Well if that isn't a new and unexpected way to get out of a speeding ticket. Can't say we recommend trying it out, but at the very least this guy's got a story for the books. Well done, my dude.
Sometimes, all you need is a piece of life advice written on a hilarious and unsuspecting place to brighten your day. Whether it's in the supermarket or stuck to a tree, Jeff Wysaski produces the funny life hacks we all need. The creator behind the comedy websites Pleated Jeans and Obvious Plant, Jeff has been placing these entertaining posters all over town, and they're brilliant. Scroll through for a guaranteed laugh.
Life only runs smoothly for so long before we encounter a nice curveball to throw us off our game. From there, it's up to us to not give into blind rage or panic, and instead troubleshoot that dang hiccup with calm and a little brainpower. These folks certainly implemented some clever solutions in the face of irritating problems. Check out some more life pro trips to get a leg up on life over here.
It'd be nice if we were all given instruction manuals on how to life most efficiently, but we're not that lucky. Instead, we learn through experience and those good old fails. The following collection of life pro tips could help you avoid unwanted circumstances, without having to learn too late. If these life pro tips got you going, we might recommend checking out some intentionally bad life pro tips for the existential crisis that we don't advise actually trying.
Sure, there's a lot of great advice out there in the form of life pro tips. But don't be fooled by all the comically bad life pro tips with zero shame. We don't support the use of these tips, be they illegal, completely wrong or just ridiculously stupid. That said if you can't tell the difference between these and actual good advice, there may not be much hope for you.
By placing 99 working phones in one spot, this man tricked Google Maps into thinking the street is jammed and as a result to divert traffic to different routes. Only several dozens of phones are standing between you and never having to sit in traffic again (just kidding, please don't try this at home).
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