Not that he could have done much to stop it -- it was a neighbor who accidentally car-punched the house, the ensuing damage hilariously pulverizing the Pooles' fresh renovation like a cartoon rabbit knocking over a sand castle. And since the car is now structurally imperative to holding up the shambles it created, the returning parents got to witness firsthand exactly what a kitchen sink looks like embedded in a tire.
But hey, at least they're getting a free hotel stay out of this. Double vacation!
All of Your Worldly Possessions, Gone
Picture coming home after a long day at work and hanging your coat on the rack, only to find there's no rack. In fact, there's no nothing, because it's all gone, like you never lived there in the first place. That was the existential nightmare an IT employee in New York recently walked into when he returned to his apartment to find that every scrap of his life had evaporated into thin air. Not just the good stuff -- everything, from personal photographs to the contents of his sink.
"Well, at least I don't have to do the dishes."
Assuming he had been struck by the most obsessive-compulsive thief imaginable, our hero did what any of us would do and called the cops ... whose reaction was to laugh their asses off, because they'd never seen anything like this.
The mystery was finally solved when his landlord admitted that he had called a cleaning crew to remove and destroy the belongings of another apartment, boiling down the obliteration of his entire material existence to some guy mistaking the letter "D" for the letter "B."
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