People on the internet think they’re witty until they end up surprising the internet with their baffling stupidity instead. Their so-called genius ideas end up being the stupidest suggestions in the world, and something we end up laughing about. This person’s response was just gold, and we thank them for their wit and humor. This person tried saying if vaccines were healthy, we could eat the vaccine. Someone else decided to retaliate and suggest that injecting broccoli is also healthy. They got served. Let’s just hope no one tried to inject broccoli into their veins at home or eat the vaccine. Neither of those things would end up well (via Kueez).
Jesse was served, and rightfully so. His take on gun ownership surprised the internet with his baffling stupidity. He decided he needs an AR-15 in case the government tells him he can’t fly his sick son to Italy for treatment. First, what reality does he live in? That’s a lot of very specific planning. It looks like he’s going to hijack a plane to get his son treatment for his nonexistent future illness. It looks like Jesse lives in a fantasy world, or an action movie. Let’s hope the government never tells him he can’t fly his son to Italy and let’s hope we’re not on that plane in case that does ever happen. Maybe he has a dream of becoming a superhero, albeit in a very strange way (via Kueez).
Quote of the Day: “What are those signs?” This person needs to brush up on their math skills because they shocked the internet with their baffling stupidity. It comes as no surprise that .33 is bigger than .25. That’s how numbers work. A&W tried to introduce a third-pound burger since it was bigger than the quarter-pound burger. Americans didn’t understand this and thought it was smaller than the quarter-pound burger. This person’s comment epitomized how many Americans think, which is why the 1/3 pound burger wasn’t successful (via Kueez).
We’re grateful for this internet user. Next time, we won’t call our partners by their first name, since it suggests we might be cheating on them. Unexpectedly calling your partner by their first name breeds a powerful sense of intimacy. This comment shocked the internet with its baffling stupidity. The best part about this article is the random person’s comment, “are straight people okay?” We’re not sure if straight people are okay if this is the type of stuff they’re coming up with. The rest of the article must have been entertaining to read, to say the least (via Kueez).
Let’s first praise this eight-year-old. He’s probably going to grow up to be a successful businessman. Most of us that age could barely draw a person, let alone sell handmade key chains to raise money for lunch debt. On the other hand, it’s heartbreaking that he needs to raise money to help his classmates, who are also his age, get out of debt. Why are eight-year-olds already in debt? Being a child should be the most carefree, playful time of your life. They shouldn’t have to worry if they can afford lunch or not. CNN was called out for its baffling stupidity. At least this Tweet brought awareness to the backward school system (via Kueez).
Everyone’s experienced a Caucasian after hitting their head once or twice, right? Wrong. It doesn’t exist. This person meant to say “concussion,” but misspelled it. They need an English lesson. Unless they’re telling the truth, and they managed to make a Caucasian person appear after running into a glass door. This is quite remarkable, even though they don’t seem so happy about it. It’s not something we’d suggest trying at home, though. They’re either dumb or insanely talented. Let’s hope they’re talented (via Buzzfeed).
Everyone with a brain knows you can get cancer from the sun. Well, according to this user on the internet, they wore their baffling stupidity loud and proud when they told us you can get cancer from sunscreen. Sure, there are dodgy chemicals in sunscreen, which might have negative effects on your health. And, luckily, organic and natural sunscreens also exist, so there are alternatives. This woman’s argument against wearing sunscreen was that it gives you cancer, instead of the other way around. She’s in for a big surprise when she suddenly has a strange mole appear on her skin. Sunscreen exists for a reason, people, so don’t be afraid to put it on (via Kueez).
Everyone needs to support local businesses. They’re the future. Uber Eats thought they were doing a good thing by hiring superstars to support their local business. But on the twisted side, they’re also charging local businesses a 30% delivery fee, putting them out of business. Those local businesses can’t win. Uber Eats shocked the internet with their baffling stupidity. That certainly deters us from using them ever again, no matter how convenient they are. It’s self-contradictory. If they really want to support local businesses, at the very least, they should lower the fees or get rid of them (via Kueez).
