Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener
    11:06 Deals

    Unreal Prime Day deal gets you a MyQ smart garage opener and a $40 Amazon credit for $17

  2. Amazon Dash Smart Shelf
    15:16 Deals

    I’m obsessed with this Amazon gadget you’ve never heard of – and it&#821…

  3. Prime Day Deals 2021
    04:05 Deals

    Amazon Prime Day deals 2021: See hundreds of the best deals right here

  4. Amazon Prime Day Deals 2021
    12:56 Deals

    Amazon just announced a ton of new deals for day 2 of Prime Day

  5. Best Prime Day Deals
    17:36 Deals

    The 15 best Prime Day deals you can still get right now




If Ikea made the Börder Wåll for Donald Trump, it’d look like this

February 6th, 2017 at 2:48 PM
Ikea Börder Wåll Manual

Donald Trump is extremely determined to build a wall along the US border with Mexico, and he wants to force Mexico to pay for it. It’s unclear how these things will happen, but Trump insists the wall will be built. We already wrote about how monumental such an endeavor would be, how much it would cost, and how long it would take to build. But what if Ikea was to manufacture the wall, complete with the furniture maker’s signature instructions for assembly?

Yes, this is a yet another joke at the Trump administration’s expense, but it’s a hilarious one — at least, it’s hilarious if you’ve ever had to assemble any piece of Ikea furniture.

The Börder Wåll, imagined by The Postillion, is priced at $9,999,999,999.99 “significantly cheaper” than a conventional wall that would cost between $15 billion to $25 billion to make.

“The simple, Scandinavian designed border wall (with a 5-year guarantee) is primarily made of pressboard with a birch effect and can be assembled with the help of a hex key,” The Postillion explains. “A 12,000-page instruction manual with easy-to-understand pictures makes construction child’s play – as long as there is not a single screw missing.”

The basic model is 33 feet tall and 1,954 miles long, but height and length can be extended. The manual explains that it requires at least two people to assemble it, including one person to “hold the wall while the second screws it together.”

The Ikea Börder Wåll can be picked up in a van, in neatly assembled packages that contain a few million pieces. However, the package only includes a single hex key needed to construct it, so the Trump administration — or the Mexican government — should definitely buy a few spares.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.




Popular News