25 geniuses who defeated the system by following the rulesBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/25-geniuses-who-defeated-the-system-by-following-the-rules.html
Imagine a world without rules. It is unlikely that this is possible, because people simply cannot exist as a species without any hierarchy and structure. However, some rules seem offensive, unfair and in every way oppressive. That's why you want to break them. Or to circumvent it competently!
"Recently, a neighboring HOA threatened residents with a fine if they did not hide their trash cans. They found a solution"
"Rainbow symbols are prohibited in our country by the rules of the homeowners' Association. But whoever is looking for a loophole will always find it."
"He saw that we were feeding ducks and decided to pretend to be one of them"
"I wasn't allowed to use a notepad at work when I worked as a cashier, so I started writing my book about bullying on printed checks. This year I finally published my novel"
"We were banned from wearing shorts at work as "inappropriate." And skirts can be"
"This is how the protesters in Belarus reacted to the ban of the white-red-white flag"
"The New York City Subway has banned dogs if they don't "fit in a bag." New Yorkers have been creative"
"Satellite dishes are strictly prohibited here"
"It is forbidden to photograph paintings. But the way out has been found"
"An Iranian girl is rooting for her favorite football team because of the fence, because Iranian women are not allowed into stadiums"
"Our Sandwich cat is sitting on my wife's hands alone, but I think I've found a way to beat the system"
"Parking is only for "green transport". I'm not sure they meant it, but there's nothing to find fault with formally."
"There were no candles with the numbers 2 and 7. Happy birthday, son!"
"If you have a stain on a T-shirt, circle it with a pen and give it a name. It's like you've been to some random island and brought this thing as a souvenir."
"It's not medicine, it's Pepsi"
"He can't put his paws on the door, and that's what he does"
"Roxy knows that she can sit on a bar stool, but she can't sit on a countertop. And she also likes to test her boundaries."
"She was told not to sit on the sofa"
"Mom said I should go play outside"
"In the 1990s, California resident Steve Komisar began advertising solar-powered dryers in national magazines for $49.95. Then the customers received a simple clothesline by mail."
"My professor asked that the essay be printed in Times New Roman font and in A4 format. But he did not say that it should be on paper"
"The teacher said that we are allowed to bring one-sided paper for notes to the final exam"
"The Paris Marathon in March 2020 was canceled, so this dude ran back and forth on his 7-meter balcony, and ran the marathon distance"
"He is forbidden to climb on the bed. But a workaround has been found"
"The Homeowners' Association has sent a notification that all barbecue grills need to be removed from the yard or balcony. The inscription on the house: "Come and take it away""