You bring home a new table and unpack the box. You then take a look at all the bits and pieces laying on your floor. A white piece of paper catches your attention. Pfft, you think to yourself, I can do this on my own. Fast forward a few beers and headaches, and your table has become a chair. And a flimsy one at that. You admit defeat. You open the instructions manual. But after turning a few pages, you become even more frustrated: the drawings are terrible. They're more confusing than helpful. What should you do now? Take a picture of the awful guide and submit it to the subreddit r/RestOfTheF**kingOwl, of course.
Inspired by this legendary comic, its members are showing off tutorials and diagrams with a comical lack of depth. They accept YouTube videos, photos, and gifs, and have developed quite a taste for the vague and puzzling. Not to mention, they're also well-versed in satire.
Below are some of the subreddit's top posts. Enjoy!
Draw The Rest Of The Rose
"If I'm reading the instructions correctly, after 3 glasses of wine the bookshelf assembles itself."