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DIY Projects That Have No Business Being On Planet Earth

These pics are the definition of "just because you can, doesn't mean you should." But at least they're incredibly entertaining for us, right? Now go check out some more fail-y pics via Fail Blog!

Funny fail pics of strange do-it-yourself projects | Meat always shrinks cook but not anymore! piece of meat clipped to the side of a pan | Some rich people put anti-bird spikes on trees protect fancy cars poo.
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Seventeen Cursed And Questionable DIY Projects

In the age of Pinterest and YouTube tutorials, many people have turned to DIY to easily and creatively make gifts, decorations, and crafts in their spare time, or as a way to generate income. We're all about this. But some people, some deranged individuals with delusions of grandeur, opt to make absolutely horrifying creations that would shake Martha Stewart to her waspy aesthetic'd core. And guess what? We freakin' love it. We've put together some of the more cursed examples for you to feast your eyes on, and also to potentially ruin your appetite. 

cursed and creepy diy projects | clear Christmas tree bauble filled with worms, tweet by Lindsay_Onuffer My dog chewed my dad's sneakers so he cut them into sandals
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Face it: it's fun to hate on cringey sh*t. And these DIY hack fails are insanely fun to roll your eyes at. 

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Bizarre And Seemingly Pointless Egg Craft Video Has Twitter Cracking Jokes

You've heard of long egg, now get ready for big egg. Twitter user @chipsandapopbar went viral yesterday after sharing a how-to craft video they'd found on Facebook. We're no stranger to the bizarre "life hacks" and crafts shared by Instagram and Youtube accounts. The accounts are often European, and show people how to smuggle money and USB drives, make arguably hideous crafts, and bizarre "chalk" that looks like deodorant. This particular video, which touts itself as a "5 minute craft" actually takes three days and involves dipping an egg in vinegar, maple syrup and blue dye. Why? Just to make it bigger. 

The astonishingly pointless nature of the project was an instant hit on Twitter, with users mocking the video relentlessly and meme-ing the phrase "bigger than before". We're just as puzzled as the next person, but all tweets are giving us life. This video clearly needs a part two.  

Funny twitter meme about Egg craft video from Facebook, makes egg bigger than before.
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