66 Replies to “Instructions From Hell”

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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.

  5. 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

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

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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!!!!’

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

    i cant spell



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

    Me: cough


    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)


  12. 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

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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!

  16. 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

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

  18. 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!

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