Design is meant to eliminate problems. To make our lives easier. However, that's not always the case. Even though safety should be a key component when making any type of product, sometimes it falls out of the manufacturing equation and the consumer gets a hazard instead. And something to submit to the subreddit r/DangerousDesigns.

Created in 2014, this online community now has over 140K members, constantly sharing pics of exactly what its name suggests. Whether it's a questionable architectural solution or misleading packaging, over the years they've amassed quite the collection! Continue scrolling and check out some of the most popular posts on the subreddit.

#1

Cursed_airbag

Cursed_airbag

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Jo Johannsen
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4 months ago

Man, if the airbag deploys, she's gonna be hamburger!

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#2

Was Looking For A Budget Mattress When I Saw This...

Was Looking For A Budget Mattress When I Saw This...

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Jo Johannsen
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4 months ago

1. Shouldn't have used fiberglass filler, and 2. State on the label WHY you shouldn't remove the cover.

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One of the subreddit's moderators told Bored Panda they would describe it as "light-hearted."

"Dangerous staircase designs are by far our biggest collection of content, so much so that I've had to make a rule so they can only be posted once per week," the person who chose to remain anonymous said.

"Being a non-specific image subreddit, I wouldn't say there's much of a 'community' in the traditional sense," they explained. "However, there are plenty of users who are dedicated to helping me and the other mods manage this subreddit and keep it of a higher quality than most subreddits with over 100K subscribers."

#3

Similar Design, One Can Kill And One Tastes Good

Similar Design, One Can Kill And One Tastes Good

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Iron ass
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4 months ago

Knowing me I'd ignore them both and accidentally drink something else...

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#4

Guess It’s Back To Good Ol’ Drunk Driving

Guess It’s Back To Good Ol’ Drunk Driving

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Iron ass
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4 months ago

But... What do you do if your drunk then???

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According to the law firm Carr & Carr, many products can be dangerous if the consumers dismiss their warnings and use the items incorrectly. Just consider the cleaning products available at your grocery store or the power tools you use for lawn maintenance.

"[But] when it comes to product liability lawsuits in which consumers seek compensation for harm caused by a particular product, one of the key factors is proving whether the product in question is unreasonably dangerous," Carr & Carr write on their website.

"Since there's no way to anticipate every way in which a consumer might interact with a product, it’s impossible to design and manufacture a product that is entirely free from risk. However, consumers have a right to expect that a given product is safe when used as directed for its intended purpose," Carr & Carr explain.

#5

May Have Been Posted Before But This Is Pure Insanity

May Have Been Posted Before But This Is Pure Insanity

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Aeon Flux
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4 months ago

Wow, cynical, menacing, and impractical all in one!

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#6

Hmm?

Hmm?

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Johanna
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4 months ago

This is so unpractical! Such a waste of space!

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An unreasonably dangerous product is one that poses greater risks than an ordinary user might reasonably expect when using the product as intended. "This definition makes a distinction between products that are dangerous—such as drain cleaners or chainsaws—and those that pose threats beyond their intended purpose."

"In general, drain cleaners and chainsaws are not unreasonably dangerous because most come with detailed instructions for the proper use and warnings about their risks. The unreasonable danger in product liability cases is characterized by a flaw in the product's design, manufacture or marketing," Carr & Carr note.

So which of these pictures do you think feature unreasonably dangerous designs? Upvote them and let's see!

#7

Children’s Playground In 1912

Children’s Playground In 1912

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Lilly Rose Poppy
Community Member
4 months ago

OMG THERE IS A KID FALLING IN THE LEFT! HOLY CRAP!

Aeon Flux
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4 months ago

The kid is on a swing. Look carefully.

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El muerto
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4 months ago

who ever survive graduates. fun

Catlady6000
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4 months ago

Only thing missing is the sky high metal slide. The one that caused 2nd degree burns in the summer. I miss these playgrounds. They were awesome

Wendy Lorimer
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4 months ago

We played on one with sharp bits of metals sticking out, it was our favourite play park because it felt dangerous 🤣

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Emma Cryder
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4 months ago

In the 1910s, The weak did not survive

BryanR
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4 months ago

We still had playground equipment like this, though not as tall, in the mid to late 60's and 70's

Leo Domitrix
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4 months ago

Looks like our playgrounds in the 1970s and 1980s, just a bit higher. WHEE!

