17 People Learning What Tough Luck Actually Means. And the Lessons Are Really Tough

    17 People Learning What Tough Luck Actually Means. And the Lessons Are Really Tough

    17 People Learning What Tough Luck Actually Means. And the Lessons Are Really Tough
    Greg
    9:40 AM EST, March 3, 2022

    We all happen to have a bad day from time to time. And sometimes you can't help the impression that fate seems to be tormenting us. In case of some people this feeling gets really intense.

    The 17 situations illustrated below is nothing but a herd of black cats running across the street there and back...

    #1 Literally gate crashing

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    honeyflaps/reddit

    #2 All the way down!

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    #3 The moment when a prank is no longer funny

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    FrenchAvocadoo/reddit

    #4 Was it his wife's ex-lover?

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    #5 When your neighbors badly need sugar

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    #6 Sometimes you don't need to remove the wheel to get a spare tire

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    minecavar/reddit

    #7 A pillow gone apart in laundry

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    -Damien-/reddit

    #8 Sometimes one picture can take a whole story

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    #9 What would you choose: a smelly hand or a bad breath?

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    #10 We're all so sorry... (are we?)

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    #11 When the lawn and tree roots get too close together

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    Inimici/reddit

    #12 It looks like we are taking a bus today

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    tuscabam/reddit

    #13 She is fine. The chair is definitely not

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    mikeybthehuman/reddit

    #14 After two hours of work in the kitchen

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    #15 Friends forever

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    #16 If you tried to do that, you would never succeed

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    Maxswole/reddit

    #17 And there was no way to bribe the bird

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    Have you ever been in a situation like those above?
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