Most of the time everything goes according to plan, but sometimes the plan just doesn't make any sense, and sometimes someone just
Shomebody shucks at shpelling, shee? Sho shilly.
Someone must have been wrong; but was it the sidewalk guy or the parking lot guy?? Some things we just may never know.
**ssscccccrrrrappeeee** is the sound you'll hear every morning and night when you go up and down your driveway.
We built this sidewalk for people to look at, not for walking!
It looks like he didn't even break, so maybe the cement saved his life by slowing him down.
What purpose does it have in this world anymore??
Well, now you know where then next big pothole is going to be. At least it will be covered with a shovel!
Ah yes, if we paint this arrow right into these pillars, bikers will not be able to bike here anymore! Muahahaha!
Apparently no one stopped to think at any point during the early days of this city that having a train run down main street could cause some issues for people...
This is either a useless garage or a really poorly hidden secret entrance.
Even the fine looking gentleman here can identify a mistake when he sees one.
Actually, this is so messed up that if you just drive anywhere on here, chances are good that you're between SOME pair of lines, so you're fine.
And on the left, the sign says to turn right. Logic.
Because obviously these ramps are for vehicles that drive on rails.
People are going to take one look at the giant pothole in front of them and swerve to avoid it, only further causing accidents. No one will just slow down and drive over those humongous things... Belgium is a whole other problem.
Because these plants obviously need a safe place to cross the road without getting run over!
They just painted right over that thing there, didn't they?
How could you have crashed into it, I pointed it out with that arrow and everything!!
All they wanted to do was look at the stars for once, and it was just their luck that it was cloudy today.
Fortunately, this was just a prank. Boy would someone be in trouble if that really happened.
Get into a bunch of reflective gear and go stand around some dug up piles of dirt, and everyone starts to think you're a construction worker!
Construction comes with some serious risks, for instance theres a .01% chance that your arms will turn into pipes every day! This work isn't for everyone.