Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Correction Fail

Correction Fail

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71 Comments

  1. Great! I love it!

  2. The comments on this could qualify for a lamebook post.

  3. @ Goldenfry – Guilty as charged

    @ Lib – Your argument is weak. Cancer is normal, that doesn’t make it desirable.

  4. FlowersInHisHair

    Also, Kevin makes an error by decreeing that fail “never will be a noun”. Even if a particular word is not a noun now, it might be in the future! What a tool.

  5. MASS FAIL!

  6. Does he really think that if he tells everyone not to do something they won’t do it? Generally people do the opposite of what stupid people tell them to just for the sake of being defiant, am i right?

  7. […] Taken from Lamebook. […]

  8. TO BE PERFECTLY FUCKING HONEST, YOU GUYS ARE ALL LAME AS SHIT. ALTHOUGH THE PERSON WHO POSTED THIS IS AN IDIOT, HE IS COMPLETELY RIGHT ABOUT FAIL BEING USED IMPROPERLY. SHIT LIKE “FAIL” “FTW” AND “FML” ARE STUPID FUCKING EXPRESSIONS THAT HAVE CAUGHT ON FOR WHO-KNOWS-WHAT REASON. YOU GUYS ARE A BUNCH OF FUCKING FAGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Also, ‘grammatical’ has two Ms.

  10. hillarious

  11. HAHA fail

  12. FTW – for the win – I need to win, I use ftw

    FML – fuck my life – sometimes my life sucks, FML sucks

    Abbrieviations are your friend!

    And fail is a great word, dude, you fail..

    FAIL

    YOU ARE FAIL

    also gfys and diagf

  13. His friends are win, he is fail, enough said

  14. fail

  15. @12 Jdizzle, cannot.

  16. Just pointing out that Gabe’s post of saying “…without fail,” using fail as a noun, is wrong. It’s in some sort of a clause or something (I’m not an English major, and am too lazy to look it up-sue me, it doesn’t mean my point is wrong), and is simply not conjugated.

  17. no, Gabe’s post is entirely correct, as shown in the Merriam-Webster entry Rachel posts immediately after.

  18. Eat it Kevin!!! how does it taste??? does it taste of fail????????? XD

  19. Actually, Grammar Critic is right.

    The usage of “…without fail” is an idiomatic usage. For instance, “He will finish the race without fail.” Given that it is an idiomatic expression, it is not “proper English” per se. The phrase “raining cats and dogs” is unintelligible and physically impossible unless understood in an idiomatic manner. Likewise, the phrase “without fail” where fail is used as a quasi-noun in context of the idiom cannot be extended to the normative and standard use of the word fail proper writing.

  20. Let this be a lesson to all you Grammar Nazi’s out there.
    When telling people how to write/spell, you make damn fucking sure everything in your sentence(s) is 100% correct, or you fucking WILL be torn apart and we WILL have a good laugh at your expense.

  21. Way to use an apostrophe in a plural.

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