Þegar að við sjáum auglýsingar eða heyrum einhvern lýsa stað eða vöru þá verða til væntingar – og það er nú ekki alltaf sem raunveruleikinn stenst væntingar okkar.
Hér eru 20 grimm dæmi um muninn á væntingum og raunveruleikanum:
“Restaurant’s charcuterie board as advertised vs What I got”
Just a little bit closer
“$60 ‘professional’ Halloween makeup. I asked for the photo on the left, with just a little fake blood. On the right is what the makeup artist gave me.”
“I was going for ‘boho chic,’ but the internet shop gave me ‘tacky brothel’.”
Find 10 differences.
“I ordered a birthday cake for my niece.”
They did their best.
It seems fine… Wait a minute!
“My Darth Maul birthday cake ate too much cake.”
When you’re that unlucky.
“I decided to try the new $55, 27” pizza that’s hugely advertised for being the best thing ever.”
It seems that a dog groomer’s cut isn’t much different from a human stylist’s cut.
“I tried to make dried orange wheels. I feel like they turned out pretty well.”
It seems like something is missing here.
“I went on a hike today that promised stunning views. My pic is on the bottom.”
Definitely not my size!
“The left pic is what I asked for, the right pics are what I ended up with.”
“I saw this photo on the internet (left). I thought it would be cute to try it (right).”
“I ordered this patch from an internet shop…”
Norway is merciless to its tourists.