Pictures of the evils of the year that will probably never happen to you!
If you’ve had a bad day, you probably think you’re the luckiest person on earth. We always think that our own problems are bigger and more difficult than the problems of others; But in this part of the shutter, looking at the unexpected things that have happened to other people, we will tell you that maybe you should take a deep breath and engage your mind with questions like “Why me?” do not do.
I just wanted to see what we have in the fridge!
I got off the train at the wrong station. It’s cold and scary here, and in the middle of nowhere. The next train arrives in seven hours!
Exemplary farmer … I planted these carrots myself!
My dog accidentally ate a bee! Fortunately, he is fine.
My grandma seems to have a problem with the mixer.
Yes, I am going to enjoy watching the game live to the fullest!
I wanted to have breakfast this morning when I saw that there was a prize.
The deer broke the window and entered our school in Saskatoon.
Four days after moving to Chicago
I got to work in the storm with a thousand troubles and then I realized that my boss forgot to tell me that we are closed today!
Both of these things happened to me in one day.
I sneezed while driving!
This is our chance!
How is that really possible?
It’s been a week since I bought PlayStation with all my heart; But it seems that my dog was more tasteful.
The child’s pizza was lost and spread on the ground.
I think I lost my passerby card.
Our toddler has just learned how to work with a microwave.
My father turned on his phone at night and forgot to charge it until morning.
One of them punctured my gas tank and the gasoline leaked.
This car has its sunroof open and parked exactly where it should not.
I had bought these donuts to take home; But one in my workplace was bitten by all of them.
A clinical psychologist says that the reason we think bad things always happen to us is because our expectations are high or we do not expect anything other than what should go as usual. He says practice that when you turn on the faucet, do not expect clean water, or if you have booked a hotel room, do not expect to be given a clean and ready room as soon as you arrive.
However, do not try to predict bad events and news. For example, get rid of the term “do not play until three” in this case. Finally, as cliché as this may sound, problems can be opportunities. So when you get to one of them, ask what you can learn from it.
We hope you enjoy this part of the shutter. Have you had similar experiences? What was the worst and most impossible thing that happened to you? Share your experiences with us and Zomit users.