Jerry Conaway
Community Member
4 months ago

You learned very quickly what manual dexterity meant. If you didn't, then you sat next to the teacher during recess.

Suzanne Haigh
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4 months ago

Bet they were great fun and kids learned what being silly and irresponsible cost

Lori Oostendorp
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4 months ago

Yeah, a broken arm, broken leg, broken neck, etc.

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Anna Banana
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4 months ago

I would've loved that as a kid!

the annoying theatre kid
Community Member
4 months ago

i saw a vox video on how more dangerous playgrounds are actually safer for kids, i don't think they were talking about this though.

Vicky Zar
Community Member
4 months ago

Safer and more educational because they learn their capabilities and limits. That's why German playgrounds are way more "dangerous" then US ones.

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Vorknkx
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4 months ago

Oooh, in my country we had similar playgrounds even in the 1990's :P

John Otruba
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4 months ago

not a thing wromg I can see except kids are not in bubble wrap

Candace Alagappan
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4 months ago

I do this with normal playgrounds and no-one stops me... Not a damn person.

Sara Diogo
Community Member
4 months ago

Contraception was very ineffective in 1912, so people found other ways....

Juris Macto
Community Member
4 months ago

Some of those children are still alive and tough as a fencepost. Survival of the fittest. Darwin would be proud

Jette Wang Wahnon
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4 months ago

Tough,sure,as if alive the youngest would be 119 years old now !

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Kat
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4 months ago

I thought I saw a kid falling, ant then noticed the kid was on a swing.

tuzdayschild
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4 months ago

If you chose to be a kid in 1912, you took your chances. And hey, if you survived this, Polio was right around the corner.

Kimberly Greenock
Community Member
4 months ago

That looks like the 1970s to me lol

Kim Bush
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4 months ago

Exactly what I thought, not much different from what I played on as a child, just a little larger in scale, but not by much.

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GenXandEarnedItAll
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4 months ago

At least they're not sitting and looking at their stupid phones.

NWB
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4 months ago

my old monkey bars at school in the 80s...was on concrete, I fell and had concussion and headaches for months...didn't even go to the hospital!

Angus Carnegie
Community Member
4 months ago

that looka awesome

Rhonda Jarmuth
Community Member
4 months ago

We had something quite similar in the 80's

lara
Community Member
4 months ago

We had a playground at my first school paved with brick, hard seat swings, jungle gym, parallel bars, monkey go round and teeter totters. No one ever go hurt. I was there in the 1st-3rd grade.

ThymeGarden
Community Member
4 months ago

Same here, except instead of brick it was asphalt. Oh, and somebody got hurt almost every day. Skinned knees and skinned elbows were so commonplace some kids didn't even get it cleaned up. If you were still bleeding when recess was over maybe you'd go to the nurse; maybe you'd hold a Kleenex on it for a while. While I was there, at least four kids fell off the high monkey bars and were carted off in an ambulance, to come back a week later with stitches or crutches and a cast. One kid never did come back. The teacher said he moved...

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Sophia Li
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4 months ago

is that child falling?

Aeon Flux
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4 months ago

Nah, he's swinging. Look closer, you can see the cords connecting to the top bar.

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Suzanne Slifer
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4 months ago

Also How Did That SKINNY Kid Get At The Intersection ? Looks Like A Total Weakling .

Julian Smith
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4 months ago

They made kids stronger back then, the ones we get now just aren't the same!

Evie Charlotte mayhew
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4 months ago

Ha ha kids go brrrrr

Community Member
4 months ago

Looks like something I'd play on :T

Virgil Blue
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4 months ago

This isn't a playground THIS IS SPARTA!

third molar
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4 months ago

I played in a similar bars too. I would never let my kids play though

AliJanx
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4 months ago

Only diff between that and what I had in the 70s is that we had sawdust on the ground to soften the land.

