Life is full of surprises, both good and bad. When bad things happen, it’s okay to feel down and let yourself cry over it. But sometimes, sharing it with others and looking at it with a little humor can make things a little better. In this article, we’ve compiled 20 instances of people on Reddit who shared their misfortunes with humor and made us laugh along with them these 20 instances show us that sometimes, bad things happen and we can’t control them. But we can control how we react to them. Sharing them with others and looking at them with a little humor can make them seem a little less bad. So the next time something bad happens to you, remember to share it with others and find a way to laugh about it.
#1. I wore an old pair of boots today and halfway through the day, the heals just kind of disconnected
#2. Not sure how it happened, but the damage was done, so I took the pic
#3. Door handle at school came off
#4. My wife helped me sunscreen my back at beach day today
#5. When you’re enjoying a bite to eat and end up frantically googling about cordyceps
#6. My father had to be freed from the locked toilet this morning
#7. My cat played with my airpods and lost one in the heating vent
#8. When your iPhone decides it wants to be an Xbox after you drop it
#9. Should probably invest in sunscreen
#10. This avocado
#11. Just got home from the bakery … was so looking forward to this Almond and Custard Cronut
#12. In class this morning, found out I had a huge rip in the ass of my pants 2 hours in. Another 10 to go.
#13. I wanted to eat lunch at my desk, but…
#14. You know you’re having a bad day when the spare tp rolls out…
#15. Unsuccessful fries thief
#16. My eyeliner was ON POINT this morning… and then I sneezed.
#17. Got a sewing needle stuck in my finger
#18. I sprained my ankle on the first day of track practice
#19. Happened to me while visiting my parents a while ago
#20. My spatula broke making eggs this morning
#21. My kid during his birthday safari
#22. It is my birthday today and I lost half of my tooth. Oh well…