George Dillman was out there claiming that he could knock people out without ever touching them. Whoah.
These liars just keep coming out of the woodwork. For whatever reason, a ton of people that use the internet have convinced themselves that other folks don't know any better when it comes to fact checking. On top of that, some of these lies are just plain lousy. Fortunately, we have our fair share of people who are ready to shine the light of truth on all the fabricated nonsense.
Man oh man, sometimes the brain takes a lunch break, and a true fail presents itself. Take for instance, this soldier who microwaved a can of Chef Boyardee (with the lid on), on an active military base. Naturally, the resulting mess created a nice eruption of chaos, given the environment.
Usually embarrassing unmuted moments like this come from when someone is badmouthing the CEO, but this person was just being weird while eating food. Hopefully things end up okay. Sometimes we get ourselves into some embarrassing ad stupid situations, like this guy who thought a date was a job interview.
Man oh man, this Karen was on one. Sounds like she was running around the neighborhood meddling in everyone's affairs, and bringing all kinds of negative chaos to the otherwise peaceful neighborhood. Well, eventually Karen took it too far. She shouldn't have messed with those orchards. Fast forward, and she ended up being fined, going bankrupt, and having to sell her property. Ouch.
Work in any field long enough and you'll see your fair share of wonderfully unprofessional "not my job" moments. There's slides that go right off buildings, misspelled signs and extremely lazy line painting, just to name a few. It makes you feel good about yourself to see people's majestically incompetent "not my job" moments.
Sometimes the days you don't remember are the best ones. Not because anything particularly good happened, but because a strange and specific mishap did not happen. You can never be too sure of what mess large or small will be just over the horizon, but if one thing is for sure, it's that misfortune puts things in perspective.
It's a tale as old as time. Someone wants a thing but says they don't want it, it gets sold, and their own entitlement convinces them that they've been somehow screwed out of a sure thing. For another dumb buyer not understanding what they're doing and getting mean about it, here's a delusional buyer in need of a cheap car rejecting a 3K civic.
Maybe the task is too difficult, or maybe you're just too difficult. "Not my job" moments encapsulate how the laziest among us deal with problems. These "solutions" may be majestically incompetent and ridiculously unprofessional "not my job" reactions to a hard task, but we can't say we haven't done similar things at some time in our lives.
Man, bad parking has a way of bringing one's blood to a boil. It's the perfect combination of entitlement and carelessness. People just pull in and take up two, three, maybe more spots, cause they couldn't be bothered to consider the likelihood that other human beings would indeed like to use those parking spots. One parking spot per car, it's not that hard.
Enjoy this fresh batch of people that tried to do one thing, and met failure in the end. As May chugs along, it's fun to remind ourselves that nobody is safe from failing at a moment's notice, and we can find comfort in forgetting about our own fails, by enjoying other people's.
Ah, yes, we've assembled a hot and bothered batch of times that people went full Karen. Sometimes, folks just decide to approach otherwise peaceful processes like grocery shopping, or eating at a restaurant, with a severe sense of entitlement, and puzzling frustration over things not going exactly as they want.
Check out some more Karen drama with this story about the time that Karen made a neighborhood miserable, got fined, and ended up going bankrupt.