Vicky Zar
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4 months ago

Not that much different from ours.

Vicky Zar
Community Member
4 months ago

Look up German playgrounds. They are awesome! (Try "Kletterpyramide Spielplatz")

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Vicky Z
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4 months ago

It's a playground for future constructors dah

Jigsaw's Puzzle
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4 months ago

Looks like fun

Demi Zwaan
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4 months ago

Yeah, the new rubber tile generation really is a lot better suited for life in general...

Matt Hamilton
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4 months ago

Character building and good training for the upcoming world war

Rando
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4 months ago

So fun!!!

Randy Klefbeck
Community Member
3 months ago

Not much later, workmen were constructing hi-rise skyscrapers, (walking across 5" wide girders) without safety equipment. Someone had the bright idea after the fact, of installing a safety net while the Golden Gate bridge was being built in S.F.

Nobody
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3 months ago

I would’ve broken all my bones on the first day

Lisa Larson
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3 months ago

Back when kids were kids and playgrounds were FUN!

Elizabeth Gardner
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3 months ago

bloody dangerous and the kid on the left could be killed when he hits the ground as he is going back first

Amy Bogaski
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3 months ago

We had a park that was the place to be back in the 80’s called caber park, this thing was the biggest unsafe tree house you’d ever seen.I never had an accident but it wasn’t built under any strict codes that’s for sure. I don’t care, I’m glad to have been a part of growing up in that era. Life was exactly what it was supposed to be for kids fun, dangerous and dirty. Your parents wouldn’t worry if they didn’t se u all day, just be home by 5pm for dinner.

Ella McNulty
Community Member
4 months ago

looks dangerous but fun at the same time

Problem Child
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4 months ago

I think these is in Seattle

Anja Schmidt
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4 months ago

training for working on a skyscraper ???

Donna Rakowiecki
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4 months ago

We do that in the 60's as well there wasn't a summer where someone didn't break an arm or worse

DetongLhamo
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4 months ago

Played on similar stuff in the 1970s.

Cici Romain
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4 months ago

"what doesn't kill you..." No, forget it!

Christine M Quigley
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4 months ago

Looks like the old playgrounds in Brooklyn back in the 50's..

Just a girl in a crazy world
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4 months ago

That actually looks like a ton of fun 😐

Vermillion Ace #443
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4 months ago

I think metal slides on a hot summer day are more dangerous than what's pictured here. This looks more like future acrobat training, and some really brave kids too.

Bill Kratz
Community Member
4 months ago

And I'll bet they all had fun and nobody got hurt...good old days!

Darla Middlebrook
Community Member
4 months ago

My school's playground was like that until the 1960's. We had a few broken bones.

Jack Sheehan
Community Member
4 months ago

The good news is I lived to be 86 and took a job selling asbestos products.

Tracy Wolfe
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4 months ago

Trading kids to build skyscrapers?

Gloria Nelligan
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4 months ago

I saw boy fall off the top of a big metal slide back in the 50s. He died.

Windkissed
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4 months ago

They sure are braver than today’s kids....or am I crazy....

InfectedVoice
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4 months ago

Some of the playgrounds I remember in the 80's weren't far off this, it was a great time.

elfin
Community Member
4 months ago

Junior Darwin Awards.

Patzpie
Community Member
4 months ago

Kinda looks like the playground at my elementary school in the 60’s🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Martha Higgins
Community Member
4 months ago

There were things like this on our elementary and junior high/middle school playgrounds when I was growing up. They were a lot of fun and I can't remember there being any more accidents then than with the stuff on playgrounds now.

Daryl Lemans
Community Member
4 months ago

See now I'm wondering is he on a swing or is he falling? If you look striaght up youll see he is on a swing. OK, so there is fun but lets not get ridiculous about it.

renato Silva Leite
Community Member
4 months ago

I think the idea here is to get rid of the nasty kids running around. You see, each semester a single teacher could have two, maybe three children less to care about.

