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June 24th, 2011 | 428 Entries

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  1. Failure is only truly failure from a person’s own perspective. Do you believe you failed? You did. Do you believe you tried your best? You did. Only you know what is.

    By Brittany on 06.24.2011

  2. fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee is not something to be proud of you should always try to do your best and never ever give up and fffffffffffffaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiillllllllllllllll. give it your best and never try to fail but always make sure your having fun while your NOT failing. ttyl out of time <3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By josie URL on 06.24.2011

  3. It’s the biggest thing I feel in my life right now. I failed. I know I failed, but I can’t seem to get anyone else to see that. I failed in reaching all those expectations. I failed in keeping myself from adding more expectations. But most of all, I failed in letting people know what they meant to me, and how important they really are.

    By Katelin on 06.24.2011

  4. I have failed at some things in life, I think everyone does at some point. I don’t carry around guilt or regret concerning my failures, though, because I have a knack for learning from my mistakes. I rarely fail at the same thing twice.

    By Andrea URL on 06.24.2011

  5. No one ever failed. Evan though most people think they fail every day of their lifes, actually, no one ever fails.

    By Gabee on 06.24.2011

  6. All my goals and dreams, gone. What do I do now? How do I pick myself up again and start over? Failure, what no one wants to reach. And why would they? But failure is am important first step in teaching success. As the saying goes, “I failed over and over again, and then I succeeded.”

    By Nicole on 06.24.2011

  7. I have never failed. Not academically, at least, and that’s what I think of first. My report cards are long lines of straight A’s after straight A’s. That lack of failure is what I like to look at. But it’s only a distraction from the numerous failures that have defined my life, socially, morally, and personally.

    By Jessica on 06.24.2011

  8. I just paid hundreds of dollars on retaking a college class because I thought I would need if for my major. I changed my major now to something I’m really passionate about and have just realized I’ve taken the first big step on my own in life in the wrong direction. I feel like there is a burning in my stomach every time I think of how that money could’ve helped my family out and improved their situation. Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb Dumb DUmb DUMB. ekkk Getting over a failure never gets easy. Its all goood though :)

    By Joe on 06.24.2011

  9. failing is based on man-made subjective ideals of accomplishment. in that sense failure is nothing. the essence of having failed is having been an undefined individual

    By Gabe Watson on 06.24.2011

  10. When someone cannot or refuses to do something. I failed the other day at walking. I tripped! Everyone fails, and sometimes it’s neccasary! Oh dear, I fail at spelling too. Sometimes in HISTORY we fail. That’s why we document it. Fail/failed is also a popular word today.

    By Marissa Stacy URL on 06.24.2011

  11. You failed at all there was to do. When everyone else was victorious you failed. You couldn’t be pretty. You couldn’t be smart. All you could be was real. And nobody wanted that.

    By Sadie on 06.24.2011

  12. I think that failure is one of those things that no one ever really wants to think about but that never leaves the mind. It’s something that we all hate to believe happens, but that we constantly surround our inner most thoughts with. If we could begin to see failure as a beginning rather than the end all be all I think we could start a new way of life and a brighter future.

    By Caitlin on 06.24.2011

  13. oh, whoa, ekk, urgh.. what a thought! I failed! sweet thundering jeezabel! I have worked at not be so anal about what I do at work, at home, but mostly in public! My ability for discretion has not improved at all!

    By Seansj URL on 06.24.2011

  14. To be honest, when I get an A- I feel terrible. Sick really. But a B+? That’s the worst. I can’t be anything less than an A. I can’t do anything less than the best. Because when that happens, I feel like I’ve failed.

    By Ammi URL on 06.24.2011

  15. There are many things that I have failed at. I have failed at loving others around me. I have failed in the fact that I am very selfish. I have failed in areas involving emotions. I have not failed in other things, though. I have not failed in continuing to try to be better.

    By beth on 06.24.2011

  16. bad, not good, clockwork orange, opposite of me, early mornings, failed erection, me not being able to do something that i want do so bad, hungry, not losing a pound, not fornicating, losing

    By joanna on 06.24.2011

  17. I failed to enlighten one of two.
    An hours past my mind has gone through
    the motions are continuous.. my feelings askew
    I’ve failed to enlighten me and you
    By now you think I ought to know
    Nineteen years how to love you so
    The years have gone by, and I still say no

    By Allee Cooper on 06.24.2011

  18. Failed…at everything I have attempted in love. Three marriages—failed, though I am still technically married in the third. But he wants someone else, not me, so I failed once again to keep a man interested—this time after 18 years. Will I ever get it right? Too ld to try again.

    By Andie on 06.24.2011

  19. I’m desperately trying to not fail at life. All I want is to make my life mean something, and the thought of failing is horrifying. Failing at anything, is horrifying… Except maybe a biology quiz, I can excuse myself from that.

    By Lexi on 06.24.2011

  20. I failed again. The morning started out so well, but by mid-afternoon the signs were clear. The work that I was supposed to do was not going to be done. I wasn’t even going to attempt to begin it. At least I know my limits, right. Sad but true.

