If the simulation hypothesis is correct and our reality is a product of a computer program, then the most wide-spread bug in it will likely have the name, “something went wrong”. And it’s quite difficult to correct it because it is present in almost all spheres of life — from flat repairs to deciding to get a pet dog.
Bats are not allowed to cross the street.
“Our best wedding photo”
Actually, candles work differently.
When you mistakenly displayed your desktop’s main screen on the billboard and forgot about it:
A puddle turned an underground parking lot into a swimming pool.
“I think I’m sitting next to a weirdo.”
When you decide to make a repair yourself:
It seems the word “Sacramento” should be written a little differently.
When you’re an insurgent inside:
No swimming or no smoking?
Installation of an air conditioner, attempt #1
Installation of an air conditioner, attempt #2
When all evil has been defeated but you still need to earn a living:
The ceiling fan melted from the heat.
“The pizzeria accidentally left the tray under my pizza.”
“Then why’d you give me this case?!”
“I wanted a dog and my girlfriend wanted a dog, but clearly something went wrong…”
Do you also see a tortoise?
He laughs best but who laughs last?