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  • Miss Piggy's Luv-a-Cop Telethon

    Shut Up and Say Something!
    17 Dec 2014 | 10:30 pm
    Just $10.00 donated for every scumbag these noble cops put in jail will stop the tears!by Thomas George18 December 2014. Allison, Iowa. Scoff-laws of America, beware! You won't be breaking the law around here anymore, because law-enforcement has got your number. McGruff the Crime Dog has already put away over 2,300,000--that's two-million, three-hundred thousand!--lawbreakers. Human being-type people--gone wrong! That's the number of men and women presently locked up in American prisons and jails--more than any other nation in the entire history of evil-doing! We're beating the pants off…
  • Some Pups Love Dreaming of Those Belly Rubs

    Daily Squee
    17 Dec 2014 | 10:00 am
    Submitted by: (via www.youtube.com) Tagged: dogs , puppy , cute , belly rubs , Video Share on Facebook
  • What Would Happen if Dudes Wrote a Tampon Commercial?

    FAIL Blog
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:30 am
    Submitted by: (via Hammerkatz Nyu) Tagged: ads , tampons , funny , Video Share on Facebook
  • Police Car Boot FAIL

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    18 Dec 2014 | 3:51 am
  • Overachieving Loser says FML

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    Overachieving Loser
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:11 am
    Today, I had my midterm finals for AP Literature. My teacher had good news and bad news for us. The bad news? That he lost the file for our original exam and so had to make a harder exam for us. An exam he told us not to study for. The good news? "Jesus Christ suffered and died for our sins." FML
 
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  • Police Car Boot FAIL

    FAIL Blog Fun
    18 Dec 2014 | 3:51 am
  • Dawn Keye Diet

    FAIL Blog Fun
    17 Dec 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Plus a spelling FAIL! Loose!
  • Get Ready for Summer!

    FAIL Blog Fun
    17 Dec 2014 | 3:17 am
    Woohoo! Summer and warm weather are on their way!!! Get out your bathing suits ladies and gents!
  • WTF: Terrible Statue

    FAIL Blog Fun
    16 Dec 2014 | 3:09 pm
    Funny picture of a statue of a little boy hugging a guy and the guy isn’t in good positioning. WTF?
  • Getting Off with Your Lover

    FAIL Blog Fun
    16 Dec 2014 | 3:02 am
    Some Engrish Funny for you!
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  • Overachieving Loser says FML

    Overachieving Loser
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:11 am
    Today, I had my midterm finals for AP Literature. My teacher had good news and bad news for us. The bad news? That he lost the file for our original exam and so had to make a harder exam for us. An exam he told us not to study for. The good news? "Jesus Christ suffered and died for our sins." FML
  • drbckflps says FML

    drbckflps
    17 Dec 2014 | 4:48 pm
    Today, my mother-in-law asked for a copy of my son's death certificate so she could have her week-long island beach holiday classed as bereavement leave. FML
  • Recovering Alcoholic says FML

    Recovering Alcoholic
    17 Dec 2014 | 2:41 pm
    Today, half of my motivation to stop drinking is so that my tolerance will go down, because I currently can't actually afford enough alcohol to get even tipsy anymore. FML
  • Anonymous says FML

    Anonymous
    17 Dec 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Today, I felt a horrible pain while having sex with my wife, and I had to stop. I thought it was a hernia or something, but she called me a liar and accused me of everything from not finding her attractive, to me cheating on her. It turned out I had appendicitis. She still won't apologize. FML
  • RIP Turd (peacebeuponit) says FML

    RIP Turd (peacebeuponit)
    17 Dec 2014 | 10:47 am
    Today, I took a crap. When I stood up to admire my handiwork and flush, I noticed blood-red everywhere in the toilet. I freaked out like a little girl, thinking I was bleeding out of my ass. Then I noticed the ketchup packets my roommate had slipped under the seat to prank me. FML
 
 
 
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    Parent Fail

  • Don’t Feed the Baby to the Dog

    adminz
    17 Dec 2014 | 7:04 pm
    Newborn baby=Doggie Treat Sent in by Taylor R. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
  • Nude Photo Shoot

    admin
    16 Dec 2014 | 6:53 pm
    daughter behind her   Why this is a Parent Fail: Taking totally sexually provocative photos with your daughter sleeping in the background, Fail!!! Submitted by: Rodney Republished by Blog Post Promoter
  • Billboard Kids

    admin
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:41 pm
    From popular Mommy Blogger to making her kids be walking MLM bulletin boards. Why this is a Parent Fail: These are the kids of a former popular Mommy Blogger. She took her kids on a “business trip” for her multi-level marketing diet pills and plastered them in tattoos of the company logo. They flew home on an airplane looking like this! Submitted by: Anonymous Republished by Blog Post Promoter
  • Scary Baby Sitter

