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FailBlog has a consumer rating of 4.14 stars from 7 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally satisfied with their purchases. FailBlog also ranks 28th among Blog sites.

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Top Positive Review

“Well, there are a few very good things here, that makes...”

anonymous D.

Well, there are a few very good things here, that makes me give a high rate 1. I didn't see any hidden fee, everything is pretty clear 2. There's a free protection app which is a big plus too 3. I used a coupon for a 30% discount and end up with a very nice final price Just one thing I didn't like was the very long process of the purchase, but maybe there can not be any shorter version of this process, so it's fine.

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Top Critical Review

“Even though you guys have a lot of questions answered...”

anonymous R.

Even though you guys have a lot of questions answered in your FAQs, it is tough to follow all those links. I feel you should have a YouTube channel with professional videos teaching how to use all the different settings, like AWS. There is plenty of information and courses on how to use AWS, which makes it so much easier to use them for big projects, unlike regular hosting service providers. Conclusion: Horrible user experience

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Reviews (7)




5 reviews
16 helpful votes
May 5th, 2011
I have watched this site grow for the last couple of years from a small pic posting site to the giant it is now with tons of different sites that spun off of it. Its a great for a good laugh
20 reviews
30 helpful votes
January 21st, 2013
Decent, but not all of the memes are funny...
3 reviews
6 helpful votes
June 7th, 2011
One of my favourite sites ever! Can't get through the day without going on there. Recommend it to everybody.
29 reviews
137 helpful votes
June 13th, 2010
Here is yet another site that's popular and most likely has the highest traffic between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm. Which makes me think, what the hell did office workers do prior to the internet. Did they sit and stare at their office cubicle wall? Did they wait for the mail clerk to come by so they could belittle him every day? Maybe they were the ones who invented the annoying motivational phrases and hung them on the walls so it would serve as a reminder of how small and insignificant we are. Oh I know, they were forced to socialize with each other, probably around the water cooler right? Back in the early 90's "plenty o fish" meant good fishing weekend, Lavalife was what you had when you lived near a volcano, and cougarLife was on the national geographic channel on sundays. Anyways, there is some side splitting humor here in pictures and video that is simply epic
Great time wasting moments.
3 reviews
10 helpful votes
September 11th, 2009
Funny as hell... most of the time. Sometime hit or miss, but on average the laugh factor on this website is pretty high. Mostly crude humor, but there's some sophistication mixed in there as well. Not always safe for work, depending on where you work. You have been warned. Check this one out and you'll be hooked.
267 reviews
1,702 helpful votes
July 28th, 2009
If you like ICanHasCheezburger and are also fond of stamping things with your "PWNED" stamp, then you might like the Failblog (by the makers of ICan). It's a collection of photos, videos, news clippings that depict failures or soon-to-be failures. Many aren't laugh out loud funny, but some are just amusing enough to make that break from work worthwhile.
654 reviews
3,279 helpful votes
September 28th, 2009
Sorry to be a dull boy today but this site, a long-standing and well known arm of the iCan group of sites, isn't as funny as it used to be. When I visited recently, I had to puzzle over too many of the alleged Fails and I even thought a few were Wins. To me, an image of, say, a wildly inappropriate load piled on top of a car isn't a Fail. It's only a fail when the load falls off.

Still, this is a popular internet meme and likely to remain so regardless of the somewhat spotty material. People love to see others fail, it gives us a renewed sense of our own superiority and that's so important in these troubled times.

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