20 Unfortunate People Who Can Only Hope That Their Day Gets Better From Here

Everyone hates having a bad day. I mean, it's not like the call them fun days, right? And the worst part is that they always come when you least expect them to.

But man, am I ever glad I'm not having the days the people on this list are having. These people have hit rock bottom, but at least it can only go up from here.

"I guess somebody at my apartment complex got caught cheating."

If that was the case, then there are at least two people having a bad day (including the person who got cheated on, of course). But this could've also been someone's idea of a prank, which would be way worse.

"New antibacterial wipes from the store have mold growing in them."

There are, like, layers of irony at play here. Too bad you can't use any of these wipes to clean those layers away.

Looks like someone started using this pack and then just stuck it back on the shelf. How sad.

"Went to the barber for a haircut. Tipped well. Went home and noticed this…"

It's interesting that the barber didn't offer to show this guy what the back of his head looked like. You just know the barber knew about how badly they messed up. And they got away with it, too!

"My dumb pregnancy brain accidentally ordered my husband a burrito with NO TORTILLA."

I think the worst part about this is the fact that the restaurant followed these instructions without a second thought. Do people normally order burrito soup?

"So, a mouse got in my engine..."

Cars are wonderful when they work, and a nightmare as soon as any small rodent gets near them. With winter on its way, there are probably going to be a lot of cold mice trying to make car engines their new home.

"Just so you know, a 10 foot pipe does not fit in a Toyota RAV4."

This is why hardware stores offer truck rentals. There are just some things you can't transport in your own vehicle.

The worst part is the cost of replacing the windshield on this car is way higher than the cost of the pipe.

"So I always hide the remote because of the pup, my mom doesn't..."

Having a dog is one of the most joyful things in the world. That is, as long as they don't chew everything in their sights. This person is probably going to be spending more money replacing everything the dog chewed up than on their dog.

"What happens when you park under the tree where the turkeys hang out."

Wait... is this person saying that turkeys hang out in that tree? I mean, something clearly is, given how nasty that car's looking. But turkeys? Turkeys? That's weird.

"I'm so thirsty. Every SINGLE drink and food machine in the building (there's like 20, no joke) is either completely empty and off or just disabled."

This is where I could say this person should've been more prepared and brought a water bottle from home with them, but this is a problem I'd probably have, too. Why bring water when you're going somewhere that's supposed to have working drink machines?

"NYC sidewalk ingested an AirPod Pro."

I swear, I hear about people losing their AirPods more than I hear about them losing any other kind of wireless earbuds. Is there something about AirPods that makes them too loose for people's ears? Should we just go back to corded earbuds?

"I dropped it right at the busiest time."

I feel worse for the person who has to clean this up than the person who dropped the wine. You just know there's going to be some other impatient customer who will give that employee a hard time, too.

"Was having a bad day so I went to grab a cappuccino to treat myself and then…"

On the plus side, it literally can't get any worse than this. Though, maybe that's not such a good thing after all. Cleaning this mess up isn't going to be fun, but it's probably better to just get it over with.

"2 years without vacation. This year I did it and I'm going to travel. Today I broke my foot. A week before traveling."

At the very least, you can still travel with a broken leg. Sure, you can't really do much when your leg is in a cast, but don't let that stop you. I'm sure the view from the hotel will be nice.

"I bought this car 1 hour ago and the engine stalled and started leaking oil."

I swear, owning a car is more of a nightmare than anything else. They always seem to break down when you least expect it (which is literally any time). The fact that this person just bought this one makes it so much worse.

"The handle to the paper bag broke. Cat tax included."

Okay, but this could've been a lot worse. Like, if there was no bag to begin with, all of that tomato sauce would've basically been all over this person's kitchen. It would've looked like a whole crime scene.

"It was windy today."

This is, like, a bad day double whammy. First off, the gazebo is probably ruined. And the pool lining is most likely damaged as well. My suggestion: it might be time to move houses.

"The power went out while I was in the middle of baking muffins."

The worst part about losing power in the middle of a baking session is that your baked goods are basically ruined. If the power's out for long enough, they'll cool down, and then you can't keep baking them. So sad.

"This TV in my hotel."

This hotel room looks a little too nice to have such a tiny television. At this point, you'd probably be better off streaming videos on your phone. Hopefully, this hotel gives out the Wi-Fi password.

"Sent my husband this picture and he said, ‘well that explains the weird noise I heard last night.’"

I've forgotten things in my pockets when doing laundry before. I'm sure we all have. But a knife? That seems a little... less common. The only other thing I can say is, good luck getting it out of there.

"There’s a bridge in my town that large trucks consistently try to fit under, typically with disastrous results."

You'd think they'd learned their lessons by now. But I guess some lessons have to be experienced. This truck driver will probably think twice before trying to fit under that particular bridge again.