    adminz
    14 Dec 2014 | 6:16 pm
    Why this is a Parent Fail: Any parent who hired this lady would definitely be failing!   Submitted by: Kyle R.   Republished by Blog Post Promoter
  • I Should Have Been a Porn Star

    adminz
    13 Dec 2014 | 6:04 pm
    Why this is a Parent Fail: If I had a dollar for every Mom photo I am sent where the Mom is trying to be some sex icon in front of her kids. Nudity is one thing but this is pure sexual. Is it that hard to not do this in front of your kids, really? Submitted by: Mark C. (via failblog) Republished by Blog Post Promoter
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  • Frosting-Flooded Cookie Flops

    robyn
    17 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    So far, the only flaw I’ve found with chocolate chip cookies is that you can’t frost them like a birthday cake. Boo! But thanks to Cookies & Cups, I learned that you CAN mix them with birthday sprinkles and put a bunch of frosting inside the chocolate chip cookie, and now my life is immeasurably better. Except if I tried to make these – which I won’t because I don’t feel like getting up – but if I did, mother/daughter craftfailing team Allison and Caedran have fully illustrated exactly how my attempt would turn out: Oh well, I’ll take frosting…
  • How To Make a Chocolate-Coated Microwave

    robyn
    15 Dec 2014 | 8:50 am
    Mmm, chocolate! It’s good with everything – and it’s even better when you can whip it up quickly into brownie form in the microwave, like user ITSHALFFULL managed to do with this 1-minute brownie in a cup recipe on Spark Recipes. Or, as CraftFail reader Dylan probably calls it, a “1-minute chocolate soup everywhere but in the cup” recipe. What? Dipping sauce for your appliances? A microwave never looked so delicious! For more laughs, join Robyn at Hollow Tree Ventures – where she isn’t afraid to eat chocolate in front of the kids, but she is…
  • Deck the Dogs With Festive Decor

    robyn
    12 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
      Dog owners love getting their pets involved in the family’s holiday festivities, and come up with some seriously creative and cute photo opportunities for their furry friends. CraftFail reader Kimberly found this picture of two golden retrievers adorably adorned with Christmas lights and holiday headgear, and decided it would be the perfect scene to recreate with her doggies, which she refers to as these “two horrified black labs.” Perhaps best of all, she still used the pic for her Christmas card! Says Kimberly, “I even spelled Pinterest wrong on the card, so…
  • O Christmas Tree, How Crappy Are Your Branches

    robyn
    10 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    With my tendency to eat an entire gallon of ice cream in one sitting, I can see how a person could be left with a box of empty ice cream cones, wondering what to do with them now that all the Chocolate Chip Crunch was gone. One idea that’s especially crafty during the holidays is to disguise your cones as Christmas trees – that way people don’t start asking a lot of nosy questions, like, “Hey, why do we have all these pointy waffle cones and NO ICE CREAM?” She Knows has a great plan for turning them into edible Christmas trees – all you need to do is spread…
  • Holiday Class Craft Ha Has

    robyn
    8 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    You know who has it rough during the holidays? Well, everyone, but I’m specifically thinking of teachers right now; they’re challenged with instructing our kids AND orchestrating classroom holiday parties. And you know what classroom holiday parties mean, of course: crafts. And craft fails. Thanksgiving brings with it the opportunity for “Harvest Parties” where kids construct things like these turkey tails, but December brings another host of holiday fare. This hilarious email thread we just had to share shows the all-too-real process of planning a class party, and…
 
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  • Awkward Holiday Card Contest

    awkward
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:24 pm
    Whether it’s the forced smiles, the uncomfortable poses, or eating Dad, the annual holiday card is the perfect storm of awkwardness. And in honor of A Merry Friggin Christmas (available now on DVD, Blu Ray, On Demand or download it now on iTunes!), we are proud to present a gallery of our favorite awkward Holiday Cards. And if you have a cringe-worthy holiday card of your own, submit by 12/26 for the chance to win prizes including the Awkward Family Photos Postcard Book, DVDs, and a signed script by the entire cast of A Merry Friggin’ Christmas! (Read the rules here.) Submit your…
  • Nativity Scene

    awkward
    17 Dec 2014 | 4:44 pm
    Nailed it. (submitted by Mike) Nailed it. (submitted by Mike) The post Nativity Scene appeared first on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.
  • The Shadows Of Christmas

