Sometimes the stuff you’ve got to put together does look like it’s going to need to violate the laws of physics for it to ever actually come together.
I’ve been putting stuff together since I was a kid, or taking it apart, and even I’ve been daunted by some of the “destructions” I’ve occasionally had to follow.
My experience has taught me that even if you’re sickeningly handy or designing bridges for a living, it can still sük. Hey! Try to build a bridge Mr. McEngineer with missing or broken parts, or instructions that were drawn by drunk frogs with pencils taped to their asses and translated into English-ish with a Speak & Spell.
- Step 1) Connect part 37 into part 2R like picture. Use 3 screw #B.
Step 2) Befor doing step 1 make sure to inserting washer.
Step 3.5) Since you did step 1 before you reading step 2, un do step 1 then do step 2
Step 5) Lose mind and destroy unassembled product. rinse repeat.
Maybe the instructions are fine, okay? Whatever. Maybe they’re just pictures, hieroglyphs for idiots, like some simple toddler’s board book (except printed on tissue paper). Whatever the case may be, however easy or difficult it is, it does seem there just winds up being a crap ton of everything to build and assemble once you and yours have built a child.
Oh man. Where did I put the #B screws?
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