Most of us usually just follow the rules of our schools and jobs without ever truly thinking about why they were ever put in place. While most rules are usually for safety and security purposes, every once in awhile someone tells you a rule that makes you wonder...how did this ever become an issue?
When a recent Reddit user asked, "What rule was implemented because of you?" rule breakers and rule innovators were definitely ready to share. Did you cheat the system so hard that someone had to change the structure of the game? Relish in your legacy, rebels!
Bus drivers should check the seats on the bus for sleeping children before locking them and leaving them in the parking garage.
At Boy Scout Summer Camp, as a Scoutmaster. "No campfire flames higher than 24 inches." Turns out that if you make a five foot tower out of ONLY the 1/4" dowels from small American flags, you get a straight and narrow column of flame about 30 ft high. I was the Clark Griswold of scoutmasters.