* FailBlog.com

Fail blog.

This article was written by Erik’s 9-year-old daughter Sonja, who is guest blogging to earn money.

The FailBlog.com domain name is for sale.

Here are the definitions of “Fail” from Wiktionary:

Pronunciation

[edit] Verb

Infinitive
to fail
Third person singular
fails
Simple past
failed
Past participle
failed
Present participle
failing

to fail (third-person singular simple present fails, present participle failing, simple past failed, past participle failed)

  1. (transitive): To not achieve a particular goal. (Usage note: The direct object of this word is usually an infinitive. The engine failed to start.)
  2. (transitive): To be negligent in one’s duty. (The report fails to take into account all the mitigating factors.)
  3. (intransitive): To be unsuccessful in academic pursuits. (I failed in English last year.)
  4. (intransitive), of a machine, etc.: To cease to operate correctly. (After running five minutes, the engine failed.)
  5. (transitive): To give a student a non-passing grade, thereby causing the student to fail (3) a class or other academic endeavor.

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[edit] Noun

Singular
fail
Plural
fails

fail (plural fails)

  1. a failure, especially of a financial transaction
  2. a failing grade in an academic examination

[edit] Derived terms

Who might want to buy FailBlog.com

Someone who fails at a few things.

Someone who fails at a lot of things.

Someone who thinks they’re terrible at something but they’re not.

Someone who is the opposite of a failure.

Someone who thinks they’re the opposite of a failure.


This article was written by Erik’s 9-year-old daughter Sonja, who is guest blogging to earn money.

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