Sometimes we get so used to everyday life, it becomes hard to imagine that things can be different. But they can. Whether it’s out car getting scratched in the parking lot or our poop splashing in a public toilet so loud, everyone knows what we’re doing, if there’s a problem, there’s a solution. has collected a list of genius ideas that have the potential to make some our day-to-day struggles go away, and while you, in particular, might not benefit from all of them, you’ll still probably appreciate the effort that went into making them a reality.
There’s always the extra mile we can go for others.
‘Ask For Angela’ is a relatively new campaign designed to reduce sexual abuse on nights out. It originated in a pub in Lincolnshire, England, in 2016 and since then, it has received worldwide attention and has been adopted by bars and clubs across the globe.
Sometimes the most supportive words are no words at all.
The rope pulls included within the design allows those with upper body mobility to swing themselves independently.
Everyone wants to drive until it’s time to park in a cramped corner.
The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development and Tennessee State Parks have partnered to install “color blind” viewfinders at five state park locations across the state. In total, there are 11 of them installed in Tennessee.
Swiping the card at a sensor gives its holder an extra 3 to 13 seconds to walk across, depending on the size of the crossing.
If some are already 3D-printing houses, surely we can apply this technology broader.
You don’t have to be a germaphobe to appreciate this. Believe me, I’ve seen some sh*t.
For the complete antisocial experience, bring earphones.
But can I eat them raw? You know, ’cause I’m savage.
Or a Dungeons and Dragons dungeon creator. You decide!
Other industries could try this as well!
As of January 2009, 350 million cubes had been sold worldwide making it the world’s top-selling puzzle game.
Great for covering mice holes, too!
Less is more.
All I need now is a plane ticket and a map of Sweden itself so I can go shopping in this supermarket!
No petting, no taunting, no questionable treats, perfect!
The design, partly inspired by Alice in Wonderland, took more than 400 tiles to create.
Because air is free!
Way better than crawling on your needs and spying on people’s legs!
To help customers navigate this new shopping experience, the vending machines will feature a 22″ multi-touch screen, displaying high-resolution images with expansive product information and more.
They should probably build a height sign, saying you can’t be taller than “THIS” to use the gun because I definitely know one or two adults who would spend their Sunday afternoon there.
Teacher: “Hey, where are you going? The lesson has just started!” Student *shows card*.
You know, if you ever had any.
And you can play mini volleyball when two parking lots next to each other are empty!
All you need now is a cane, a top hat, and a pair of goggles!
This pizzeria is located in Prague, Czech Republic. According to the person who took this photo, “it’s literally above the metro station of Chodov on the Red/C line!” If you still can’t find it, just look for a sign that has a hotdog on it and says “Pizza.” Ye, we know.
Commenting on this picture, some Redditors remembered having the same setup in their Home Economics cooking classes all the way back in the 80s!
Reportedly, this test “track” is located in a Leguanos store that sells the so-called barefoot shoes, really bendy shoes that supposedly make you feel like you’re barefoot.