Someone Doesn`t Know How Locks Work [Pic]

Submitted by: Bunny_Killer 6 years ago Funny

Anyone else see anything wrong here?
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Male 6,694
Really ?
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Female 282
@regalia13 - plausible argument, however, if that were the case, there wouldn`t be so much slack on the chain that it could hang down like that. I`ve had to use this kind of chain to lock my bike, and when there was barely enough slack, the links would be tight together and make a more uniform ring shape. There`s plenty of slack that they should be able reach the link without the twist tie.
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Female 5,222
lol
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Male 351
"He`d be really locky to have no one break into his meth lab."


better zip it before someone finds out.
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Male 2,229
the link with the zip tie looks to have "attack" by a bolt cutter

if they want in badly enough, a cut zip tie is way easier to replace than a chain or chain links.

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Male 2,619
he he I didnt see it at first.
Then I was like ROFLMAO
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Male 315
He`d be really locky to have no one break into his meth lab.
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Male 51
Maybe he realised the chain was too long and decided to shorten it... And... hmmm... accidentally brought a zip-loc instead of the key to the lock???
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Male 4,004
Hey everyone, it`s because the guy uses a zip tie and a lock together. Pick one or the other. /troll

Many of you are on the trolltrain to failtown.
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Male 103
kinda looks like this is the side with the hinge. so it never seperates anyways. right?
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Male 758
Don`t underestimate the strength of zip-ties. I`ve got some holding up the exhaust system on the driver`s side of my truck.
The other half has a coat hanger involved...
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Male 2,988
What do you mean they cut though the chain last night? No worries, I have a fool proof plan...
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Male 5,194
[quote]What everyone has failed to realize is that if he were to simply get rid of the three disconnected links of chain and hook the look on the links that are still attached it would still work.[/quote]
What you fail to realize is that everyone realizes that.
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Male 698
The thing about that is it looks locked from the other side.
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Female 7,838
Should`ve used bailer twine.
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Male 573
You`re only as strong as your weakest link.
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Male 2,033
The link left of the zip tie is a perfect example of why weak people should not use bolt cutters.
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Male 770
Brilliant
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Male 3,076
no amount of duct tape and paper clips could get you out of this one!
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Male 36,511
Well, if you lost the key, and the zip-tie is not in plain sight, it still serves it`s purpose.
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Male 49
The one link has bolt cutter marks on it! LOL
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Male 243
if this was shopped why would you take a picture of a chained up gate?
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Male 322
"Saturday, January 15, 2011 2:38:24 AM
lolz, what is the point in having a massive strong chain if your just gonna replace a chink with a zip tie "

Hello Captain Obvious, where have you been today?
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Male 997
Shopped! I`ve seen a lot of shops in my day and I can tell because of the pixels, its in the pixels people!
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Female 3,001
lolz, what is the point in having a massive strong chain if your just gonna replace a chink with a zip tie
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Male 1,178
hahaha, judging by the comments on here, most people are also too retarded to know how a chain lock works...
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Male 1,505
"who the drat was stupid enough to do this?"

Probably an intellectual braintrust on par with the people that are convinced we need an explanation as to what is wrong with this picture.
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Male 10
I think too many people are focused on the extra link... and not on the zip tie.
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Male 191
looks more fun if someone really tries to break that lock!
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Female 697
That extra was probably used cause without it, the strand was too small, but both extra links werent needed so they just tied that one extra link...?
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Male 25,416
ha ha ha! Failed indeed!
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Male 2,748
lmao, i could probably kick that and break it...
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Female 423
fail
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Male 83
blckhawk1234 are you kidding me shes perfect! i think im in love lol
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Male 518
@sexbobomb

it`s okay. Just do not reproduce.
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Female 282
@regalia13 - plausible argument, however, if that were the case, there wouldn`t be so much slack on the chain that it could hang down like that. I`ve had to use this kind of chain to lock my bike, and when there was barely enough slack, the links would be tight together and make a more uniform ring shape. There`s plenty of slack that they should be able reach the link without the twist tie.
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Male 462
uhh how hard is it to solder a chain link to another one for god`s sake.
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Male 4,793
Hahaha it took me a little while to see it :-P

In my defense, I was expecting the chain rigging to be pointless (ex. wrapping the chain around something that allows it to be easily slid off)
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Male 133
I`m gonna guess they lost the key and cut the chain. The zip tie is just as effective as a lock though. Anybody can cut a chain or lock pretty quickly if they want. Locks actually only work on honest people anyway.
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Male 707
@SexBobOmb
it`s okey, you`re hot <3 ;)
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Male 4,746
And the weakest link is...
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Female 212
@bawbzilla- It`s possible the chain itself isn`t long enough and there wouldn`t be enough slack to connect the chain.
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Female 62
-looks at the picture-
hmmm.
-looks again-
a zip tie to hold 2 links together....
-stares at the picture-
i don`t get....OH! you could just cut the tie and the huge lock would have no real Significance!

yeah i`m slow^-^
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Male 4
What everyone has failed to realize is that if he were to simply get rid of the three disconnected links of chain and hook the look on the links that are still attached it would still work.
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Female 84
If I hadn`t seen the actual lock underneath, I would have said `only the fires of Mordor will break this chain now` :(
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Male 1,815
Considering you can get past most security measures like this with a single tool or by simple climbing, the real fail here is thinking that these measures will prevent people from taking your poo.
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Male 634
Maybe they just want to keep the gate closed and prevent it from blowing open in the wind rather than trying to keep people out.
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Male 229
the biggest lock, with the smallest zap strap... awesome. Some peoples kidz...
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Male 84
Either the key had been lost and the owner used that as a temporary way for it to at least LOOK locked up from a distance.

Or, as someone suggested on another website, was done after a theft so passers by don`t see a lock and chain hanging off the gate.
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Male 670
who the drat was stupid enough to do this?
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Male 1,107
Hurrr.
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Male 2,506
For those of you missing it, notice how the two links don`t intertwine.
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Male 127
The lock would easily reach the unbroken part of the chain so why bother with that?
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Female 839
i think the link couldn`t reach the padlock, so they had to join it to the broken link with that plastic thing, if that makes any sense
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Male 17,512
Shottyb: A lighter would melt that plastic in seconds.
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Female 290
This is the funniest fail in a long time.
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Male 730
"HAve u ever tried pulling those tie wraps apart?? Id say stronger than a lock.. LOL"

Awesome.
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Male 10,845
This chain link fence...

<puts on sunglasses>

...has the weakest link.


YYYYYEEEEEAAAAHHHH!!!!
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Male 2,056
he didn`t even clip off the rest of it
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Female 8,044
@Shottyb
have you ever heard of scissors? or knives perhaps?
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Male 633
Nothing wrong here...
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Male 2,441
But you can cut them Shotty..
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Male 705
I don`t see it.
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Male 13
HAve u ever tried pulling those tie wraps apart?? Id say stronger than a lock.. LOL
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Male 15,510
Spot the weakest link!
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Female 321
Oh, I definitely don`t see anything wrong here....yep. >->
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Male 2,402
It`s the redneck anti-theft protection system! Didn`t you guys know that?
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Male 82
Link: Someone Doesn`t Know How Locks Work [Pic] [Rate Link] - Anyone else see anything wrong here?
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