SPELLING FAIL

March 9, 2010

DIVER LICENSE? I never knew the importance of diving in the workforce

Spotted at AZN ghetto and texted to me by Bryan A.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE FAIL

January 24, 2010

Out of the thousands of Greeks at Cal, we raised $200 dollars!!! 😀 great job everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

–submitted by anonymous.

HENRYS FAIL. JACK DANIELS FAIL.

October 24, 2009

“Yeah, I’d like me some Jack DANIELDS. ktksbai.”

Picture by: EggsNtoast

BERKELEY POLICE FAIL

October 24, 2009

Berkeley Police work station is in a McDonald’s!?! Man, I knew I was in the wrong field. What a delicious work place.

TRASH DUMP FAIL

October 10, 2009

Today, I went into work to find trash that had been dumped in the playground. It’s pretty fail that people would be asshole enough to throw their trash where children play, but what makes this even more of a fail is that they left their name and address on the box. It turns out it was the people who lived right across the street, and the police came and made them clean it up. We also found cash on top of the trash– more fail.

51 BUS FAIL

October 8, 2009

The AC transit 51: epitome of fail. Two 51s in a row!

BRAND NAME FAIL

September 26, 2009

FAMILY FUN FAIL

September 6, 2009

A little girl drinking from a red cup at a frat for yesterday’s game.

Sorry the picture’s a little blurry.

EPIC FAIL

September 2, 2009

So today was the IM soccer sign ups.

Me and my roommate got in line at 2:30 AM and THIS is how far back we were by the time the sun was coming up:

The fact that people have to “camp” in tents to sign up for a sport is ridiculous.
We slept on the cold, hard ground, and we were out there until 9 am. (which is longer than I waited to get into general admission at a concert for my favorite band).

And to top it all off:

Yes, EXPERIENCE THE FUN.

MASS MARKETING FAIL

September 1, 2009

This was submitted as a Red Bull Win, which it is, however, fail because we can’t escape advertising… not even on our public street signs!! >.<

Found: Bancroft, across the street from Lower Sproul
Credit: Aizel