Tightrope Backflip Failure

Submitted by: fancylad 8 years ago in Funny

Those three words are pretty much synonymous, aren"t they?
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Male 4,393
i knew it....
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Female 924
"synonymous adj. Having the same or a similar meaning" - tightrope, backflip and failure don`t exactly mean the same thing. Also, it`s a slackline, not a tightrope.

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Female 1,412
OMG I SAID GAY BY MISTAKE =[
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Female 1,412
I wonder (other than that one video of that gay) if there are any after-fail videos. Itd make the fails cooler.
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Female 1,412
I didn`t want to watch, but I couldnt resist!! That must have sliced his yanoo off =|. Also im no expert but was that wire too bouncy? And why would he do this (with a camera?!).
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Male 4,393
i knew it....
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Female 165
oooh, i knew that was gonna happen, but i still cringed >.<
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Male 483
as atrix said, it is slacklining, and it s crazy fun!
kudos to this guy for trying the flip, but damn did he fail badly lol
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Male 2,582
Derpidy derp derp.
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Female 87
umm was he really that confident he thought, "oh hey, im so gonna pwn this trick, all i need is a cuishion-sized mat for health insurance!"
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Male 430
This really made me LOL. Most of the time i type it and dont mean it :)
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Female 741
hahah niceee

epic fail

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Male 817
Wow, I wonder if that worked like a cheese slicer? Probably lobbed one of them off.
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Female 12
hahahaha, wow
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Male 600
LIVING DARWIN AWARD!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 15
LOL
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Male 77
BAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
Pwnd.
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Male 1,085
And now hes sterile.
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Female 1,306
no babies for him!
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Male 265
Ahh! that`s slacklining, Ive gotten my ass kicked at it before. Rock climbers, when they are bored will set these up between tree`s or where ever.
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Male 36
if anyone is interested, that is slacklining (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slackline) not tightrope walking. It was born out of bored mountain climbers as apposed to the circus.
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Male 1,596
I couldn`t think of a more difficult way of becoming post op
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Male 1,596
nuts cut in two? great job
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Male 210
if he can do that and even stick it thats incredible. Kudos to you and i hope that wasn`t a DIY vai-sectomy
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Male 512
Ouch. I feel bad for the guy. Even though it`s technically fail, I give him points for difficulty.
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Female 179
Oh, so close
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Male 3,482
Well, honestly, there are people that can do it.

Who knows, this could have been the first time he failed in a while.

It was funny for a second, but the way people just write it off as "You can`t tell me he didn`t see that coming," is kind of cruel.

I think it`s a little sad how people automaticaly write off a mistake as a "funny failure. Hah hah, nut shot," but if he`d pulled it off, I`m pretty sure most people on here would have been pretty speechless.

Besides, I doubt many of you would`ve had the balls to TRY, let alone accept the results of failing.

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Male 1,254
That sure seemed elastic for a tightrope. Any experts out there that can comment on the restoring force of a tightrope line?
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Male 142
eh, i never found pain really funny or painful to watch. god i sound emo :/
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Male 2,553
ohch wear a cup man
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Male 2,605
props for even trying that, I for one would not.
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Male 772
"You can`t tell me that guy didn`t see that coming from a mile away? I mean come on..."

In his defense, it was more likely he`d just go off to the side then have that happen =P

But yeah, doesn`t mean much when he tried it in the first place.

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Male 356
Welcome to doucheland, thomasbh. Now go home.
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Male 9,306
*hands a mod a dagger*

Anyway...you would expect that during the practice process I guess. The damn surface he`s working on could barely be called 2-dimensional. Must be plenty of falls.

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Male 553
what are the 3 words?
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Male 248
You can`t tell me that guy didn`t see that coming from a mile away? I mean come on...
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Male 20,196
Link: Tightrope Backflip Failure [Rate Link] - Those three words are pretty much synonymous, aren`t they?
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