Forget about building a snowman. It's too easy. Instead, do something challenging like folding up your snow like a blanket.
Getting the price of gas and the number of gallons to be whole integers is strangely satisfying. However, it's not so satisfying to have to pay four dollars a gallon.
That's how you cut open and store a watermelon. Let that be a lesson to you, Gallagher.
Sorting this cereal by color is pretty perfect. But it's even more perfect if you can also match the colors on the table.
The only problem with this? Once you've organized your cereal, you can't eat it without messing it up.
How do you ruin the day of a perfectionist chef? Take this green pepper and cut it up into an odd number of completely asymmetrical pieces.
Whether this prices is unbeatable is up for debate. But what is unbeatable is this guy's dedication to organization.
As soon as someone uses one of these pencils, all that organization goes out the window. But for this one brief moment, all was right in the world.
Fun prank: When this truck is safely parked, walk up to it and remove the bottom middle piece of wood. Then see if that was the Jenga piece holding it all together.
Sure, they're grouped by color. But some of them aren't sorted in descending order of size. Better luck next time.
This is a pretty well stacked bowel of Spaghetti-O's. The only thing keeping it from being perfect is the excess sauce residue on the sides.
Hopefully nobody's got a particular craving for yellow sprinkles. Because those aren't getting touched for a while.
It's not just people who like things precisely and orderly. Sometimes snakes are into that as well.