They really have a point...
Have you ever noticed the obvious flaws in the designs of things we use every day? You know, like how toasters aren’t the right size or spoons should really be deeper, or how about the social media algorithms that make you miss your friend’s birthday? Yeah, we all have those pet peeves. But get ready to have a few more.
The people of Reddit are sharing the obvious flaws in beloved products, plans, laws, and more so you can be even more frustrated with modern life!
Do you know what is the biggest thing hurting national parks? Popularity. The Public degrades and pollutes these parks like crazy. (Ironlord456)
Not a specific item, but almost everything we buy is wrapped in at least one layer of unnecessary plastic. (nightswingset)
That feeling when you buy scissors that come in turtleshell plastic. (JulienBrightside)
What’s the point?
Cell phones becoming so thin that they break easily. So you buy a bulky case. Thus negating the the feature of it being thin. (arcelohim)