Perfectionists At Work: 30 Examples You Need To See

Are those tanks?

Purple power

How are you supposed to get them out?

A web of cables

I can’t even…

I’d pull the two shirts showing their eyes

It’s like an igloo made from wood

The Studley Tool Chest *salute*

That blue pigment is calling out to me

It’s nt 100%. Good.

What line are you wearing? Rainbow

It’s a world of containers

Well, how would you park the cars then?


Must. Move. Hangers.

Hypnotic cardboards

Mario 3D

I can work with this

Mother of…

Someone’s ambitious

Wrenches, wrenches everywhere

I believe that aside from our reaction towards cuteness, we are inclined to introduce chaos to perfection. In other words, we just can’t let perfection stay… perfect. If something is organized too neatly, we go near it, look at it then subsconsciously ruin some, small, part of the perfection, so that it becomes imperfect.

Early morning aisles look like this

You have probably read about the scientific reason why we want to hug or squeeze something insanely cute or adorable – to death. The condition is called cute aggression. It is a response that seemed extreme, but is necessary for the mind to cope with seeing something extremely adorable, like a cute puppy.

Someone really likes their job here

Don’t believe me? Let’s try this experiment. There are 30 examples of perfection at work shown below. When you look at every picture, do you feel this sudden urge to want to remove something from the pile, to disrupt the perfect work done there? Be honest.

Orange cable connected to the green cable

Leave the paint, I want this palette instead

Book tower launches rocket… I mean, books

No way the kids left things like this

So how did you do? Bar a few exceptions, these displays of extreme organization are just asking to be ruined, are they not? On the outside, well-organized stock displays help people find what they want to buy quickly but is that really how it works? Don’t you think that maybe, just maybe, these organized displays, like the triggers of cute aggression, activate our need to ruin a perfect display, by removing a piece off the rack, and buying it?

Will you grab from the top or the bottom?

This book tower will last forever because Calculus.

Boxes in every color you know and don’t know

No brown? Or purple? Pffft

How did they make the hands?

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