35 Times Peoples’ Terrible Tastes Were Somehow Perfectly Executed

You can learn almost any skill, but if it’s done without the passion of doing it, it usually comes out pretty crappy. But as crappy as it may turn out, somehow, sometimes, the execution itself seems to be perfectly done. You know, like that meme “Task failed successfully”.

Inspired by the subreddit Awful Taste But Great Execution, we have collected a list of gaudy, tacky, overdone, and otherwise, the tasteless design fails yet done so well, you won’t know whether to love or hate these funny things. From dog slippers made to look exactly (and I mean exactly) like the client’s pet to a car with a full chrome bodywork, scroll down to check out the worst fails of aesthetics and upvote your faves!

1# Thought This Might Fit Here

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“Since most people cannot say much about why they like something, it seems as though the good taste is just the ability to identify a shared preference, nothing more,” Dwight Furrow wrote on 3 Quarks Daily. “But looked at from the perspective of artists, musicians, designers, architects, chefs, and winemakers, etc. this answer is inadequate. It doesn’t explain why creative people, even when they achieve some success, strive to do better. If people find pleasure in what you do and good taste is nothing more than an ability to identify what other people in your social group enjoy, then there is little point in artists trying to get better, since the idea of “better” doesn’t refer to any standard aside from “what people like”. So it seems like there must be more to good taste than that.”

2# But Why?

And that’s not all. Good taste can’t be solely a matter of having a sense of prevailing social conventions because artists and critics often produce unconventional judgments about what is good and what is a bad idea. Instead, having good taste seems to often involve knowing what is truly excellent or of genuine value, which may have little to do with social conventions.

3# Saw This Car Filling Up At A Gas Station In Illinois And Did A Double-Take. The Top Tires Spin Too!

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Even philosophers have tackled good taste. “David Hume, the 18th Century British philosopher, argued that good taste involves “delicacy of sentiment” by which he meant the ability to detect what makes something pleasing or not. In his famous example of the two wine critics, one argued that a wine is good but for a taste of leather he detected; the other argued that the wine is good but for a slight taste of metal. Both were proven right when the container was emptied and a key with a leather thong attached was found at the bottom.”

4# Staff Kitchen

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Thus, according to Hume, good taste was roughly what excellent blind tasters have—the ability, acquired through practice and comparison, to taste subtle components of a wine that most non-experts would miss and pass summary judgment on them. “The same could be said of the ability to detect subtle, good-making features of a painting or piece of music. The virtue of such analytic tasting of wines is that the detection of discreet components can at least in theory be verified by science and thus aspires to a degree of objectivity. Flavor notes such as “apricot” or “vanilla” are explained by detectable chemical compounds in the wine. The causal theory lends itself to this kind of test of acuity since causal properties can often be independently verified.”

So, someone practiced at discerning elements that ordinary perceivers would miss could be said to have good taste.

5# This Handbag

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But, for example, a wine taster can identify a whole bowl of various fruit aromas wafting from a wine, pronounce the acidity to be bracing, and the tannins fine-grained but firm and still have said little about wine quality. “Wine quality is a function of structure, balance, complexity, and intensity supplemented by even less concrete features such as deliciousness, power, elegance, gracefulness, or refreshment. None of these features can be detected by analytically breaking down a wine because they are inherently relational, just as describing a painted surface as garnish or a piece of music as lyrical would involve relations. No single component can account for them; it is a matter of how the components are related. In wine, even a prominent feature like acidity is not merely a function of Ph; perceived acidity differs substantially from objective measures of acidity and is influenced by the prominence of other components such as sugar and tannin levels. None of these relational properties seem amenable to scientific analysis. I doubt that gas chromatography can identify elegance; a wine’s balance cannot be appreciated by measuring PH and sugar levels.”

6# Any Van Gogh Fans Around?

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So, Furrow argues that identifying these aesthetic features involves a holistic judgment, not an analytic one. “The wine as a whole must be evaluated just as evaluating painting or music involves judgments about the work as a whole. But although these holistic features in a wine are a product of fruit, acidity, and tannic structure no list of wine components will add up to a wine being balanced, elegant or delicious.”

