1. A pet cat decided to hide in a box just before it was loaded in the truck. Everyone thought the cat had run off. Wife blames husband. Lots of tears. Couple of days later, homeowners start unpacking boxes and cat pops out. Wife apologizes to husband.
2. Seller's close on sale of home, but aren't required to give possession until 48 hours after closing. Sellers begin the move out process. Movers proceed to back up truck on the driveway, promptly back into garage door and roof line over garage. Thousands in damage to the home they no longer owned, and the contract provided for a $350/day fine for failing to give possession within 48 hours of closing. The good news: Buyer's insurance paid for most of the damage. The Seller paid the deductible, and the Buyer waived the $350/day fine.
3. New homeowner's arrive to move into newly built home, but are told the 80' long concrete driveway is still 'curing' and that they shouldn't back a heavy moving truck on the driveway until the next day. That's not an option so they start unloading and walking the contents on moving dollies up to the home. About 15 minutes into that, a major thunderstorm develops bringing lightning, hail, and flash flooding with it. No good news on this one. It was just a bad day for all concerned.
I bet we could put together a coffee table book with all the answers you'll get on this one!