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Not to bore you only with Optical Illusions and Magic Tricks, here’s a little assigment for you: for your Mighty Homework contruct this object. When you do so – be sure to send it to us, to convince us you did it!

Instructions From Hell

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65 Responses
  1. Lukey Dukes says:

    It is impossible to make this since the middle piece looks like it’s connected to the Trichotometic support. But In fact, it does not exist.

  2. Meg says:

    No duh, Lukey-have you noticed yet why it’s called the Instructions from Hell? Every single one of the objects mentioned is impossible to make without the help of camera perspective!

  3. Farted says:

    The middle piece is non-existable. So is the screw. (hexnut) It’s all twisted. Now I know why it’s called the instructions of Hell.

  4. Dutch Master says:

    i dont get it :(
    am me stupid?

  5. Dancer says:

    When I first saw this in the around 1968 there was an entire instruction manual that came with it. The instructions read “in order to tighten the nut you must loosen it”, it was a big hit as we used new fangled Xerox machines to make copies.

  6. caff says:

    are u all droids. the sight is about illusions. yes dutch master u is stupid

  7. Jokken says:

    And so is your polished grammar, caff.

  8. BARBARA says:

    if u look @ all th enumbers it has a total of three six. making it 666

  9. Paper says:

    the retangle is also messed up

  10. Hai says:

    why shpuld i listen to hell?

  11. some guy says:

    the 3 things i found wrong.

    1. rectangle- it is curved
    2. the nut- it is curved like the rectangle
    3. the three things that go into the hole- only 2 exsist.
    and 4. my brain

  12. niki says:

    lol Barbara!!!

  13. niki says:

    I don’t see how this is a toy

  14. nerd says:

    i love the fact that you need 3.1416 of the “ambihelical hexnut”… coz thats pi (hehe)

  15. M 2 the H O says:

    lol barbra, lol nerd, but i like the fact that it says 0.0633ft as a width mesurment

  16. maz payne lol says:

    the middle thing in the thingy is not really there so the thing cant go in the rectangle thingy and this site rocks =D

  17. mike says:

    shit that made me laugh

  18. Whitley says:

    the ambihelical hexnut and the rectabular extrusion bracket are possible. They’re essentially one-sided shapes… A version of the one-sided circle we learned in fourth grade. You can take a strip of paper and make it into a loop… but turn one end halfway around before you tape it shut. It makes a one-sided three-dimensional object. You could do the same with the AH and RE. Huzzah, i am smart.

  19. Tundraazul says:

    Also the nut is length of pi, 3.14149265359…., just rounded

  20. Red. says:

    haha, this thing is cool, another thing no one seems to have picked up is that there is one metric measurement and one imperial.

  21. Dave says:

    I made one once, but it broke.

  22. Matt says:

    yo nerd and Tundraazul pi is 3.141592654 3.1416 or 3.14149265359. + +
    -
    …….

  23. asdfk says:

    psh I can totally make that.

    and that was a joke for all you idiots who couldn’t tell :)

  24. Anonymous says:

    X= Put it in tho holes =X

  25. Tori says:

    what are we trying to make anyways?

  26. Anonymous says:

    weejoo guys what’s with this fckin’ serious talk?
    it’s just a game…

  27. Lea says:

    Looks like the prompt for my philosophy final.

  28. ummm says:

    Umm, is it just me or is this possible to make? You could have the pieces look like that when u look at them from a certain angle… otherwise, that’s impossible. anyways, im not trying it.

  29. The Ultimate says:

    you are all stupid i can do it. ha ha that sright i just called all of you stupid. he he he

  30. Anonymous says:

    this is soooooooo stupid I came here for optical illusions not some of this crap

  31. Anonymous says:

    Whitley u confusing I’m like 13 and my brain is like a big X it has no comprehension

  32. Anonymous says:

    Yes, Whitley you are smart and have earned a celebratory biscuit. It’s called a Mobius Loop. I like the range of responses it has caused. Makes a pleasant change from, ‘Yo, got it, cool!!!!’

  33. g says:

    has anybody noticed that the font used is Verdana? doesn’t that tell you something?

