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2008-06-04 10:52:20
An "EPIC FAIL" would be the first Space Shuttle disaster, with the teacher on board -- you know, NASA's most expensive firework, ever, where every kid in a US school watched everyone on board the shuttle die, as it happened, live (and then on video tape, over and over again), on cable TV -- this was more like, "Oh shit, we're going to go off the end of the runway! Phew! We're stopped? At least most of the passengers survived..."
2008-06-04 09:02:46
Despite the bickering... I hope no one was killed. If not then I believe it may be ok to be jovial about the mishap if you need be. but you gotta admit, it;s one big mess. God bless the families.
2008-06-03 09:34:02
Failure..but epic ? plane slides off the runway, busts it up a little, but most of the folks walk off ? ..happens all the time...not sure that's really "epic" ...more like a really bad day...
2008-06-03 09:11:06
Well, it is a failure (of many things) and it is epic, so epic fail seems to fit. Perhaps "failure of epic proportions" would satiate those with higher linguistic standards.
2008-06-03 06:09:36
I was in no way attempting to sway you. I was only expressing exasperation. You obviously prefer to embrace and celebrate ignorance. I'll bet that you are a very happy person.
2008-06-03 05:46:31
I am with fyi on this one. No difference between EPIC FAIL and "screwed," or "ripped off," or other colloquialisms.
2008-06-03 05:16:19
you have failed to sway me numbnuts.
2008-06-03 04:34:03
This is an asinine expression. The illiterati seem to love it though.
2008-06-03 04:01:06