Luuta
Community Member
4 months ago

Before we went too far the other way and began keeping them on three foot leashes in padded cells

Alice Nicks Davis
Community Member
4 months ago

The kids on a swing, but it does look like that

Paige Garberding
Community Member
4 months ago

Back when child labor was a thang. Guess parents were used to losing their children to accidents like falling out of trees and barn lofts.

Marnie
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4 months ago

At least they didn't put concrete under it like they did in the 50s when my older siblings were in school. One sister fell and broke her arm so badly that the bone came through the skin.

Morgan
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4 months ago

He is swinging on the swing! Drama queen.

Susan Mercurio
Community Member
4 months ago

People weren't as squeamish (or as litigious) in 1912 as they are today. And better for it!

Manuel Antolín Baigorri
Community Member
4 months ago

No parachutes, of course.

Celtic Pirate Queen
Community Member
4 months ago

Hey, our monkey bars were over cement in the 70's. I don't recall any of them being nearly that high, but still. We splatted, not bounced.

Frances Mccloud
Community Member
4 months ago

Does anyone else see the face near ground below falling child? Creepy!!

Rachel Arteiro
Community Member
4 months ago

I am counting at least three broken arms, two ankles and multiple concussions...

Billy Maguire
Community Member
4 months ago

In my day we didn't HAVE playgrounds, we had to use real trees and derelict buildings.

Bill Culver
Community Member
4 months ago

If you wondered if boomers are tougher than the current generation just look at what we did for fun when we were kids.

Meami
Community Member
4 months ago

Yeah, and these things were always on hard surfaces.

HammerzToe
Community Member
4 months ago

Ouch! The kids in the swings look like they are have a grand time.... all of them do, until they fall that is.

Ramona Rhein
Community Member
4 months ago

This was preparation for skyline construction.

Edweirdo Contagious
Community Member
4 months ago

Imagine how strong a kid would be playing on this for a whole year?? Great upper body strength from constant monkey bars, and ladder climbing.. no fear of heights, and have keen sense of balance.. the playgrounds of today are crap by comparison to this marvel!

Rosemary Baxter
Community Member
4 months ago

Health and safety hadn’t been invented! Kids were brave and fearless in those days.

Lyone Fein
Community Member
4 months ago

Because children were not as stupid back then....

Johan Plane
Community Member
4 months ago

This is extreme sport. We who are older have all been there!

Rachel Hamrick
Community Member
4 months ago

That kid on the left in the swing...lol

Joe Phillips
Community Member
4 months ago

Life was good before the invention of generation soft

Whitney Anderson
Community Member
4 months ago

Tbh i would loveeee to have this playground as a kid

Trent Hanson
Community Member
4 months ago

Only the strongest survive

phoenix
Community Member
4 months ago

HELP THIS IS SO FUNNY TO ME

Definitely_Nate
Community Member
4 months ago

Holy s**t

Tricia Baughman
Community Member
4 months ago

Back then, kids played outside so much they had the muscles and the skills to be able to play on something like this! Nowadays, most of our kids are such couch potatoes, sitting glued to a screen playing a video game, that for them to play on something like this... it would very likely be disastrous!

Marco Conti
Community Member
4 months ago

That same playground today would need bleachers nearby for the injury attorneys and CPS workers.

Nora Mullins
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4 months ago

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Amber Vandermallie-Walker
Community Member
4 months ago

why does that whole thing actually look fun.......especially for someone that enjoys climbing things.....

Alex Hamilton
Community Member
4 months ago

Keeps the population down

Andrei Marentette
Community Member
4 months ago

this is the playground that Jigsaw built before he made his famous movies

Cathy Carey
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4 months ago

OMG! There IS a kid falling on the left!

Frank Pajea
Community Member
4 months ago

And this is how our grandparents are made to resist EVERYTHING.

Jill Tremblay
Community Member
4 months ago

Well we do wrap our kids in bubble wrap these days...