7# Impressed By The Skill, Horrified By The Look

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He points to Kant, another 18th Century philosopher, for a better answer. “When I judge something to be beautiful, I do so because I like it. But what about it do I like? For Kant, the pleasure I get from a genuinely beautiful object does not lie in the fact I find it agreeable or pretty. Rather, I enjoy how it makes me think. It stimulates contemplation of a particular kind. Kant called this the free play of understanding and imagination.”

8# I Saw This Today

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“Of course, some objects won’t repay that much attention. We explore them for awhile, get bored because we’ve come to identify and articulate everything important about them, and move on. But according to Kant, an object is genuinely beautiful if it sustains our interest in reflecting on it indefinitely because all attempts to fully understand it fail. The object has an order that constantly opens new ways of understanding it because no particular principle is ever adequate. Beautiful objects are intriguing, mysterious, not fully understood, yet at the same time balanced, harmonious, and well put together.”

“Thus, taste, on Kant’s view must refer to our ability to determine whether an object is worth reflecting on, whether it will repay our attention and produce endless fascination. A person of good taste discovers new patterns to explore, finds unexpected avenues of meaning, and responds with feelings and insights that generate new ways of describing something.”

9# “I Need People To Think I’m A Bond Villain”

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10# Was Next To A Car That Was “Painted” With Duct Tape!

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11# Actually Very Well Made, But Still

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12# Dog Slippers Made To Look Exactly Like Your Dog

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13# These Gloves

14# His And Hers Wedding Cake

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15# One Of The Coolest And Also Worst Things I’ve Ever Seen

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16# Grasshopper-Shaped Locomotives Stacked On Top Of Each To Create A Diner In South Korean

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17# This Car Entirely Colored With Highlighters

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18# Pimped Out Level: Amish

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19# Beaded Hair Portrait

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20# These Campbell’s Tomato Soup Shoes I Received For Christmas Years Ago

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21# Conor McGregor’s Suit Of “F*ck You”

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22# This Silica Gel Bag

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23# Brain Winter Hat

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24# Pigeon Heels

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25# This Titanic Blow Up Slide

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26# Finger-Ring

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27# This Sweater

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28# Lenny And Carl Yin Yang Tattoo

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29# This Cockroach Cappuccino

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30# Hot Rod Casket

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31# Steampunk Wheels

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32# When You Like Your Trunk So Much You Get A Second One

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33# Wallet Chain Ankle Crocs – Thank You Small Town Malls

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34# Can You Dig It?

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35# These Nice Bedsheets

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Same Crocodile, Same Place 15 Years Apart- Steve Irwin’s Son Recreates His Father’s Most Iconic Photo

We are living in a world that nothing is guaranteed forever. due to extreme pollution and global warming and harmful thing happening the earth is becoming a big mess. Not only for humans but also for animals. They have been massively going on extinct and unprotected by human harm and evilness.

Nonetheless, the rates of extinction that are currently taking place are actually comparable to the rates that took place when dinosaurs were wiped off of the face of the planet.

However, there is still a ray of hope when it comes to people who actually care about other beings except themselves.

I bet Everyone knows the late, great Steve Irwin. He left behind an incredible legacy. He was a crocodile hunter with a heart of gold. Now, his loved ones are doing their best to carry on the tradition. His children Robert and Bindi have continued their conservation efforts. Irwin’s wife Terri is also heavily involved.

1. Steve Irwin was a crocodile hunter and an activist for wild animal rights.

The Irwin family at the Australia Zoo in June 2006: (L-R) Robert, Terri, Steve, and Bindi
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When we remember steve we see that all he ever wanted was that all the animals in the Australian Zoo where he used to work to be treated with the utmost respect. If these animals are not given the chance to hunt down moving prey, they are more likely to become extinct. That’s why the efforts of trained handlers are important. Without their assistance, the crocodiles are unable to feed in the proper manner.

His son Murray made a recreation photo like his father did but 15 years after a very iconic photo of his father feeding the same crocodile. Now, Robert is the one who is responsible for his welfare. The Instagram post went viral and was liked by every animal lover out there. And Robert hopes he can shed light to everyone about animal rights welfare.

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3. His wife and two childrens are continuing his legacy


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