Fail Harder: Ridiculous Illustrations of Epic Fails

Fail Harder: Ridiculous Illustrations of Epic Fails

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A visual romp through the world of epic fails, Fail Harder offers 200 fresh examples of what NOT to do in every environment as based on the hugely successful (88 million page views per month) website failblog.org.

FAIL Harder follows the hilarious best-seller Fail Nation to showcase 200 original full-color photos of world-wide FAILS based on the

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A visual romp through the world of epic fails, Fail Harder offers 200 fresh examples of what NOT to do in every environment as based on the hugely successful (88 million page views per month) website failblog.org.

FAIL Harder follows the hilarious best-seller Fail Nation to showcase 200 original full-color photos of world-wide FAILS based on the popular website failblog.org, the most visited member of the Cheezburger Network.

So what qualifies as a FAIL? How about a nursery outfitted with a gun rack hanging over the baby's crib? Perhaps the equation, "E=MC3" written on a classroom's write/erase board. What about a trifecta of beauty parlor, chain saw repair, and nightclub housed inside an all-in-one-stop shop? 

Classic FAILs like these are presented in more than 15 different categories, including At Home, In A Relationship, On the Job, and With Your Pets.

If you must FAIL, FAIL Harder.

Editorial Reviews

We laughed our way through FAIL Nation; now it's time to giggle and guffaw over Failblog.org's latest pictorial compilation of engineering mistakes, human mishaps, and signage blunders. Like its predecessor, FAIL Harder will make you wonder, "What were they thinking?" (P.S. Talk about target audiences: The website receives 360,000,000 page views per month.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781449403072
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date:
09/06/2011
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
905,456
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Launched in January 2008, failblog.org receives 85 million page views a month and is the most popular website in the Cheezburger Network, which collectively owns 50 of the web's largest and funniest sites, receiving 360 million page views per month. Chief executive officer and founder, Ben Huh, is a former journalist turned dot com entrepreneur who has a knack for nailing the zeitgeist. He has been credited with bringing Internet memes to the mainstream and popularizing Internet culture through his knowledge of memes, viral content, and crowd sourcing. He resides in Seattle, Washington.

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Fail Harder: Ridiculous Illustrations of Epic Fails 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is awsome. Its halarious! It sure does have epic fails in it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it
Tunguz More than 1 year ago
Unlike the other reviewers, I've never heard of the Fail Blog before coming across this book, nor have I checked it out as of the writing of this review. Hence, all of the photographs of the "fails" pictured in these pages were completely new to me. In general I am partial towards the "unintentional" humor, misplaced and awkward signage, and unfortunate yet hilarious accidents, so I really enjoyed going through this book. It provided me with a quite a few chuckles, although not nearly as many LOLs as I would have liked. A few pictures were certainly staged, but I am not too fussy about such things. Each picture has a small sign in the corner that seems to provide an amusing way of visualizing the level of "failness" on the 1-5 scale. They range from mildly embarrassing to downright lethal. I am not sure if I'd exactly use the same criteria or the scale as the authors of this book, but these little signs add to the overall impression of facetiousness. I really like the layout and design of this book. The landscape format is ideal for presenting photos. The glossy high-quality paper and the hardbound cover add to the overall aesthetic appeal. This would make a great coffee-table or a gag-gift book, as well as great restroom literature.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hilarious. Couldn't stop laughing
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dowloaded thi book only to find that the orientation does not flip, this makes the book hard to see the pictures
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
:o hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahaaahaahaahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa