19+ People With Nothing But Bad Advice

There are some individuals who love to guide others, and take solace in being able to help others when needed.

However, there are also some individuals out there who are terrible at helping others despite their best intentions. So, to show off some of these people, here are 15+ people with nothing but bad advice!

"My younger sister was trying to make apple juice and decided that if she boiled the apple it would be softer and thus easier to turn into juice."

The person who posted this went on to say that it worked a little bit. Although, would it not just be easier to buy apple juice?

"I clearly work with a bunch of idiots."

Look, if you want to put peanut butter in the toaster then that is your right to do so! Although, you will be held responsible when the place burns down.

"Our local pizza place gives excellent advice."

Let me give you a bit of heads up. If you eat your pizza like the bottom diagram suggests, you will have heartburn for weeks, especially if you eat it in one go and wash it down with a bottle of white wine...not that I'm speaking from experience.

"Some wise advice!"

My grandfather always used to say this to me. Although, that was mainly because he was a recovering education addict who lived in a hollowed-out carrot.

"I thought that was always the rule."

"Excuse me, is your kid playing in the ball pit?"

"Yeah, why?"

"I think you should probably get them out of there, did you not see the sign?"

"Oh, dear Christ!"

"Sounds like good advice."

The strange juice has long been a favorite beverage of mine. You don't need to sell me on the strange juice!

"Anti-smoking ad accidentally recommends quitting the wrong thing."

It looks like the guy on the advert is staring into the souls of kids and saying, "If I catch you in school, I'll beat the living daylights out of you!"

"Got married on Friday and my 11-year-old niece left me GREAT advice!"

Someone posited that this 11-year-old may actually be Tony the Tiger in disguise, which checks out. The thing that I cannot stop focussing on though is how much neater this child's handwriting is than mine.

How Helpful...

I can imagine that there isn't an entrance around the corner and that the staff in this store simply don't want to work and have locked the door.

"My response to this idiotic poster."

But, the sign on the left is laminated, that means that it has to be right! I've never had my faith in the sanctity of laminating rocked like this before.

"Mom's advice."

I feel like she should have seen this coming when she gave him a piece of advice like this. Also, yearbook quotes are meant to be stupid aren't they?

"Rule 1 in advertising: Don't allow the customer to contact you."

If you can track him down, then you earn the right for him to buy your house. This is a great little marketing ploy to attract those who love a good quest!

"Even if they break a promise, they can still keep the same slogan!"

As someone else also noted, I don't think that there is a single politician out there who couldn't adopt this mantra as well!

"The nurse, during my annual wellness check, suggested at my age I should have a bar in the shower. So I took her advice."

This is a terrible idea, you'll risk getting water in your wine! You should instead have a really long straw that stretches out of the shower into a giant bucket of wine, that'd be much better.

"He told me to quit my PhD program and punch my supervisor in the mouth on my way out."

That's not actually the worst advice you could probably get! For an additional $4 I'll give you even worse advice!

"They recommended you have three glasses of wine and it assembles itself. Working on the first glass now."

In my experience, this is nonsense. I have a cabinet propped up in the corner that I've had for ages now and it's still not assembled itself despite me being on my 113,896th glass of wine.

"He'll sing for you..."

I am actually very curious about what sort of thing he would sing, I might hire him to sing at a friend of mine's house and not warn them he is coming.

"Don't blame fate."

I know that it is quite an angry sentiment, but something about this still calms me. That is just the power of cross-stitch.

"'Daisy's' Might Want To Reconsider That Layout."

I mean, it depends what they're selling. If they're selling do it yourself arses then this is the perfect logo!

"Yesterday I had reddit decide the fate of my friend's back tattoo. Here is the unfortunate result."

The incorrect "and" is a lovely little touch. I hope that it was intentional anyway, although it doesn't really matter at the end of the day I guess.