You had one job! Hilarious images reveal blunders people made when they forgot to pay attention
We’ve all been there, you take your eye off the (proverbial) ball for just a second, and end up making a huge mistake.
Whether at work, or during downtime, you lose focus for just a second, and suddenly you’re at risk of making an error.
These hilarious snaps shared by social media users around the world, and collated into a gallery by Bored Panda feature a range of this type of blunder.
One of the images shows a grand $1.5 million floating house in Panama – that sank during the unveiling ceremony.
Meanwhile another image shows a lighter decorated with a picture of Spiderman, but the word ‘Superman’ is written across the top.
Snaps, shared by social media users around the world, and collated into a gallery by Bored Panda feature a range of funny blunders, including an article which published the ’15 best haircuts for non-binary woman’ showing the reporter clearly doesn’t understand the term non-binary
In another moment of distraction, a person from the UK ordered a melon with their groceries, only to receive a £2.40 lemon instead.
And a confusing article published the ’15 best haircuts for non-binary woman’, showing the reporter clearly doesn’t understand the term non-binary.
Here FEMAIL rounds up some of the funniest photos of mishaps…
A McDonald’s employee had to put up the flags, a seemingly simple task, however it didn’t quite go to plan
We have all had days where our brains are not running at full capacity due to stress or tiredness but to misspell school outside a school is a bad idea
While another person spotted a lighter with a picture of Spiderman on it – however Superman was written across the top
Make up your mind: This website confused some users by claiming their last name was optional only to reveal it was actually required
This person received their Taco Bell order with the salad on the outside of the taco which made things a little messy
That is not ok: Elsewhere a person, from the UK ordered a melon with their groceries – only to receive a £2.40 lemon instead
This survey would only let users continue in Spanish or Español which is of course just Spanish in Spanish
Someone forgot to add the chocolate chips before baking the cookies so they decided to place them on top afterwards
They should have double-checked: This translator spelt watermelon wrong from Arabic calling it a ‘water million’
While another person put a no parking sign in someone’s parking space – as opposed to putting it on the street