These pictures are why I have trust issues…
Previously: 21 of the Worst Construction Fails of All Time
Clearly there has been a mix up. Someone somewhere is going to open a bag of dog food only to have a pizzeria thrust upon them.
I still can’t see what’s in that box… how can you tell it’s dog food?
The only difference (besides the open pizza box) between the before and after is the addition of the dog.
The point is that the kitchen did not turn into a pizzeria.
The others I see but the Dr. Pepper ‘Ten’ was clear about the fact that they’re full of lies. I guess calling themselves Dr. Pepper Twenty was just too horrific to consider.
With regard to the Dr Pepper it clearly states that there are 20 calories per bottle- 10 of which are bold. Its Dr science y’all.
If you actually read the dr. pepper one it states 10 calories per 8 fl. oz., since it is 20 oz. bottle, it is actually 25 calories per bottle!
The Dr. Pepper bottle says 10 calories per 8 fluid ounces, there are more than 8 fluid ounces in a bottle. The math is still slightly off, but they can’t be accused of lying. All the information is there on the bottle.
The reason why there’s extra space at the bottom of the cup noodles is for the noodles to cook. If the whole thing was filled with noodles, it wouldn’t cook properly and the water would over-flow.
You think someone would do that, just go on the internet and spread lies?
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