John Cardillo shocked the internet with his baffling stupidity by suggesting a father kissing his son on the cheek is inappropriate. Since when did kissing your child on the cheek become improper? It’s clear that Cardillo didn’t receive a lot of love as a kid, otherwise, he wouldn’t see this and feel the need to post about it on the internet. Jeff Tiedrich quickly called him out and told parents around the world to love their kids, so they don’t grow up to be like Cardillo. What a wonderful roast (via Kueez).
Here’s another wonderful example of someone who needs to attend science class again. Either she’s joking or she actually believes this. If this was how medical egg donors worked, then the world would be a very different place. Her baffling stupidity received a lot of backlash on Reddit. It’s not surprising. Maybe she and her friend tried this at home, slept with the same guy, and then tried to implant the other one’s eggs into their womb. They’ll probably be upset when they realize it doesn’t work at all (via YaBoiJJ_).
There are many laughable things about this Tweet. First, the Americans are now referred to by their state, not by their country. If you’re from Kansas, you’re a Kansasanian. If you’re from New Jersey, you’re a New Jersian. And if you’re from Arizona, you’re an Arizonian, like this woman. Her baffling stupidity doesn’t stop there, because she also believes that 2003 was 23 years ago. Who taught her math? She needs to go back to school. Maybe she also believes Arizona is its own country. Either way, she needs to learn math and geography, pronto (via Kueez).
May the force be with you, for the rest of your educational career in Saudi Arabia. Students who opened their history textbooks and saw King Faisal sitting next to Yoda, the Jedi Master from “Star Wars,” were probably shocked. This is one of the greatest instances of a country’s baffling stupidity, and we’re jealous we didn’t have a textbook like this. It remains a mystery how this image ended up in this textbook, but it’s in there, for the rest of the textbook’s existence. This is something that needs to be preserved and saved for decades to come. Abdullah Al Shehri, who creates photos of historic moments with pop culture figures, created the image, but he’s unsure how it ended up in the textbook (via Kueez).
This is yet another prime example of someone’s baffling stupidity, and proof they need to take geography lessons in school again. Alaska is a part of the USA, which this person forgot about. They’ve decided to pack their bags and head to the country of Alaska. Well, when they get there, they’re in for a huge surprise when they find out they’re still under the rule of the USA. Maybe that’s just the sort of experience they deserve (via Kueez).
According to this person, Satan won because the American government decided to give free healthcare, reduced college tuition, and stimulus payments to its citizens. Yup, that sounds exactly like something the Devil would do. Meanwhile, God makes everyone suffer and pay an exorbitant amount of money for healthcare and education. Their logic is backward. They’ll be one of the few who say no to free things. At least that means more free things for those who support this decision (via Kueez).
There are so many things wrong with this Tweet. This person has a horrible boss and is better off not working for them. Could you imagine giving a homeless person free food that you were about to throw away, only to get punished for it? We’re not sure what planet this boss lives on, but it’s not ours. Their baffling stupidity belongs on Mars. But maybe that’s being too kind. They have an aversion to kindness. Let’s hope Karma gets them back one day (via Kueez).
This one takes the cake. We thought Nintendo was smarter than that. Their attempt at supporting Gay Pride was shot down after they posted a photo of Mario and Luigi kissing. Their baffling stupidity was called out by Greg, who reminded Nintendo, the creators of Mario and Luigi, that they’re brothers. Sure, it’s great they’re supporting same-sex love, but incestual love is quite different. Let’s hope it was an honest mistake on Nintendo’s end (via BlazingShadow007).
Intelligent people don’t feel offended. Only uneducated people feel offended. According to this person, to not feel offended, all you must do is become smart. Their baffling stupidity lacks logic and empathy. They’re certainly not a self-aware adult. If they saw backlash from the internet from their Tweet, they’d likely feel offended. Let’s hope this isn’t something they believe (via A_Queer_Feral).