  34. Jacque Chiraque says:

    Chuck Norris can make that.

  35. YouKnow says:

    M.C. Escher

  36. Tori says:

    Anonymous-whats with your potty mouth? We all know its a game!

  37. christian staebler says:

    Hey ! Nobody noticed that this was clearly influenced (if not copied) from dutch artist Escher ! This guy was amazing in creating illusions and a talented artist too :
    http://www.worldofescher.com/store/posters.html

  38. Pokemon Fan says:

    I am going CRAZY from this mathematic talk!!!! XD

  39. James says:

    Whitely – It is a mobius strip, a one sided 3d object.

  40. Anonymous says:

    I am in IB-phisics year 2 and IB- Calculus year 2 and i no thats not possible not even plausable

    i cant spell

    GO ESCHER!

  41. FANFICTION WRITER 13 says:

    THE ULTIMATE:

    Shadow: How dare you call yourself’the ultimate’! I am the ultimate life form!

    Me: cough

    Shadow:sorry

    Me: In my reality in which many of my stories take place in, things like this do exist! This is in reality: dimension 13

    (Yes, the reality is called dimension 13)

    lol

  42. i*is*awesome says:

    yo this is easy i solved it in like 5 seconds

  43. DaniDoll says:

    AH!!!!! I CAN FEEL MY BRAIN MELTING!!!!(seirously im only 10)
    P.S. im not freaky!
    -Gwynnie

  44. Anonymous says:

    if you put it upsidedown on a table turn it 84degrees, you then can understand that the side of that is the one that is forming the other side of the correct side when placed properly. now i am going to stand on my head and spit wooden nickles. good night

  45. FOX McCLOUD says:

    i think ive built that…

    (my sister, vixen) its so wierd!

  46. I know things says:

    k well if any if you found out this whatever it is doesnt make anything its nothing its not reall thats the whole problem THIS THING IS NOT INSTRUCTIONS TO ANYTHING

  47. Vincent says:

    one thing that is also f’d up is the mesuearments if u look at the bolt measurement it says feet and the square thing is cemtimeters

  48. dna: national dyslexics assoctiation says:

    Lolz, my brain has a party at that sight, it’s astronomically exciting and i have no idea.
    and my name, well, don’t ask.
    soon coming in a different language!!
    oh, and I’m 10 to!
    :D

  49. Anonymous says:

    WHO CAME UP WITH THOSE STUPID INSTRUCTIONS?

  50. Rakhtael says:

    lol @ dna: national dyslexics assoctiation’s name, and what should the verdana font tell me?

  51. Skate200 says:

    Awesome. It’s just as possible as lawyers can turn up in heaven, wich is IMPOSSIBLE.

  52. Ana-maria says:

    impossible means im/possible

  53. tyler says:

    its like 3 litel pepol that i can take up to heven all thow i dont get how you … getthme up with out putig the maignet closer

  54. I_Ganked_JFK says:

    looks more like u need to put the trichotometric indicator support on the top part, oh wait, WHICH ONE IS THE TOP PART!?!?! AH!

  55. Brandon says:

    This one is sweet!

  56. Stella says:

    LOL

    I love how the impossible nut squeezed it’s way in there, too!

  57. victoria says:

    wow its so cool,love it so much,so good guys,your so cool!!!rock n’roll!

  58. Grace says:

    I’ve seen poorer written instructions. But still, these are really instructions from h*ll

  59. Grace says:

    btw, the little nuts are pi! Pi is 3.1415blahblah until your dead and you aren’t halfway done.

  60. Suor de Sapo says:

    LOL __ 5 Star!!!

  61. DJ 9mm says:

    Please… Make it stop… My brain hurts

    ;_;

  62. Rick says:

    Wow! This exact illusion (the names and all) is to least 40 years old. This brings back memories! I believe I was in high school when I first saw the trichotometric indicator support, the rectabular excrusion bracket, and the ambihelical hexnuts – and I graduated in 1969!

    Thanks for the walk down memory lane!

  63. maria jackson says:

    IMPOSSIBLE

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