15 Stair Design Fails That May Cost You An Arm And A Leg!

The basic need of stair is to climb or go down. But this article will feature some stair design that may directly land you on a wheelchair! Scroll down!

Only the firm footed will survive

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Just imagine you miss a step and your missed foot slide into the vacant space between them. So, satisfying!

When you let Satan choose the fact

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You’re drunk and you’re dared to go down these stairs. You would roll for real.

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I will give you a path and you decide where you want to go!

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Somebody may have shuffled the blueprint of the infrastructure.

“Use Fire escape stairs they said”

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Well, this staircase is clearly symbolic for a person’s chance of survival.

Should we use All-terrain wheelchair?

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This also means that no humans are allowed.

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Step with care at a Movie theatre

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Boys that was a great mov-aaaahhhhh……… thud.

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Alternating tread stairs

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Left-hander here, the last time I encountered this kind of stair, it took me 10 seconds before I was able to take the first step.

We got a short-story for this

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Well, these aren’t stairs. They are decorative waterfalls and guess what one of my friends walked through this and fell! I was laughing my ass off!

I wanna be staircase when I grow up!

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For now, it’s a ladder. Evolution will help it to be a staircase.

Aesthetic over design

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Imagine falling down those steps with sharp corners stabbing you in your kidneys.

What and why?

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Just a stacked up wood bundle. We need to hire a woodpecker to demolish it.

My shins just ache by looking over it

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Hell is just razer scooter whips to your ankles.

Must be for pets and children

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Can’t stop thinking of how they managed to get the bed and mattresses up there.

Looooong face

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The point of those perspective artworks is just that they don’t make sense unless you view it from a certain angle.

The Sign

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The sign is on the wrong side. Ughh. The person will see the useful sign after falling down.