Some people are more OCD than others, but we all can be annoyed when things don’t look the way you’d expect. Something in our brains causes us to feel stressed out by things that seem…wrong. Is there a better word for it?

By “wrong” we sometimes mean that things seem out of place or not symmetrical. Sometimes we just can’t figure out why a certain design decision was made. Sometimes mixed patterns makes us feel sick. Whatever it is, we find ourselves cringing inside as our brains struggle to come up with a valid reason for the so very wrong design decision. 

Here are 21 examples of things that people have found so annoying that they just had to share them with the world. Scroll down to see if these things annoy you as much as the people who shared them.

  1. Who Decided This Was Okay?

    Quality control must have had the day off when this was created. from r/WTF

  2. They Made Their Point

    Well you’re not wrong… from r/mildlyinfuriating

  3. Why? Just Why?

    It’s like they want me to have an aneurysm… from r/mildlyinfuriating

  4. This Needs to Be Fixed

    This chandelier at a restaurant I ate at bothers me so much. from r/mildlyinfuriating

  5. One Trip to the Hardware Store Would Fix This

    These Lights from r/mildlyinfuriating

  6. Is This Supposed to Make Us Want to Buy the Pizza?

    The way this pizza has been cut. from r/mildlyinfuriating

  7. It Took Extra Work to Do This Too

    911 – I’d like to report a crime from r/CrappyDesign

  8. I Would Never Remember Which One Is On and Which One Is Off

    On is red, off is green… from r/mildlyinfuriating

  9. I Really Hope There’s a Good Reason for This

    I’m literally screaming inside from r/CrappyDesign

  10. Who Trained This Bricklayer?

    Finished laying the bricks, boss! from r/NotMyJob

  11. The More I Look at the Lights, the More You See Wrong

    Not only is the first light different, the last lights fixture is upside down. from r/mildlyinfuriating

  12. Isn’t There Somewhere Else to Put Those Flowers?

    The way my mom watches TV with things obscuring the screen

  13. So Close, but Close Isn’t Good Enough

    I am forced to look at this every time I get up from r/mildlyinfuriating

  14. I Would Have to Replace This Handle

    If I could not see them at the same time I would not care. from r/mildlyinfuriating

  15. Would It Be Easier to Move the Door or the Patio?

    The door on this house from r/mildlyinfuriating

  16. Attention to Detail Is Vital for Anyone with OCD

    Well done from r/onejob

  17. This Cutout Entirely Misses the Purpose

    Horrible cutout from r/CrappyDesign

  18. Can Someone Please Fix This Brick?

    why ? from r/mildlyinfuriating

  19. It Takes More Work to Do Things Wrong

    Why? from r/mildlyinfuriating

  20. This Would Be an Easy Fix

    I put the manhole cover back, boss. from r/NotMyJob

  21. There Seems to Be a Malfunction at the Factory

    cut it wrong. I think they from r/mildlyinfuriating