"The devil is in the details" has always been one of my favorite sayings. I'm not exactly Sherlock Holmes when it comes to noticing minute details, but I do try my best, and I certainly appreciate just how much one can learn by observing them. For example, noticing a ring on someone's finger could indicate if they're married/have a family, and the type of stone could potentially tell you other things (such as birth month, if it's a birthstone).
I always enjoy doing puzzles that test my powers of observation too, for obvious reasons. It's fun to see how quickly I can sift through all the details to find what I need. We've run a number of posts on Wimp that were made to test your eyes and tease your brain. Here's one that probably wasn't designed to be a trick (more on this later), but is a puzzling image nonetheless.
Recently, a user on Reddit posted this image of a model home in South Carolina. The picture was captioned, "They had one job." Can you see what's wrong with this house?
It looks pretty normal, there's trash cans, windows, doors, walls, roof, etc. All the standard things you'd expect from a house are there. It looks like a very nice, well-built home, right?
I'll admit it took me a little while, but I finally figured it out. The problem with this house is ... the driveway! It doesn't lead to the garage door!
So what gives? Is this a case of a seriously unprofessional construction crew, or something else? Well, as some other Redditors in the thread explained, this driveway was most likely built that way on purpose. Since this is a model home, the driveway sits to the side as parking for clients while the garage is used as a sales office. Once the rest of the neighborhood has been sold and the model home is finally put on the market, the driveway will be corrected.
Additionally, some developers like to build the model home in a way that "traps" clients into going through the sales office prior to being able to see the rest of the home.