Grazer-1
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4 months ago

My local park in the 80's had a climbing frame that looked like a micro-rollercoaster; half yellow, half blue, it was one continuous length of 'ladder' that looped and curled and eventually joined up with itself again. I think I saw them in other places too (UK this is). There were ample opportunities to maim or kill yourself on one of those babies!

Zeke Henry
Community Member
4 months ago

only the toughest survived

TimesNewLogan
Community Member
4 months ago

If that's the worst thing that happened to you in the 1910s, you were doing pretty well for yourself.

CJ
Community Member
4 months ago

Only the strongest survived recess

Orionpax75
Community Member
4 months ago

Ah yes before they were pussies!!!

Sandy Kavanaugh
Community Member
4 months ago

There's also two kids on the ladder on the right, trying to pick off a smaller one who's upside down on the same ladder.

W McDonald
Community Member
4 months ago

And this is how you train for the circus!

Bubbles
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4 months ago

Number 1 most safe playground ever

Jöe FlargnBlurgn
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4 months ago

Back when people weren't pussies

XxInstantKarmaxX
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4 months ago

Apparently only the strong survived recess in 1912

Thomas Es Thomas
Community Member
4 months ago

Those aren't children. They're fire fighters in training.

Poppy Petal
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4 months ago

I don’t see anything wrong here.

PrincessTheSiameseKat
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4 months ago

only the strong will survive, the weak shall fail!

AzKhaleesi
Community Member
4 months ago

Aww the good ol' days of no safety regulations and no pussy ass kids, think about it, these kids were our (great) grandparents and let me tell you mine were bad ass. These people went on to fight in the craziest of wars and they weren't scared why? Their playground consisted of metal pipes and ladders 30 feet in the air. lol.

Aria Whitaker
Community Member
4 months ago

You may not see the "pussy ass kids" because they are busy healing in a hospital somewhere after falling off the 17 foot monkey bar contraption. This is a classic example of survivors bias...the only kids you see are the ones that are unhurt and happily playing. You may not realize that 3 kids had already broken their necks the month earlier. Were the kids that were actually harmed on this thing the "pussy ass" ones? Were they not "bad ass" enough? When you know better, you do better...we have simply done better by our kids by making their play equipment safer, nothing "pussy" about it.

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Panda with heart
Community Member
4 months ago

Looks like a great time

Susan Bosse
Community Member
4 months ago

That one kid, though!

Seabeast
Community Member
4 months ago

Survival of the fittest?

judy baker
Community Member
4 months ago

That looks like a lot of broken bones and cracked skulls.

Laura Nicole
Community Member
4 months ago

Hunger games playground

Gogubaci
Community Member
4 months ago

"if he dies, he dies"

Brandon Collinsworth
Community Member
4 months ago

I would have absolutely broken a bone on this as a kid, but I also would have loved to play on it.

Shell O
Community Member
4 months ago

This looks amazing

Community Member
4 months ago

Only the strongest will return back home

she/they and probably gay
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4 months ago

only the strongest survive.

BlackPearltheSeaWing/NightWing
Community Member
4 months ago

This is not a playground. It's one huge death trap.

Deborah B
Community Member
4 months ago

Survival of the fittest was obviously the child-rearing strategy-of-choice.

Raven Sheridan
Community Member
4 months ago

Only the strong survived recess.

Lucy
Community Member
4 months ago

Kids have no fear

soni w
Community Member
4 months ago

We had one very similar at our local park...in the 80s! Now everything is 1 foot off the ground with padding everywhere. Nice to know my grandkids have it safer than me and my kids did!

Emixx
Community Member
4 months ago

Looks fun...

elia 84631
Community Member
4 months ago

Callisthenics

Hugo A-niro
Community Member
4 months ago

Is that a kid falling ? I hope not that's a broken bone or bones for sure

Tiggy Darling
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4 months ago

Can just about see the ropes on the swing.

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Andrew Gibb
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4 months ago

from when kids were tougher- those that didn't die that is

Jaime Lloyd
Community Member
4 months ago

Kids were built tough in those days

Duncan
Community Member
4 months ago

They are so brave....or stupid

Ford MasterofDestruction
Community Member
4 months ago

American ninja warrior: The early years.

