When someone makes such an embarrassingly stupid mistake that it is worthy to be on Failblog.org in picture or video form. The funny equivalent to a kodak moment.
Actual example from Failblog.org:
SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. - Authorities said a couple got into a fight using 'cheetos'. The Bedford County Sheriff's Department said a 40-year old man and a 44-year old woman became involved in a 'verbal altercation'. Somehow, the orange puffy snacks were used in the assault. Deputies said they were charged with domestic assault. No one was hurt. They both were posted with a bond of $2,500.
When one talks confidently about a possible situation that might arise and then when the situation actually happens they get mentally tasered, or handle the situation completely different from how they claimed they would, usually by whoever they were talking about easily "over powering" in the situation.
John: This isn't a good idea. I got pulled over by a cop last night for staying out past curfew like this skating.
George: Ha! Wow you're a pussy. Stop worrying. If a cop even tried pulling me over for that I would pull out my knife and cut his ass.
*Red and blue lights flash and a police officer approaches the 2 of them*
Cop: What are you two doing out this late? It's past the local curfew.
George: H-hello officer we we're j-just taking a walk and enjoying th-the weather.
John: Wow, so much for acting like a tough guy huh George?
The feeling that overcomes an individual when they find an awesome definition that makes complete sense on www.Urbandictionary.com, usually a word of the day.
'This guy knows what I'm talking about
An expression used to diffuse responsibility for an unpopular statement made in a public setting. Typically used to imply complicity or collusion on the part of an unwilling stranger.
You: I mean, really, who hasn't made out with a rundown fat chick in a moment of drunken desperation.
You: *smile and point to a random guy in the crowd* This guy knows what I'm talking about.'
Omg, that makes complete sense! *Has an Urban Dictionary relief moment"