20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

More often than not, we encounter things that could use some improvement, like those awkward gaps between public restroom stalls. But sometimes you get lucky and find an object or place that was so wonderfully made, you’re left amazed by it. Acdor is bringing you some photos that prove how incredible things can get when someone goes the extra mile to do the best job possible.

1. The perfect public bathroom door

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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2. The joy of never having to eat stale cereal ever again!

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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3. USB chargers in every chair at an airport? Is this a dream?

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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4. We’re in the golden age for avoiding germs in public restrooms.

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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5. A public bench with an extendable middle piece that acts as a table for 2 people

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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6. If buckets had a king or queen, this would be it.

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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7. The days of not being 100% comfortable using your phone while it charges are gone.

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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8. Let’s rejoice for all the bags not falling to the ground!

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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9. A bar that has a frosted strip to rest your drink on so it stays cold

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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10. The time has come: no more turning on the lights instead of the fan!

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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11. The next step is making ties that also allow you to clean your glasses.

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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12. “This restaurant has little windows in the table so you won’t spill on your phone.”

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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13. An elevator with giant buttons you can press with your feet for when your hands are full

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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14. Keeping your private parking space to yourself has never been easier!

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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15. Coffee breaks have reached a whole new level.

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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16. Barking spaces

Parking spaces for dogs outside an Ikea in Berlin #BrilliantIdea 🐶 pic.twitter.com/Lc1YDoESkC

— GarethJeffersonJones (@GarethJeffJones) July 31, 2016

17. So much confusion would be avoided if these were in all fitting rooms.

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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18. Can you imagine the number of mishaps that have been avoided?

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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19. Calling for a waiter or asking for the check doesn’t have to be frustrating or loud ever again.

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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20. “My hotel room had a heated panel behind the bathroom mirror to stop it from steaming up after a shower.”

20 Times People Showed What It Meant to Do a Job Right

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Which of these things do you think should absolutely exist everywhere? Have you seen any other awesome things we should know about? Talk to us about it in the comments — we’ll be waiting to hear from you!

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