    awkward
    17 Dec 2014 | 2:31 pm
    “Each year, our family bought new outfits to color coordinate with the Christmas tree. 1988 was the year of burgundy. My dad did such a fantastic job with the lighting for this photo, it’s almost as though he was a professional photographer. Evidently, I was the only one truly happy to be there. I knew the Nintendo Power Pad was waiting for me under that tree.” (submitted by Heather) “Each year, our family bought new outfits to color coordinate with the Christmas tree. 1988 was the year of burgundy. My dad did such a fantastic job with the lighting for this photo,…
  • NOel

    awkward
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:12 am
    “My parents were married just after New Years in 1983. The Christmas decorations were still up and the NOEL letters were on the fireplace. My dad doesn’t smile for pictures and you can see my mom trying to get him to at least show some teeth. The best part is that all you can see of NOEL is NO. Pretty fitting for the groom’s expression!” (submitted by Kelsie) “My parents were married just after New Years in 1983. The Christmas decorations were still up and the NOEL letters were on the fireplace. My dad doesn’t smile for pictures and you can see my mom…
  • Take Two

    awkward
    16 Dec 2014 | 1:16 pm
    “These two photos are from circa ’85. Though my parents had divorced several years earlier, my father came over to my mom’s house so we could take our Christmas Card pictures. One photo for Dad to send to his friends and family, and a different photo for Mom to send to hers. Dad thought it would be a great idea for me to stick my hand out of frame so as to imply that Mom, or in the other photo, Dad, was standing just outside the shot. I also really like how the background was meticulously chosen over, say, a shrub or maybe a grill. Here we are, um, in our backyard.”…
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  • Teenage Drivers: 6 Things They Need To Know Before You Let Them Behind The Wheel

    Andrew
    16 Dec 2014 | 5:10 pm
    Learning to drive is a right of passage. It’s one of the experiences that marks your transition from childhood to adulthood. As a parent, you have a tricky path to navigate. How do you give them their freedom and let them grow up whilst still keeping them safe? Our roads claim over one million lives a year, make sure your teenager knows how to avoid becoming one of them. Image Source: Peter Anderson A Car Is A Weapon Statistically, young drivers are more at risk of injury and death than any other category, so don’t be afraid to shock them. If you fail to impress on them just what a…
  • Tips to Protect You and Your Passengers From Auto Injuries (And Avoid a Lawsuit!)

    Andrew
    14 Dec 2014 | 5:45 pm
    Accidents happen, whether we like to accept that or not. People get hurt, and lives are affected in a number of different ways. Drivers and passengers are at risk from getting injured on our roads and, in some cases, lives are taken away from us. People lose their jobs, homes and may even suffer ill health. However, there are a number of ways you can help protect yourself, whether you are the driver or a passenger, from injury. Here are some ways you can help protect yourself: Buckle Up Next time you get into your car, van or truck think about how you can best minimise yourself and others…
  • Find Peace of Mind Through a Round of Golf

    Andrew
    20 Nov 2014 | 11:06 am
    Golf is one of the most popular sports in the world as it is played by a variety of different people across all demographics. In fact, as early as 2005, there were at least 32,000 golf courses in the world. Golf is a seemingly simple sport. It is played outdoors on a golf course with the objective being to propel a golf ball into a series of holes in the fewest possible strokes. The sport demands athletic ability, mental toughness, endurance, strength, and above all strategy. You can play golf on your own or in a team, casually or competitively, and you can even pursue a professional golf…
  • The Best Job for the HIT Professional

    Andrew
    13 Nov 2014 | 1:08 pm
    There are many different options for some working towards getting their health informatics Masters degree, but some people may still be left tons of questions.  What kinds of jobs will be available to you? What state has the best job opportunities available, and what institutions are looking for HIT professionals? The following infographic can answer those questions and more. If you are trying to become and HIT professional, be sure to look it over. Incoming search terms:content
  • International relationships are essential for widespread trade

    Andrew
    13 Nov 2014 | 8:08 am
    International relationships are at the heart of successful international trade, bringing positive benefits to countries and the companies operating within them. Expanding the client base is a priority for any business, and if a business has outgrown its domestic market, it must begin to seek new opportunities in foreign markets. Arguments in favor of free international trade are robust. David Ricardo, the British political economist of the nineteenth century, did much to highlight the benefits of free trade and his theories hold. Ricardo emphasized the notion of comparative advantage. The…
 
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  • The Best Movies On TV Before Christmas Day

    Dan
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:34 am
    Enjoy Christmas with our ultimate guide of the best films to watch on TV during this merry period on both freeview and paid-TV services from Sky or Virgin. The post The Best Movies On TV Before Christmas Day appeared first on Number Direct.
  • How To Play Your Cards Right And Reduce Your Debts This Christmas

