome carnivorous ‘werewolf’ grasshopper mouse that howls at the moon and has a thirst for blood like a parched vampire.

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These socks are great for Halloween or Christmas parties

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Baby chickens are called chicks, while female chickens are known as pullets. When they’re old enough to lay eggs, we start calling them hens. Meanwhile, male chickens are known as roosters or cockerels.

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Also, did you know that female chicken biology is amazing? After hens become romantically involved with several roosters, they can choose which bird’s DNA they want to keep inside of them. This means they can always choose the strongest bird to father their fluffy offspring. What do you think of the chicken socks? Would you wear a pair yourself or gift them to a friend? What’s your favorite bird? Drop us a line down below.

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Apparently, Embroidery Tattoos Are A Thing And It Looks Cooler Than It Sounds (30 Pics)

Two art forms, both involving the use of needles, but seemingly worlds apart. But no more. Embroidery, a classical art that you are more likely to associate with your grandma, has combined with the tattoo scene to create beautiful, folky designs that are both unique and traditional at the same time.

The results speak for themselves. The rich, textured designs look like the ink has been sewn into the skin, and take on an almost 3D appearance as they ‘pop’ out at you. Many designs are a contemporary take on a timeless technique, with a series of tiny x’s combining to form a bigger picture.

What do you think? Would you consider getting a tattoo like this? Scroll down to check out Bored Panda’s list for inspiration, and let us know what you think in the comments!

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