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16 Times People Have Absolutely No Idea What They’re Doing

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Personally, I see myself as an organized person. Everything has to be neat and clean. Not that I have OCD, but I can’t bear sitting in an untidy room. People who have OCD take this much more seriously. For them, there always is a proper way to do anything. And everything that goes a bit out of control must be rearranged. They become very subtle to even the slightest change, and they cannot help but “fix” it until it’s “alright.”

Living with people who have OCD may be a bit stressful as they’re all very detailed. But at least, they clearly know what they’re doing. Much better than the people in the pictures below. It’s impossible to understand what’s going on in their minds. There’s not only one way to do a thing, but it doesn’t mean you can do it whatever you want. The pictures below will be sure to trigger your inner OCD if you have any. Stick to the manuals if you’re not so sure how to do a thing, or you may end up like these people. Now, scroll down to check them out and have some good laughs.

#1 “I do it myself”

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#2 Looks comfortable

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#3 A thinker?

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#4 This is what traffic cones mean

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#5 That stain…

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#6 This is even possible?

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#7 They better read the manuals first

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#8 IKEA is out to get you

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#9 He traps himself

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#10 How on earth?

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#11 Why did that?

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#12 He should have read the manual before using them

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#13 If that’s a wheelchair someone’s trying to paint

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#14 This looks reliable

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#15 Well done, tho

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#16 Are you sure?

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