One thing you should know always is that when your expectations don’t match your reality, there’s literally no reason to be unhappy. The scenario can be perceived from a different angle, and interestingly a failure can be a good reason to laugh-out-loud.
It’s understandable that humans’ assumptions can often lead to stress, most especially when they don’t match expectations. As mentioned above, it’s best not to take it at heart but laugh it off when given the opportunity.
New taco cravings from Burger King, Pancakes at my hotel this morning or expectation of some ores and many more in this article are good examples that show reality has saline humor. On the other hand, it’s apparent that our expectations can confuse us into believing that our goals will bring forth much more than they actually do, therefore we pursue the wrong goals.
Nevertheless, listed here 21 real-life scenarios where people had their expectations smashed before their very eyes, and instead of being all upset, they reached a decision to share and give readers a good laugh. Enjoy!
Restaurant’s charcuterie board as advertised looks like a picture they stole from somewhere else.
Not a single head in this.
Strawberry cheesecake ice-cream is supposed to have strawberry in it.
Husband tried to make a dolphin for my cocktail. It’s the cutest eel I’ve ever seen.
Says it’s cheese pizza. You can literally count the strands of cheese on it.
I paid 8 dollars for this at the cinemas…
Six months of backorder from West Elm for this.
Is it too much to expect this thing to have Oreo on it?
We got this Halloween mask last year from a Facebook ad.
This woman was so excited for her Genie face mask. Then, she looked at herself.
Homemade sourdough bread...
You can guess: it’s the new taco from Burger King.
I did my best.
Got this ring from a Facebook ad.
Dog pumpkin Halloween costume.
How to get nightmares from cookies.
Waited for her Cactus Cat Scratcher order for 2 months to receive only the ropes without instructions, the wood or slip.
Finally reached the Cliffs of Moher, 2,874 miles away from home.
My disappointing breakfast at the hotel.
Dad tries not to strangle baby while doing this.
When you don’t check the size of the product you order.
Ordered from Wish, advertisement vs. actual product.
Their definition of Burritos is tortilla without anything in it.
To think that this tree cost me $110.
My girlfriend spent $100 to get me a White Claw cake for my birthday. She was less than pleased with the result.