SlapShot16
Community Member
4 months ago

Who thought this was safe... probably some mother f*****g idiot

Kameryn Sinclair
Community Member
4 months ago

just one of those perfectly timed photos! just look to the bottom left corner!

Hannah Edwards
Community Member
4 months ago

Wow! That kid would go into the stratosphere if they jumped off that swing!

Raccoon Queen
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4 months ago

The poor kid caught in mid air

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#8

Seems Legit...

Seems Legit...

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Samantha PandaNotBored
Community Member
4 months ago

Please don’t tell me, that’s people there ready to use it 😳🙆🏼‍♀️

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#9

Staircase Beautified With Loose Boulders And A Broken Pelvis

Staircase Beautified With Loose Boulders And A Broken Pelvis

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Saint Thomas
Community Member
4 months ago (edited)

This one seemed so over the top I did a little reverse image search : it's an art installation by French artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot. It's called "Chorégraphie". - https://slash-paris.com/critiques/celeste-boursier-mougenot-a-la-galerie-xippas

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#10

We’ll See

We’ll See

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Iron ass
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4 months ago

Fuking nasty

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#11

Branding Is Everything

Branding Is Everything

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Jo Johannsen
Community Member
4 months ago

And the tagline... 😱

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#12

Almost Did It, Too

Almost Did It, Too

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Sum Guy
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4 months ago

Some people just want to see the world burn

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#13

Bruh

Bruh

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Sum Guy
Community Member
4 months ago

I don't see a problem here... this is perfect, if you can't get into and out of the garage, you don't deserve to drive

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#14

This Hair Bleach...

This Hair Bleach...

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

WHY

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#15

Couldn’t Get A Good Seat? Risk Your Life Trying To Watch The Game!

Couldn’t Get A Good Seat? Risk Your Life Trying To Watch The Game!

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

Noooo

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#16

I Love My Country, But Sometimes...

I Love My Country, But Sometimes...

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Jo Johannsen
Community Member
4 months ago

**zzzt**

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#17

Sorry, Wheelchair Users!

Sorry, Wheelchair Users!

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

Looks like something kids would play on

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#18

This 1930s Design Let You Hang Your Baby Over The Side Of A Building In A Cage

This 1930s Design Let You Hang Your Baby Over The Side Of A Building In A Cage

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

Oh yes genius

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#19

Almost Pulled A Michael Scott While Delivering Groceries Today

Almost Pulled A Michael Scott While Delivering Groceries Today

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Johanna
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4 months ago

This is somewhat cool.

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#20

This 1955 Device For Smoking A Whole Packet Of Cigarettes At Once

This 1955 Device For Smoking A Whole Packet Of Cigarettes At Once

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

wHY-

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#21

I Mean The Potential Is There

I Mean The Potential Is There

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

Oh

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#22

Warning Label Inside A Helmet I Received When We Rented 4-Wheelers

Warning Label Inside A Helmet I Received When We Rented 4-Wheelers

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Sum Guy
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4 months ago

Report the renters

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#23

The Cannonball Loop Waterslide, A Slide So Dangerous It Was Shutdown Almost Immediately After Opening

The Cannonball Loop Waterslide, A Slide So Dangerous It Was Shutdown Almost Immediately After Opening

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

Not surprised

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#24

Every Chair In This Resort Fits Through The Deck, And The Majority Of People Who Stay Here Are Seniors

Every Chair In This Resort Fits Through The Deck, And The Majority Of People Who Stay Here Are Seniors

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Jo Johannsen
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4 months ago

Instead of Whack-A-Mole, we play Dump-A-Senior.

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#25

Step Out Of A Bathtub Down A Flight Of Stairs, Anyone?

Step Out Of A Bathtub Down A Flight Of Stairs, Anyone?

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Iron ass
Community Member
4 months ago

Seen quite a few if these sadly

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#26

This Architect Accidentally Built A Death Ray That Melts Cars And Fries Eggs... Again

This Architect Accidentally Built A Death Ray That Melts Cars And Fries Eggs... Again