Greetings and Happy New Year folks! 2012 is finally here and for the first post of the new year, I’d like to share a video of FAILS from 2011. The video comes from TwisterNederland’s YouTube channel and I must warn you that this video is not for children. I figure the best way to better ourselves is to learn by the mistakes of others. 2012 will be an excellent year if you can avoid the FAILS that made 2011. I for one will learn from these mistakes and once again, a warning that this video is not for children. There is nothing explicit or extremely vulgar in it but if you want to avoid a bunch of questions from your kids then don’t let them watch this with you. Here’s to an excellent 2012 and avoid FAIL moments as much as possible. Cheers!
For more funny FAIL moments, visit www.twisternederland.com
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