I hate to admit it, but it’s true: writers make mistakes. Despite the fact that I feel terrible shame when I realize I’ve made a dumb typo or made an unfortunate word choice, I still revel a bit when I see that other wordsmiths have done the same – especially when its in a well-respected publication such as the New York Times or the Washington Post. Errors such as these pop up more often online than in print. It probably has to do with consistent demands for increased output from cold and unrealistic and hard assed editors. The uptick in marginal mistakes online makes the same errors in print seem like brilliantly shiny needles in a haystack. If it is these fortuitous failures that you seek, look no further. We’ve amassed quite the collection of strange, punny, and absolutely fail-filled headlines and articles right here. It’s definitely a convenient way to enjoy the schadenfreudewhile also avoiding rifling through the newspaper archives of your local library.