Perfectly Timed Photos of Hilarious Failures (Part 2)

Why is it so hilarious to watch others fail? Firstly, there’s the element of surprise. You never know what someone might attempt, from the audacious to the absurd. Then there’s the relatability factor. We’ve all been there – trying something new and bold, just to fail miserably. But perhaps the main appeal of failure comedy is the sweet, sweet schadenfreude. There’s a tiny part of our lizard brains that revels in seeing others fall flat on their faces – metaphorically or literally. It’s not that we’re mean-spirited (well, maybe just a bit), but there’s a twisted satisfaction in knowing that, for once, it’s not us tripping over our own shoelaces. Scroll down to see the funniest examples and check out Part 1 for even more.

If you enjoyed this gallery and wish to see more check out Part 1 of hilarious and perfectly timed failures!

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