Bad Designs, part 1, answers and photo credits

  • The juice container is called a carton.
  • It’s a type of plug called an adaptor. You could also call it a charger.
  • Those are biscuits in the packet. We pronounce this word as ‘biskits’.
  • Most people now call it a sink. Some people say basin (pronounced ‘bayson’) when it’s a sink in the bathroom.
  • It’s called a double decker train.

I borrowed these photos, and here are links to the owners:

Apple juice, by Jon Seidman (CC BY 2.0): https://www.flickr.com/photos/jonseidman1988/4754332750/in/photolist-8f8cuj-9vDK8u-7KpewB-7GWc6d-KqNQx7-GtMXub-nYCavR-6P246K-ahAW4t-ohGh7x-MxM2st-4tKaVa-LfKzK6-diyTLo-4tvUPK-MQESLE-bm3ZYL-NKhZcy-nkHwSP-6mjLRT-X5pAb-4vGmUS-8xjcTh-6h72qi-6VyAGv-nbuP4Z-8AiC1J-p477HS-niXnA1-niXnoC-nnLpvZ-bmLD7L-nkHsjS-e2ew6a-7iy8ou-nkZUnV-nkHsRy-unfbHB-dMbRyh-8ydvb4-5Ny8BS-6kg6qw-YCzFLW-9AQHZA-2ifP4KR-7cLEZg-2M6Tf-QaV2Xb-iMCGRz-FiiBrf

OLPC US power adaptor, by morgancollett (CC BY-SA 2.0): https://www.flickr.com/photos/21532424@N05/2088125339/in/photolist-4bwbV2-xTe5FX-E4MxdE-E4LgmG-EnGyTr-DyuT3a-EktUnW-DycPyG-DXq8i2-DyxBXK-EktXf9-EtzZY9-224uotd-DycSpw-voERMo-Dybqps-226JHqG-DycQa1-EtA1hq-DycQeQ-DXq6T8-E4Mzfq-EtBrqQ-bQBJJH-PjbEGv-MuWr6P-Nk91mV-Nk8yzp-NsPjmg-22QyzuM-6jgM8x-8zBVvL-dmBSHc-Nhuxuf-Mv5Gr3-ynUHZa-NsPvSH-Nk9og6-Npyyyo-7C3Uuh-ANSsSv-y6qT7L-N1rcdJ-bBH3Cq-8PtLeZ-NpyQCs-NhtZgs-Mv5fS7-MuVYB6-Nk8gRV

Griffins, by Bycroft Boy (Public Domain): https://www.flickr.com/photos/bycroftboy/48863427707/in/photolist-2hrTQFv-2jb8tE4-2hHvK5j-7W9ggD-2hVaFDT-2hHApEb-8kTvdG-8kQjJa-8kQjnv-2c35rxc-8kQiTX-2jbj1a3-8kQiYv-8kTuZq-dg4vrT-6fgLXR-EmBn4-apnbTx-dg4uMB-9aKAE9-2joFRkT-5VNJJn-2ehVvvi-t87zFh-6zA5EB-dGV6wm-zFqR8H-7zwxev-7hrrUa-jdcJ5-2iUK8md-7dxZGy-9YLj7h-5Yc9Zv-zFsMTn-4EZo9J-5LNgyv-3438Wc-z1TFF1-VZhkE-z29tSR-dEeiL9-Djevg-iZ4cfA-zXUDXk-HAoCBx-8RTbUS-91FeH2-365CvM-6Aws2D

Sink, by Krystle at www.homejobsbymom.com (CC BY 2.0): https://www.flickr.com/photos/76588981@N02/6900802531/in/photolist-bvNqaZ-bvNpuv-4B27Hw-mYqE6-4CQS96-9AGWuC-5VyFrx-8k4yd2-RkqYH-5wZkd1-yZHR-339SiD-zaqo-4vDYwu-2dGTrE-57jTak-4fzfEZ-dzWXK3-pKPCj-2ihce7V-2gk838U-2jHE7sf-L2CumV-ckHGuU-Pyx1-72K3fd-4k3s2j-vhvn2-2dCmM2-AC6xN-57jTf2-M8k7ea-9DF4fG-64Jzgs-4f9UhX-9fbTiM-nubvqT-5mxb7u-4f9S5B-4ffzy7-aCpKpC-4f9QEP-4fdQiL-4fdN3Q-bBAfV-djiHxQ-mtTCfB-Zs4HCc-EMUk9-4fdN37

Train, RE 5 to Emmerich at Remagen, by Joshua Brown (CC BY 2.0): https://www.flickr.com/photos/joshtechfission/19649192880/in/photolist-vWkftA-6d8kBx-8C347E-YUXuw3-25UZqzJ-FY2ZHp-3ZwTKF-BU8DjP-29FpQkV-6T2Een-ayRi2V-JvBssK-bawf3D-bAec2b-oTGkDq-d6quZ9-f1gy3f-BJwrEs-DyyRDK-GkL8A-aCUNFJ-vckTd3-HKEVZ8-YQ2wMN-6qQwo7-skaciM-6sBUpc-bJt1YK-9sHfVJ-22UtZhG-qkwGTb-2V44ee-AEfofM-7HMrCh-82VVxk-36uhZQ-7ERVYZ-7BCwHj-nxD7AH-8JcueC-ZRYjm9-7HFuwh-cLbpt-JaKdPz-29pAfwd-7PorCf-8HdDkV-HT4Tfe-Kafr7x-7bi6sT

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