This felt awkward to read. Jordan Rachel needs a lesson in economics because she tried to argue that a Taco Bell burrito costs $38. We’re not sure what Taco Bell she ate at, but it’s one we’ve never heard of. Brian pointed out that Washington D.C. already has a $15 minimum wage, and Taco Bell is affordable. It’s just awkward when people make up economic theories and get called out on the internet. At least we know that minimum wage won’t make Taco Bell more expensive (via Kueez).
These protestors need a history lesson. They waved around a flag that was defeated in 1865 at an anti-immigration protest. It doesn’t make any sense, and their baffling stupidity surprised the internet. It’s laughable and a bit embarrassing and makes us cringe. It happened in the USA, so they should be carrying around the American flag. At least they got the red, white, and blue colors right (via Kueez).
A new disease exists, it’s called: Arthur Writes This. It’s a spin-off of arthritis but involves a person named Arthur who’s writing. On a more serious note, this person needs to learn how to spell. Arthritis can be a tricky word to get, but it’s not that difficult that it needs to be spelled in an unrecognizable way. This person’s baffling stupidity should send them back to English class, where they can learn a thing or two about spelling (via Buzzfeed).
The Internet is full of resources, scientific or not. A lot of the time, they’re based on people’s personal opinions. That’s why it’s best to stick to proven articles. When this person tried to write their college thesis on the negative effects of the vaccine, they decided to check the Internet, because they couldn’t find any scholarly articles supporting their thesis. We give him credit for his effort, however, asking random people on the Internet for their opinion is always a bad idea. He shocked the Internet with his baffling stupidity, and someone even suggested he rethink his thesis. That’s probably not a bad idea (via Kueez).
Just like the person above who’s invented a new disease, this person invented an entirely new dish. It’s a spin-off of ramen noodles. Maybe they’re shaped like roman numerals. It’s captured our attention, even though it’s because of their baffling stupidity. If this person has spent their entire life calling ramen noodles by roman numerals, then they need some serious help. Maybe they call roman numerals ramen noodles. Someone needs to call them out (via Buzzfeed).
The debate if the Earth if flat rages on, for some foolish reason. But this person took that debate to the next level when they asked in a rather grammar-avoidant way if the other planets and the moon were flat as well. Needless to say, the internet was quick to jump on the baffling stupidity of this question with some comparably hilarious answers (via Kueez).
This internet posted claimed that the government would have people’s faces if they used facial recognition on any of their devices. This person responded that unfortunately, they already had their face when the person was photographed at a government agency for their driver license. Talk about being put in your place (via Kueez).
This person decided to start stirring up an unnecessary conspiracy theory by rearranging the letters of two variants of the coronavirus that suggested it was all just the media controlling them. Another Twitter user pointed out that these letters could also be rearranged into something else that was also nonsensical and had nothing to do with the topic. It was good to see this tinfoil hat wearer called out for their baffling stupidity (via Kueez).
According to this person, a twin pregnancy takes 19 months because 9+9 = 19. Their baffling stupidity struck not once, but twice. How is this even possible? Do they really believe that women are pregnant for 19 months with twins? Let’s hope they’re joking because this is sad. This is another prime example of someone who needs to go back to health class and learn a thing or 10 about pregnancy, and math class since they don’t know how to add (via Buzzfeed).
This “joyless communist” has a point. If we can’t have chocolate without slavery, then we shouldn’t have chocolate at all. Do you hear that, Nestle? You’ve shocked the internet with your baffling stupidity by replying that this claim could hurt your sales. Well, maybe you should stop hurting innocent humans and start paying them appropriately. Slavery was abolished in the 1800s. Clearly, they didn’t get the memo. Their horrendous secret is out. What’s even worse is they don’t even make the best chocolate in the world, so now it’s a lose-lose situation (via Kueez).
Apparently, this girl believes New York is its own separate country and isn’t a part of the USA. She also believes geology is the same thing as geography. If only she knew geology was the study of Earth’s mineral and natural resources, then she’d take back what she said. Maybe she should continue these beliefs since she’ll get what she deserves at some point. All of it’s sad, and her baffling stupidity makes us shake our heads and sighs with defeat (via Kueez).