Years after Swedish distance runner Mikael Ekvall crapped his shorts in the midst of a half-marathon, his photo still shows up on Facebook. You might've seen it with a "fail" caption or a demotivational poster—played-out viral image formats that were de rigueur at the time—or in any number of "world's most embarrassing photos" compilations. Clearly, people still haven't gotten over Ekvall's uncomfortable grimace and the liquified shit trickling down his legs.
This video of Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea performing at Chicagoland's Toyota Park earlier this summer appears to show Iggy barely making an effort to lip sync over her prerecorded verse. Is it as bad as it looks?
This group of kids from Michigan's Grosse Pointe Music Academy presumably went through a dozen weekly rehearsals for their rock band class, all culminating in this: Playing Weezer's "Undone (The Sweater Song)"—a song that, judging by their ages, they're familiar with from Rock Band—at their big debut gig.
This family needed 200 points to win the final "fast money" round of Family Feud, and their patriarch (played by Jeffrey Tambor?) effortlessly scored 182 of them. All his daughter needed to do was finish the job with 18 more.
Four years of university completed, tens of thousands of dollars spent, and now you're ready to accept your diploma and head off to reckon with an economy where the unemployment rate for new college graduates just went down to 11%. What can you do on stage that would be a perfect metaphor for your life situation?
There are bad parking lot exits, and there are bad parking lot exits. And then there's whatever the hell is going on in this video.
If you were thinking it would be a good idea to get drunk and let your friend tee off your face, this "golf fail" video might convince you otherwise.
It's not every day that a video entitled "Worst Twerk Fail EVER" actually follows through, but in Caitlin Heller's case, every single thing that could possibly go wrong does — and then some.
Once in a while an attempted robbery will fail so spectacularly that it becomes necessary to thank the would-be robber for attempting the crime in the first place, thereby allowing the world to witness such astounding defeat.