"I meant to do that."
Congratulations, America! The electronic federal tax filing system offered by the Internal Revenue Service so you can file your taxes today just crashed. Read the rest
A woman named Stevie was so stoked to have an entire subway train car to herself, that she started singing a song about it while recording it with her phone. Then she noticed someone else was in the car too and got a little embarrassed.
Thankfully for us, her friend Adam Broud got hold of the footage and posted it on the internet, where it went viral:
Please enjoy this fantastic video of my friend Stevie. It's one of my favorite things ever pic.twitter.com/gTDaioUtOR
— Abam (@AdamBroud) March 12, 2018
When the Zaring family had their family portraits done, they had no idea they'd end up looking like cartoon characters in the photographer's final edits. Read the rest
McDonald's accidentally tweeted this late Thursday night:
While the internet was having a field day deciding if the tweet was intentional or not, McDonald's copped up to the boo-boo with this tweet nine hours later:
When you tweet before your first cup of McCafé… Nothing comes before coffee. pic.twitter.com/aPJ2ZupS9b
— McDonald's (@McDonaldsCorp) November 24, 2017
The GOP's 7-year promise to "repeal and replace Obamacare" ends in a flaming pile of fail. Read the rest
“Super Bad Mario” is a YouTube series of internet “fail videos” edited and compiled with the titular character from the Super Mario Bros. game, being his mischievous little self. Read the rest
What is described as “America’s largest domino tower” collapses on camera, after 7 straight hours of building. Read the rest
Analogies are tricky things. One minute, you're trying to find a clever and memorable way to illustrate molecular bonding of hydrocarbons ... the next you're suddenly Napoleon Dynamite and all your zoologist friends are yelling at you.
This image, apparently taken from a real textbook, is part of an excellent Tumblr blog of textbook fails called "Thanks, Textbooks". You should check it out. Read the rest
On the 31st of November, the world ends. Read the rest
Marco Arment reports a serious problem in the AppStore: corrupt updates crashing every time at launch, affecting many recently-updated apps: "If you’re a developer, and you have a non-critical update pending release, I suggest waiting a few days for this to presumably get sorted out before releasing it." Read the rest