This is a quick, not so, fun article about the everyday disasters. Sometimes we get something like this and all is well inside, sometimes not. Today we received this crate and the driver (not an art moving company) suggested that we open while he was present, but as you know these things need to rest and acclimate. We took shots of the damage while it was tied inside the truck and now we pray that things are not damaged. It’s acclimating as I write this, so we won’t know until tomorrow and I wouldn’t advertise who or what has sipped this way in any case. It’s more for the OOOoohhh, and AHHHHH, and OUUUCCCHHH factor. So two things here:
1.) what do you think happened based on these photos? Was it a fast moving fork lift (have you ever seen pro fork lift drivers, it’s insane how fast a warehouse moves things around!)? Did it topple from a height and hit its top corner first? Let’;s muse some ideas for the fun of it…
2.) Send us your favorite disaster crate photos for more OOhhhs, and Ahhhhs!
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