We’re living in a time where you need to be able to adapt to changes fast. Just look at the pandemic that hit earlier this year. Do you still remember life before it? We didn’t have to wash our hands so vigorously nor be too concerned about standing too close to people. Now we can’t even open a door without feeling agitated until we wash our hands.
Engineering doesn’t always mean assembling a complicated machine. But we definitely are warning all of you that these things were posted in ‘Redneck Engineering’ because of how crazy they are. They may not even be safe most of the time, but it works. It’s not stupid. That is the motto of the subreddit. If you try these, you’re trying them at your own risks!
“Looks level to me.”
“Redneck security system.”
“Grandpa: 1, Trash Panda: 0.”
These two Korean students rafting on only potato chip bags to prove they have too much air in them.
“Rear parking sensor.”
“Found this fork in my brothers house and asked him why he had done it, then he ran upstairs to grab his iPad.”
“When you ask a welder to fix something for you.”
“Master Lock 100.”
“A whole crap load of Amish guys moving a barn.”
Living your best life.
“Man puts chicken on top of squeegee to eat the spiders trapped in the ceiling, natural pest control.”
“Landlord decided to turn down the heat today in my MN apartment as it reached -40°. But the idiot must have forgotten he pays my electric and doesn’t realize that I value my comfort over safety or energy conservation.”
“It can pick up the imagine from the keyboard. This works on zoom. Instead of the kids looking at you when you place the cd on a pencil it reflects what’s on your keyboard, anything on your keyboard can be seen.”
“I’m bad for using whatever tool is handy as a hammer, usually a crescent wrench. My husband learned a bit of welding and redneck engineered this for my birthday.”
“My life has been a lie.”
“Local Chinese restaurant. The entire kitchen is walled off with plastic. There’s a cardboard flap to pass money, and the box on the right acts as an airlock with two flaps to pass the food through. It’s all plastic sheet, cardboard and duct tape.”
“Fixed the gate problem.”
“Whoever built this might have a PhD in redneck engineering.”
“Steering wheel broke, needed to finish the yard. Thankfully I know how to drive a stick.”
“My 12 year old son modified his bike with carpet for barefoot riding.”
“Your move, NASA.”
“Use a fishing rod to teach your son baseball.”
“We needed to disassemble a shelf in an office and we didn’t have a mallet. Rubber bands + hammer = mallet.”
“Silent killer MKII.”
“Came across this picture and wanted to share.”
From Easter Europe, how to keep your dog from escaping.
This genius hack for climate control during pandemic.
“That’ll do for now, he said. That was 4 years ago.”