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Grammar Nazi Fail

In photo, text on October 1, 2009 at 5:15 pm

Correcting a Fail

As one of the commenters said in this Lamebook piece, if you’re going to play the Grammar Nazi Card, you better be error-free in your own grammar! Which is precisely what makes this FAIL such an XLOL!

Taken from Lamebook.

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Lamebook Classic Status Update

In photo on September 17, 2009 at 4:11 pm
Lamebook Classic

Lamebook Classic

In the world of social networking, each platform has its winners and losers. And Lamebook.com is the winner at highlighting the many examples of FAIL on Facebook. Above is just one example. Take note however that the website is often down. Too many hits. In the face. XLOL!

From Lamebook

Mom. Get off Facebook. Now.

In photo on September 11, 2009 at 11:56 pm
My Mom Joined FaceBook

My Mom Joined FaceBook. Click to see larger version.

There are some things that parents shouldn’t do. And one of them is say “va-jay-jay” in a birthday greeting to a child. On FaceBook. XLOL!!!

I’d Like to add “Delete Delete” to my connections

In text on July 17, 2009 at 8:30 pm

Delete!

Boing Boing has a fascinating post of a LinkedIn user who couldn’t get his user ¬†account deleted. So he renamed it “delete delete” and joined the growing ranks of disgruntled LinkedIn ghosts who have done the equivalent of placing spraypaint graffitti on their profiles.

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When you’re too lazy to LOL

In text on July 17, 2009 at 8:22 pm

If you’re on Twitter, and you’re too lazy to microblog something funny, then fear not, XLOL readers! There’s a service where you can simply point and click, and — voila, presto, — LOLz appear on your twitter feed. Check out TwitLOL.com. It’s so ugly an idea with such trite Tweets that it counts as an XLOL to me.

TwitLOL - use at your own risk!

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25 Things I Hate About Facebook

In video on July 17, 2009 at 7:50 pm

Brilliant YouTube commentary on the most annoying features of the social networking platform that all college d00ds have come to rely on for their daily nutrition.