You know, I’ve had a lot of jobs over the years. Some long term, some short. All sorts of disciplines and areas of expertise, or a complete lack thereof.

But whatever I do, I strive for excellence. I just wanna do it right, if only to prove that I can. I think most of us feel this way, which is why it can be so jarring to watch someone with a single job to do completely biff it somehow.

That’s the entire gist behind r/OneJob, where we collectively memorialize the job that was supposed to be done, and the thing that now stands in its place.

10. PlayBox

Meanwhile Nintendo doesn’t even have a seat at the table.

9. In memory

Whoa whoa spoilers, I haven’t even seen three through ten yet.

8. Reduce, reuse, recycle

The most vital step toward a more sustainable future is clear communication.

7. In case of emergency

I feel like this is the beginning of a Saw movie and it’s just Jigsaw taunting everybody.

6. The key

What if I don’t wanna be fri? You can’t tell me what to do.

5. Sly like a fox

He’s in disguise. He knows exactly what he’s doing.

4. New paint job

Can we like coordinate on our stencils or whatever?

3. You put the lime in the box, you nut

And shake it all up.

2. The Liren Kring

Scar! Brother! Save me!

1. Cheese on the side

Lactose intolerant people be like.

Here’s hoping they all found jobs they could do a little bit better.

Have you ever failed big at your one job?

Tell us about it in the comments.