Ignorant! These hilarious online blunders will make you feel better about your own mistakes
- Sometimes people share completely ignorant thoughts online that stem from confusion
- It leads to some bizarre photos and posts being shared on social media
- One person thought Dwayne Johnson and The Rock were two different people
- Gallery collected by 24/7 mirror shared some of the worst Clueless posts
We all have our silly moments, but with so many people living their lives online, there’s a big risk that your blunder will be exposed to the world.
A gallery collected by 24/7 mirror reveals a myriad of ridiculous statements from people from all over the world that are now sadly on the internet forever.
One person thought that Dwayne Johnson and The Rock were two separate people, while another woman from the US thought that Labor Day is a celebration of women who have given birth.
Here, FEMAIL shares some of the worst ignorant posts and decisions to make you feel better about yourself…
Duh! One person thought Dwayne Johnson and the Rock were two separate people. In reality, The Rock is just Dwayne Johnson’s nickname
Grain offender: An unwitting UK diner was stunned after he put a snack bar in milk and expected it to dissolve into a delicious breakfast
Frozen reception! A customer asked their cake decorator to write ‘Happy Birthday’ on two cakes, but they took things too literally
Oh baby! The American Labor Movement may have something to say about this
That was not a good idea! It’s very sweet to get matching inks with your boyfriend but unless the two of you are always together the tattoos don’t make sense
oh dear! Another blunder was made by someone who thought a turtle was a turtle, not realizing that the animal cannot swim. They threw it into a potentially very inhospitable environment, completely unaware
Overdo it! In reality, the ‘GMO egg’ is just one that has been overcooked
Ironic! Someone decided to write a damning message about foreign people coming to live in the US. But while they clearly think their spelling and grammar is high quality, they have made some glaring mistakes with apostrophes, commas and even a missing word
Incorrect! Perhaps not of the cassette generation, someone was surprised when their iPhone got scratched by what they thought was a ‘docking station’. In reality it is for cassettes and the phones were never designed to fit in them
Wrong country! While making a very serious news bulletin about terror attacks in Paris, this broadcaster projected what they thought was the French flag behind the presenters. However, the blundering team projected the national flag of the Netherlands
Not quite white! Two hapless teenagers were so desperate for drugs that they found at home what they believed to be cocaine… but it was actually their grandfather’s ashes
Not quite! Someone else decided to scare people by putting a photo of the dying Earth next to a photo believed to be from 1975. But the image on the right is completely fake and is just the United States Photoshopped on the moon