Successful construction for the visually impaired (39 Photos)

Let’s face it, construction isn’t for everybody.

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    • Hello

      You are an inspiration buckaroo

      • lawler

        or annoying


      your mother wears army boots

  • Thud

    Would be handy for my wife's cooking

    • D-Hole

      Get it? Because Thud's a dickhead!

    • gnocco

      this is what i think of when people tell me they have a studio apartment in NYC.

  • Tiber_Septim

    #37 got to be in russia

    • Michele

      Someone must really want to keep out the fatties.

  • The Bandit

    #4…fastest way out in case of fire

  • Arod529

    #38 Should'a had a Fire Hydrant

  • MonkeyMadness

    #1 I'm sure it looked cool at first, but after living there for more than one day, it's got to be annoying as hell.

  • sparkleamato

    In case of fire: #4 and #5

  • Simon

    #6 Might've just had a projector on the ceiling at some point. I've got sockets high on the walls where there used to be powered surrounds. Now tablets and phones swing there when charging.

    • TioChan

      I remember seeing these sockets in Sweden, always on or near the ceiling. They use them to plug ceiling lamps, it's actually a pretty good idea…

      • Perkins Maxwell

        or, you could, you know, actually install the lamp and plaster over. No cords! Not difficult!

  • Cabinet Guy

    #17 Isn't entirely a fail. Cabinets are shipped with the pulls on the inside of the drawers so they don't poke through the shipping box and cause damage to other units. You are supposed to remove the screws and re install the pulls properly.

    • Gilmourw

      I was getting ready to make the same comment. I install cabinets for a living, and I see this almost every day.

      • ba12348

        Where the heck are you guys that the pulls actually come WITH the cabinets?!

        • testudo321

          Nowhere near IKEA furniture….

        • Smitty

          Most "Mid-Range" cabinets that are bought retail "RTI," or ready to install, come with hardware installed so it doesn't get lost and backwards so it doesn't get damaged.

          Custom cabinet installs are the ones where you have to pick out the hardware yourself.

          Cabinet guy is right, not entirely a fail, just shows that the installer was a bit lazy for not "flipping" the hardware.

    • Mitch

      huh, learned something today

  • p1ll

    #1 is pure evil to us party folks

  • Diana

    So hilarious, nice pics, nice laugh about

  • Snarky Snarkerson

    #16 I can see how this one went as I've hung folding doors like that and it's a pain in the ass. Husband: "Well, how's it look? Oh no,what have I done!" Wife: "You'd better fix this!" Husband: "Screw that. Let's just move."

  • via

    It's too early for confusing posts like these.

  • Tony

    Kinda like that elevator where the floor drops out video?

  • aklivin

    Hey chive you should set up a 50 state chivette distress call starting with the AK and run through'em. The results, I assume should be great!

  • Jeff Anderson

    #36 A Plumbing We Will Go

    • testudo321

      The flow of electricity !

  • Do0zer

    #22 Not entirely sure this is a 100% fail. I'm assuming this is a construction of a new allotment. These posts are usually temporary and removed after new posts are put in or underground wiring is completed.


    #27 old school vasectomy

  • Deedle

    Thanks Obama

  • tv_paul

    #15 A glory hole that didn't swallow.

  • Andrew

    #1 No more tilting your couch to get it through the door. Genius!

  • echogeo

    Right in the middle of my morning constitutional too.

  • Euroranger

    #15 Plumber must have slept through class the day they discussed bidets.

  • Arid

    #18 Is this the PHC in Best, Netherlands?

    • Gsu

      its a college in New York, SUNY New Paltz. they're normally regular length but drunk people break them almost daily

  • ba12348

    #12 Change the bottom door to "Boys" and you get an epic bathroom.

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