While the Internet does a great job exposing the failings of public figures -- athletes, celebrities, Geraldo -- the abstract nature of failure is not as feverishly catalogued. Probe the boundaries of non-complishment, at The FAIL Blog.
FAIL's a religiously updated photo-log of disappointments, debacles, and catastrophes, all gleefully stamped with the word "FAIL" -- like your high school physics tests, except your mom doesn't need to sign it. Some classic themes run throughout, like heinous sports injuries, freak industrial accidents, and road signs outing men as dildos. The real joy, though, is seeing the breadth of the curator's appreciation of FAIL, as he applies it to a butter-knife-aided Wolverine costume, a newscaster who looks way too much like the rapist he's reporting on, and a cat-and-mouse friendship whose FAIL is writ large in snuggles (prompting you to scream, "Why can't you just eat it, cat?").
Because there can't ever be just one blog-de-fail, there's also Shipment of Fail -- showing that FAIL Blog's attempts to monopolize gloriously opportunistic content have themselves FAIL.