Your day has been cleared of (1) trampoline accident. In the future, please look out for emails and websites that might contain #FAILS. Thank you. (Via SayOMG.)

Comments (31)
  1. My mind’s telling me no, but my body … My body’s telling me trampoline accident.

  2. For a majority of the video I thought that wind chime was a pimpin’ tree house, and so I freaked out a little when it wiggled a little at the end.

    • I assumed someone was going to jump out of that tree house. That was a #fail on their end.

    • I was like “Is this someone’s backyard???” And if so, OF COURSE someone should jump out of that tree house onto the trampoline. You’d get your kid card revoked if you DIDN’T do that. Also you should get your parenting card revoked if you put a treehouse that close to a trampoline. Seriously, that’s dangerous.

    • I just assumed the sheer magnitude of this one boy’s epic fail shook the earth to its very core, sending out reverberations all over the land.

  3. This is a delight. Unless you’re the kid. But nuts to him, the needs of the many and whatnot.

  4. Haha, Kelly. My favorite thing at work is when I receive an email with a (!) or an “URGENT!” or a “PLEASE READ” from a coworker, I think, “I’ll hold off on this ’til I can give it my full attention.” Then, minutes later, I read it, and find it’s a post about ships off the coast of the US, like U.S.S. Clinton and U.S.S. Reagan, or some bologna.

    This is the office-version of the boy who cried wolf.

  5. Maybe it’s just me being weird, but I would like this fail a whole lot more if he fell into a hole or an open grave.

  6. You know how, as a kid, you were instructed to have only one person on the trampoline at a time. And how you nodded, “Yes, mom.” And thought, “As if. High bounces are impossible without two people. Duh.”

  7. This is how Jimmy Stewart would have filmed a trampoline accident.

  8. Story time! As a fully grown adult I once got on a trampoline in another fully grown adult’s parents’ backyard with a third fully grown adult and we had a midair collision that knocked us both over and gave me a big bruise. The reason I consider this an epic fail is not because of the collision but because the yard fronted onto a lake and we didn’t manage to fall into the lake.

  9. This one is so elegant in its simplicity.

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