Remember the scene in The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh when Pooh Bear gets himself stuck in the door to Rabbit's house, and he's there for so long that Rabbit begins to decorate around him? That scene is endlessly funny to me, and I'll bet I'm not alone.
Similarly, it seems like every day real-life people find new and interesting ways to get themselves stuck somewhere, and the results are often hilarious.
It all starts at a young age.
But some people just never grow up.
You definitely need to be careful with long dresses.
And maybe just wanna avoid doing anything stupid in general.
Trying to recapture your youth can have some drastic consequences.
Sometimes the animal kingdom gets in on the fun too.
In fact, cats are REALLY good at it.
Keep going for more ridiculous pictures of people getting stuck.
Of course, we've all had that fear of trying to get through the bus doors.
I always thought quicksand was going to be a huge problem in my life. Thanks for nothing, cartoons.
Is your phone really worth all that trouble?
Looks like this stunt could've gone better...
He just wanted a prize that badly.
I have no idea how they thought they could fit through there.
You should probably leave traveling via chimney to Santa Claus...
...How? How did this happen?
Which of these pictures was the most unbelievable?
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