    Kathryn Kearns
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:04 am
    It's estimated that shoppers will put £23bn on credit cards this Christmas. Don’t worry though, this guide to reducing your debts over Christmas might just help you out. The post How To Play Your Cards Right And Reduce Your Debts This Christmas appeared first on Number Direct.
  • 8 Apps That Changed Our Lives In 2014

    Kathryn Kearns
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:53 am
    We’ve seen a number of great apps roll off the conveyor belt this year. Let’s take a look at the ones that have really changed our lives in 2014. The post 8 Apps That Changed Our Lives In 2014 appeared first on Number Direct.
  • Clever Home Gadgets You Need To Be A Better Cook

    Dan
    15 Dec 2014 | 3:51 am
    Whether you consider yourself an amateur chef or find cooking an arduous task, these five clever gadgets for your home can help you out around the kitchen. The post Clever Home Gadgets You Need To Be A Better Cook appeared first on Number Direct.
  • 5 Apps That Will Make Christmas Deliveries Easier

    Kathryn Kearns
    12 Dec 2014 | 7:32 am
    Sending or waiting for deliveries can be a real hassle, and often quite stressful. Take a look at these apps and services that could make deliveries less of a pain, and more of a pleasure. The post 5 Apps That Will Make Christmas Deliveries Easier appeared first on Number Direct.
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  • Miss Piggy's Luv-a-Cop Telethon

    17 Dec 2014 | 10:30 pm
    Just $10.00 donated for every scumbag these noble cops put in jail will stop the tears!by Thomas George18 December 2014. Allison, Iowa. Scoff-laws of America, beware! You won't be breaking the law around here anymore, because law-enforcement has got your number. McGruff the Crime Dog has already put away over 2,300,000--that's two-million, three-hundred thousand!--lawbreakers. Human being-type people--gone wrong! That's the number of men and women presently locked up in American prisons and jails--more than any other nation in the entire history of evil-doing! We're beating the pants off…
  • Suicide for the Fatally Stylish

    15 Dec 2014 | 12:00 am
    by Thomas GeorgeDespair of living commonly blunders, confounding transient states--like homelessness,doughlessness,love cast asunder--with permanently miserable Fates.You seek to trade your sad life infor death's deluded opportunityYou ransack drawers for guns and poison,and act most luna-toonily.Manners suggest we all refrainfrom putting a bullet into our brain.Life today may be a flop,but blowing your head off will notmake you any more popular,it will only make you dead;you'll be Napoleon, all right--a blown-apart messwelcome as bedbugs in Baby's bed;Get laid, get drunk, get stoned…
  • I Resolve to Stop Making Resolutions

    13 Dec 2014 | 12:30 am
    As a very great man put it, "Cut off one of my legs and call me Stumpy--if that will help."by Thomas George13 December 2014.  Allison, Iowa. I, Thomas George--aka Homeless T, in dreams aka T.G. Mysterex, man of appeal--despite this proliferation of things to call myself, grow every-wearier of life as an unemployed, food-pantry loser. I wouldn't bother to mention it, but it has been going on for quite a while, and I am losing my taste for the humility so necessary to be a successful charity case. Come. Let's pursue righteousness.About this time in 2008, to the ends of…
  • Coin-Touch Iowa Gambler Confesses, Declares Let's Sue 'Em

    10 Dec 2014 | 9:30 pm
    When Iowa Gave Its State Lottery A Free Hand, They Gave Die-Hard Gamblers a Killer Thrill!by Thomas GeorgeThe Tyrannical Reign of the Hot-Spotted BrainFour Days in the Life of a Coin-Touch Machine Addict, February 200624 February thru 27 February This man in not getting his hair done.Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a psychiatric disorder with a neurological pathology. Using brain-scanning technology and brain-chemistry analysis, some researchers postulate that OCD sufferers, in addition to imbalanced neurotransmitters, demonstrate repeated activity in localized regions of the…
  • Pumpkin Pie for His Well-to-Do Family Gathering

    9 Dec 2014 | 10:26 pm
    Put your future mother-in-law in her place, then sit back and enjoy her disgrace.by Joan E ThurmanAny old thing will be fine!Sooner or later, it comes to down to this, Sisters. At some point during the courting phase of your relationship, it will be necessary that you, the prospective wife of a well-favored rich male, demonstrate to his--mmm, mother--that not only are you the smartest, most attractive woman that her son has ever fallen in love with--you are an excellent cook, too.His mom will lay her plan to humiliate you in casual tones, saying something like Joan E--sweetheart--can I count…
 
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