Hall of Technical Documentation Weirdness

Collection by Darren Barefoot

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On this board, I collect wacky, bizarre, surreal and otherwise strange examples of technical documentation, particularly illustration. Submissions are welcome. I'm looking for the inexplicable, the surreal and the strange. Email me at darren at darrenbarefoot dot com if you've got something to share.

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How to pour liquid from a carton properly. I remember learning this in my automotive class for pouring oil into the crankcase. It doesn't burp because the air is allowed to flow. Embedded Image Permalink, Getting Organized, Technical Documentation, Food Science, Baking Tips, Homework, Illustration, Flow, Life Hacks

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“How to pour liquid from a carton properly, as explained by a Japanese diagram. Life now improved immeasurably.”

"Using this water heater will send you straight to hell. Possibly via your colon." (Thanks, Michael) Technical Documentation, Laughter, Weird, Typography, Writing, Water, Funny, People, Letterpress

"Using this water heater will send you straight to hell. Possibly via your colon." (Thanks, Michael)

"Cows may affect local gravity conditions". Technical Documentation, Cows, Submissive, Fun Stuff, Thankful, Animal, Signs, Pay Attention, Shop Signs

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“@dbarefoot- For the hall.., this was at Canadian Agriculture Museum”

'How to flea cats' by Boudewijn Bjelke. Technical Documentation, Fleas, Weird, Thankful, Let It Be, Comics, Cats, Fun Things, Illustration

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I love the video treatment at the top this page. Technical Documentation, Internet, Neon Signs, Social Media, My Love, Top, Goal, The World, Group

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"Only operate in the presence of an Alsatian". Thanks to Ian for this. Technical Documentation, Alsatian, Submissive, Weird, Thankful, People, Outlander, People Illustration, Folk

"Only operate in the presence of an Alsatian". Thanks to Ian for this.

Funny pictures about Beware of klämrisk! Oh, and cool pics about Beware of klämrisk! Also, Beware of klämrisk! Funny Images, Funny Pictures, Elevator Door, Lisa Johnson, Sofa King, Good Humor, Try Not To Laugh, The More You Know, Life Humor

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“.@dbarefoot do you still collect bizarre signs? Warning on an elevator in Sweden. I walked in very carefully...”

My erection doesn't look anything like this. Should I be worried? Technical Documentation, I Am Worried, Submissive, No Worries, Knowledge, Consciousness, Facts

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What do you suppose these buttons do? Are they options? From Rick. Technical Documentation, Submissive, Buttons, Phone Cases, Knots, Plugs, Phone Case

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"Danger: Fingers may fall off if unmonitored. Technical Documentation, Submissive, Fingers, People, Finger, People Illustration, Folk

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An admirably terse diagram. Though, the "OK" symbol is incomplete--where's the dog? Jim, who sent this in, explains that the French version offers a textual variation--it reads "BON" (good) and "MAUVAIS" (bad). Technical Documentation, The Ok, Infographics, Diagram, Symbols, French, Dog, Infographic, French People

An admirably terse diagram. Though, the "OK" symbol is incomplete--where's the dog? Jim, who sent this in, explains that the French version offers a textual variation--it reads "BON" (good) and "MAUVAIS" (bad).

Apparently there's no holding hands in Paris. The French are such Puritans. (Thanks, Chris) Technical Documentation, Wise Words, Holding Hands, Weird, Thankful, Social Media, French, Paris, Hand In Hand

Apparently there's no holding hands in Paris. The French are such Puritans. (Thanks, Chris)

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