Friday, December 13, 2013

Friday FAIL

It's Friday the 13th and that date is considered to be bad luck, especially if a black cat crosses your path...

or deletes the bookmarks for your favourite spanking blogs.

This girl was unlucky, but she deserved it.

It's best to keep your sense of humour when things go wrong.


Be careful out there today!

From Hermione's Heart


Our Bottoms Burn said...

So why don't those gifs move? Do I need another printer?

ronnie said...


The gif one made me laugh out loud. Thanks.


Kenzie said...

Omg some people make me shake my head lol, the gif one was funny! :)

Terpsichore said...

Perhaps if the person was to jog while shaking his/her head and squint at the same time as holding the printed picture - it would move! :-)

Aimless Rambling said...

Love the gif one. Guess I'm not supposed to. Actually, I don't think any of them are fails, I loved them all.

Unknown said...

funny, specially the question about the gifs
bottoms up

Hermione said...

Bogey - I'm afraid you'll need to buy an impact printer.

Ronnie - I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Kenzie - It takes all kinds:)

Terps - Or drink several beers and hold it upside down.

Leigh - I agree, they're actually wins in disguise.

Red - Even funnier that it was a real question.


Erica said...

Personally, I think some of the idiots out there (our gif questioner) are far more of a hazard than the black cats. :-) Too funny!

DelFonte said...

Some people, don't they know they have to shake the printer to get it to move!

Hermione said...

Erica - Get them out of the gene pool fast!

DelFonte - Guess not. I used to shake the laser printer cartridge to get more use out of it:)


Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing. Very funny.


Unknown said...

I don't understand why the folder thing is mean. You just type in the file name in the search box and poof, you find the files.

The cops one reminds me of an interview I saw recently with real life CSI people. They were being asked about the truth behind the TV shows. When asked about the jokes at the crime scenes, they all responded with an enthusiastic yes. I could see that sign being more appropriate than the real ones in Silicon Valley.