1. The Future According to a Random German Margarine Company, 1930
While humanity has always attempted to predict the future, it's rarely accurate. This illustrated card from a set distributed by a German Margarine company is, surprisingly, more accurate than most -- which is to say, still not very accurate.
We'll give them 5 points for predicting video calls -- however, we're deducting: 3 points for the clunky gear; 3 points for the disgusting jumpsuits; 5 points for assuming we would still tolerate wires; 2 points for overestimating the popularity of what we hope is lemonade; and another 2 points for the ugly hats. Oh, and -15 points for using plastic straws, you monsters.