Bees will do what bees will do. They're 'supposed' to be building straight comb along the frame.
These guys built crooked and started 4 combs on this one frame.
I cut out the wonky comb in the first hive to get them going straight. Next time I checked, they had built crooked again - only three combs instead of four. That's progress, but still..... This time I left it. It's in a super that'll be harvested and crushed, so who cares. It's not worth the aggravation to me or the bees now.
The upside down comb I left. It's an inefficient way to construct comb and the bees know it. Last time I peeked, they had corrected and were happily building the right way.