Although many would like to believe that their DIY inventions are praiseworthy, some of them range from creative ingenuity to ridiculous.
Bored panda has compiled photos from around the world showing people’s shocking attempts to repair – and sometimes ruin – household items.
While one creative person turned a gun into a toilet roll holder, another person replaced a bathroom faucet with an edible carrot.
Meanwhile, an individual was waging war against a pesky rat loose in his home.
Instead of calling for pest control, they opted for a homemade invention, complete with a board, a slice of banana and a bucket.
Originally posted on American forum Reddit, this unusual invention uses an edible carrot as a tap.
If you’re already in the dots, scroll down because some of these DIY fails get even weirder.
It appears that a single person adapted an entire motorcycle by attaching a piece of tree bark to its core. Although we don’t know if it actually works. Scroll down to find out more….
That works? A creative person doubled a gun as a toilet roll holder in her bathroom
These DIYers waged war against a pesky rat roaming their home, even though their son “begged” them to call a pest control service.
They say the mind is a terrible thing to waste! This construction worker protects his mind at all costs
That’s fucked up ! Bored Panda has compiled photos from around the world showing people’s shocking attempts to repair – and sometimes ruin – household items (Pictured: Who needs an electric screwdriver when you have one at home?)
If you ate too much for lunch or just aren’t ready to buy new jeans, this invention is for you.
Maybe a fun water gun or homemade laundry detergent? Anyway, it’s pretty cool
Posted on the American Reddit forum, a creative person used a tree branch to repair (or ruin) a motorcycle
Original! You’ll never have to worry about finding a bathroom again thanks to this invention
Genius! Calling himself #thatweirdCanadian, this social media user couldn’t find his headphones, so he used a stethoscope to listen to iTunes