    By Fender2010 URL on 06.24.2011

  21. i at first felt like i failed. the nose job was something i had wanted for so long but the discomfort was too much to deal with in the first few days following the surgery. i felt i had failed myself and my opinions and morals. but no. i have not failed. i am winning and will continue to do so

    By naomi URL on 06.24.2011

  22. well most of the time people think that failing is not an option, but I think that to fail is necessary as you need to know how to pick yourself up from it, how not to fail in the future, how to succeed instead. This makes things much more satifisfying when you originally get there! Sports people will experience loosing and winning, making the winning so much sweeter.

    By Kate Thurlow on 06.24.2011

  23. I have failed in everything. done.

    By Joey Prosser URL on 06.24.2011

  24. failed. sucks.shitty. an end to a good thing?

    wrong.
    failure is only the beginning of something great. When I think of failure I think of greatness and strength. Sure failing at first sucks, but after it is only wonderful.

    We learn from our failures and then go on to do great.

    By Belle on 06.24.2011

  25. I didn’t know that it would be a real problem for me as an adult that I never failed at anything as a child. I wish I had fallen off horses, misspelled words, stunk at math, it would have taught me to persist in the face of something really hard. Like marriage.

    By RuthieW URL on 06.24.2011

  26. failed failed failed failed failed failed failed huh lets think well failure is a disappointing thing. failure=F………. F…..F…………….F………..F…..F.F……….F……………F………F…………F………..F………..F…………F………………F………….F……….A………………..A…………..A………..A………………….A……………….A…………..A………….A……..I……..I…………..I…………I……….I……………..I………….I……….I………….I……..I………….E…………..E…………………E…………….E…………….E…………E……………E……………………..E………………E…………D………………D…………………D………………………..D…………D……..D…………D…………..D.D……D === what dose that spell ……………… FAILED………………. ( NOT SOMETHING YOU SHOULD BE PROUD OF)

    By josie URL on 06.24.2011

  27. Report cards from elementary school would never be bad. Do you remember?
    Those were good years. Failure then meant something bad, but it only pertained to school. One aspect. Later, “I’ve failed,” takes on a whole new, very grave meaning.

    By Breakfast URL on 06.24.2011

  28. I had tried so hard to win. But if I had won I would of never met the love of my life. In a way I did win.

    By Joy on 06.24.2011

  29. I have continuously failed. Failure is not an option for me. I have a tendency to do everything within my power to not fail.
    Failure is a word I regret.
    Failure isn’t something that I empower.

    By Kt Perner URL on 06.24.2011

  30. “failed and flawed as it may have been, the human race was destined for it.”
    -steve yzerman, detroit red wing captain, last living human, and king of several alien species.

    By coreyeyey URL on 06.24.2011

  31. i’ve failed completly. my life is over forever, nothing will compair to what i’ve done I have no possible way to change what has happened or the outcome that comes from it. My parents will disown me and everyone at school will lose respect for me. all because i got pregnant.

    By georgia on 06.24.2011

  32. i never failed as such. never earned a bad grade, i was always praised for my creativity. never in my life i’ve been told that i hadn’t succeeded. that is probably why i convince myself everyday, every minute, that even if everybody thinks the opposite i AM a loser.

    By Jo URL on 06.24.2011

  33. I have failed. I hate those words. I refuse to faile. I hope to never say the words “I failed”. They are such horrible words. To admit defeat. To have regret, to feel it. It is something I hope I will never have to say.

    By Sarah Swiderski on 06.24.2011

  34. I failed my parents this year when I didn’t get better grades than next year. Not because they want me tonbe perfect but becausenthey know I can do much better. I do not see this failure as a completely bad thing because it it from this failure that I have gained the motivation to do better next year. I have failed but it will not happen again.

    By Alisa on 06.24.2011

  35. The clock struck midnight. It was suppose to be done. Everything depended on this. The kids, the wife, the mortgage payments. He had no more answers. What was he suppose to do?

    By Anon on 06.24.2011

  36. He failed at only one thing – failure.

    By Marianne URL on 06.24.2011

  37. The one thing that haunts me the most is the fact that I failed to spend time with my grandpa before he died. I always thought he was such a boring miserable old man but now that he’s gone what I wouldn’t give to have just one more day to talk to him. One more day to ask him about his life and to learn everything I can from him.

    By Willow Stardust URL on 06.24.2011

  38. I kind of feel like that about my week, and I hate it. I feel like my fear of failure has become a fear of feeling I’ve failed about my day generally, about myself and my ability to improve.

    On less morbid notes, I can think of my students, and how I’ve never had to fail any of them but sometimes I fear I might have to someday…

    By Beckuary URL on 06.24.2011

  39. Failed. Wow, this is just about right on target for today. I feel like I’ve failed a lot. I feel like I’ve failed at relationships. I feel like I’ve failed at love. I feel like school has failed me and at the same time I have failed the university system in some way. I feel like I have failed my friends sometimes, but often I feel my “friends” have failed me. I don’t think my family has failed me in too many ways, but I would say we each have failed each other at some point.

    By Angela URL on 06.24.2011

  40. when i saw the look on his face, I knew i had failed im. his eyes were stern and is face told old. he just turned and mumbled something, i didn’t know how to react.

    By madilyn on 06.24.2011