- Your contributions to The Museum Of Rubbish Design.
Eccentric BB – just do proper dropouts at the back FFS!
The lack of return on every set of Canti’s or V brakes I have ever owned.
The GM sourced auto gerbox on my 55 plate BMW where the torque converter plays the hokey cokey in the name of “economy” which results in a feeling like you are permenantly driving on the rumble strip. I didn’t buy a BMW for it’s economy.Posted 4 years agoononeorangeSubscriber
Don’t get me started on those stupid Shimano wrong-way-round gears!! Yes, let’s turn everything round the wrong way, why not, and hey we can chuck brakes in it at the same time – rrrrrruuuuuubishhhhhh!
The fundamental core central to any IT operating system that requires it to be continually turned off and turned on again to let it even vaguely function. Utter rubbish.
Avid Juicies. Total bobbins.Posted 4 years agonicko74Member
LG TV remote controls that require you to jam down the button repeatedly to get any kind of result on the TV. You know that really pushing hard on it isn’t going to help in the long run, but it won’t work if you don’t.
North Face Goretex waterproof shoes that leak on your big toe after 6 months of wearing. RubbishPosted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
the up side always has a USB three prong logo on it
See above regarding Dell front ports
That’s a Dell problem, not a USB design problem.
Same as my Kenwood car head unit. It’s impossible to tell easily which way round the cable needs to be when inserting it.
the paddle does have advantages such as being able to use with quite a shallow draft but for me the propellor will always be a more efficient means of aquatic propulsion
While that’s certainly true, somebody had to actually invent the the propellor first, unfortunately, paddles came first, for very obvious reasons.Posted 4 years agochivesMember
String. What the F*** is the point of string? It has no structural properties; if you tie a knot in it it WILL work loose; it breaks if you look at it sideways; and to make matters worse you can NEVER find any when you want it!!
I would have to disagree, having recently lashed together two skin on frame kayaks! Cordage is great.
The Display Port on my Lenovo W500 which doesn’t carry audio however, is the biggest oversight in the digital age. Cockbobbins.Posted 4 years ago
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