Hitting Your Gadgets Won't Fix Them. Here's a Supercut of People in Movies Doing That [VIDEO]
Nov 04, 2014 12:45
Here's a pro tip you ought to learn. Hitting your gadgets, won't magically fix them. In fact, it could probably damage them. But we can't help it. We're human, and we need to vent our frustration on something. And that something is that poor old gadget that's not functioning.
Don't you just hate it when stuff just breaks down?
Check out a supercut of people in movies doing it:
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