NYU Student Accidentally E-mails 40,000 Students with "Reply All," A Wildfire of Lulz Ensues

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NYU Student Accidentally E-mails 40,000 Students with "Reply All," A Wildfire of Lulz Ensues
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New York University sophomore student Max Wiseltier started a wildfire of lulz yesterday when he accidentally hit "reply all" to a school-wide bulletin e-mail that was only meant to be forwarded to his mother. Triggered by the University's archaic Listerv system, Wiseltier's message was sent to nearly 40,000 other students in the mailing list, many of whom didn't hesitate to have a little fun with their discovery of the "reply all" feature. For more hilarious screencaps, head over to BuzzFeed!

The Real Life Edition of "Dumb Ways to Die"

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Remember that viral public service announcement video from a few days back? Well, it was only a matter of time before someone made a real life edition.

That Awkward Moment of the Day: Nope, That's the Floor

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The Norwegian American R&B singer Mira Craig stage-dives into what she thinks is a crowd, but it turns out to be the floor and oh god...

That Awkward Moment of the Day: Quebecois Reporter Can't Use Touch Screen

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This reporter for Quebec's 24 hour news channel Le Canal Nouvelles struggles to keep it together while using the fancy touch screen display and writes a new chapter in the history of awkward live newscasts.

A Broken ATM in Scotland Accidentally Double Pays Customers

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A Broken ATM in Scotland Accidentally Double Pays Customers
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Hundreds of Bank of Scotland customers, many of them college students, flocked to a malfunctioning ATM in Glasgow after a rumor began spreading on Twitter yesterday it was paying out double the amount of the customers' withdrawal requests. The bank quickly responded by having police officers dispatched on the scene and resetting the ATM, but a spokesperson later confirmed that it will be difficult to trace all payments made during that time and it remains unclear what action can be taken by the bank to seek any reparations.

Hard Knock Life of the Day

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YouTuber fatos21 brings us this FAIL compilation illustrating how dangerous being a television news reporter can be.

Backfire of the Day

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You might have heard about New Jersey's last resort to e-mail voting for its state voters still struggling to recover from the damages of Hurricane Sandy. Well, as warned by some electoral scholars earlier this week, e-mail servers used for voting in two major counties of New Jersey crashed due to the heavy influx of traffic this morning, leading Essex County official Christopher Durkin to invite his 450,000 registered voters to send their ballots to his personal Hotmail e-mail address via Facebook. Further complicating the technical issue is the overwhelming number of requests for e-mail ballots received by county clerks' office, forcing the state to extend its voting deadline to Friday afternoon, 8 p.m. (ET).