Facebook Group Gives 20 Perfect Reasons Why “You Should Have Hired An Architect”

Just as one wouldn’t risk tattooing themselves, one should consider whether they have enough knowledge and experience when doing certain things themselves. We humans sometimes reckon that we are the jacks of all trades. However, that’s rarely the case. Certain things require much more than a YouTube tutorial or vast imagination. For example, constructing and designing buildings.

Architecture is a whole field of study. “Architects have gone through years of college and passed rigorous exams to create safe and (hopefully) enjoyable environments,” is written in the description of a cheekily named group on Facebook. “You Should Have Hired an Architect” is a private group that shares the worst architectural flaws and fails that prove that people should leave building houses to the professionals. Below, look at some of the most prominent construction fails people have shared in the group.

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#1 You’ll Get To Know Your Neighbors!

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#2 This Bathroom Ain’t It

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#3 Client: I Need Daylight In This Room, But Need To Stay On Budget! Builder: Say No More

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#4 ‘Architect’ Designed Home From 1960 Comes With This Wtf Kitchen And Just Sold For $500k In Suburban Chicago! I’d Constantly Be Worried That Dishes Would Come Crashing Out Of Those Cabinets

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#5 Expert-Level Disabled Ramp Of The Week

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#6 Just… Why?

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#7 Seen On Twitter Just Now. He Said He Is Still Proud Of Himself For Installing

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#8 This Is Not A Solid Floor: These Are Steps

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#9 When You Just Have To Have A Pool

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#10 Logical Explanations: Go!

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#11 I’d Hate To Have That Seat During A Game

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#12 Fits Like A Glove

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#13 I’m Hoping This Isn’t The Finished Condition, But Unfortunately It Probably Is

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#14 Wtf!?!

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#15 Project Budgets Go About This Far These Days

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#16 It’s Been A Looooong Time Since I’ve Seen A Terrible Idea This Compelling. A+ Work

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#17 Upon First Glance I Honestly Thought This Was A Bunch Of Microwaves On Someone’s Lawn. Scout’s Honor

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#18 Haha

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#19 DIY Tip: Get This Lovely Faux Finish Easily By Storing Dead Bodies In Your Attic

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#20 Long Live The Queen!

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People In This Facebook Group Are Sharing Hilariously Unfortunate Names Parents Actually Give Their Children, Here Are 20 Of The Worst Ones

Your name is special. It is the first thing others will note of you, and it will be the basis of how they will perceive you. You are known because of your name, whatever you do, whatever you will be remembered, it will be preserved in your name.

Therefore, the name must be remarkable, something that has some hidden reason behind it. From what or whom were you named? Is it from both of your parents’ names combined? Is it because of your mom’s favorite place? Or maybe your dad’s childhood friend? I’m pretty sure it holds something significant.

However, the question of “What or who were you named after?” will turn into “What were your parents thinking?” once you’ve seen these truly bizarre and literally unique names that no one has ever been named before.

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