epic fail


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epic fail

An especially big or embarrassing blunder. I can't believe I called the CEO by the wrong name! What an epic fail. I tried to bake a cake for my sister's birthday, but I accidentally used salt instead of sugar. Epic fail.
See also: epic, fail
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So, quite likely, there will be an epic fail and I'll see you here in January 2017, same time, same place, same resolution.
After all the buildup, his blink-and-he-was-gone participation was an epic fail.
A celebrity panel puts a monetary value on their skill, which the contestant has to guess correctly - or leave through the Epic Fail door.
Ukip's epic fail north of the Border UKIP leadership hopeful Lisa Duffy last night admitted the party have failed to deliver in Scotland.
But in 1973 when he and Gruskoff were trying to set up "Young Frankenstein," which started as a Wilder treatment, Gruskoff was coming off the Dennis Hopper drug-addled epic fail "The Last Movie" and Brooks had just swan-dived at the box office with "The Twelve Chairs.
If it was a football decision then it has been an epic fail.
down a superloo with no queue Epic fail, basically.
All she wanted was the fairytale, you know, the sh*t he promised her but again, epic fail," a source close to Rihanna revealed to (http://hollywoodlife.
But the whopping PS100,000 signing of giant German Jorn Schwinkendorf was an epic fail.
That's a lot of gar and an epic fail on Paul's part.
Makes an epic fail in the sexy shower and gets soap in her eyes.
Nope, that's not another embarrassing autocorrect epic fail.
However, their relationship fell apart within a few months and according to reports Rihanna thinks that her relationship with Drake was an epic fail.
Which is not to say ani auteur Chris Wedge's effort is some sort of epic fail, in fact it's nothing of the sort: Epic is a reasonably entertaining, adeptly crafted kidpic whose biggest crime is its near pathological reliance on overfamiliar tropes and trappings.
THOSE of you who own a teenager will be familiar with the use of the word 'fail', as in the commonly-uttered phrase 'that's an epic fail.