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Types of Fail that are the most common April 25, 2009

Posted by frewon9 in Fail stuff.
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Types of Fail that are the most common

Ironic Fail

Irony (from the Ancient Greek εἰρωνεία eirōneía, meaning hypocrisy, deception, or feigned ignorance) is a literary or rhetorical device, in which there is an incongruity or discordance between what one says or does and what one means or what is generally understood. Irony is a mode of expression that calls attention to the character’s knowledge and that of the audience.

There is some argument about what qualifies as ironic, but all senses of irony revolve around the perceived notion of an incongruity between what is said and what is meant, or between an understanding or expectation of a reality and what actually happens. “when the literal truth is in direct discordance, to the perceived truth”.

Example:

http://failblog.files.wordpress.com/2008/08/fail-owned-billboard-fail.jpg

https://i2.wp.com/www.funnyphotos.net.au/images/failure-10-price-drop.jpg

Inconceivable Fail

  1. Impossible to comprehend or grasp fully: inconceivable folly; an inconceivable disaster.
  2. So unlikely or surprising as to have been thought impossible; unbelievable: an

Example:

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Accidental Fail

1. Occurring unexpectedly, unintentionally, or by chance.

https://i2.wp.com/fishbowl.pastiche.org/archives/pictures/shipment-of-fail.jpg

Improvisation Fail

https://i2.wp.com/3.bp.blogspot.com/_xGfdgPziJZo/SJqJTqSY1OI/AAAAAAAAAyI/diu9gd9wNXA/s320/spare_wheel_fail.jpg

Spelling Fail

https://i1.wp.com/blogs.kansascity.com/photos/uncategorized/2007/09/06/shcool.jpg

some times it goes with international trade

that people from different countries try to write each other language

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Comments»

1. Joe - April 25, 2009

You made my day! Thanks!

2. happa dappa - April 12, 2010

lol thx for posting 😉


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