(n.) - Print newspapers that have folded and are now defunct, such as the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
"The list of now-defunct failpapers is getting longer and longer, and I worry how many daily newspapers will survive in the future."

-- Overheard at a watercooler in a newspaper office in Los Angeles
Por PRwiz101 06 de noviembre de 2010
A desktop wallpaper that fails so hard, the creator would've had to be high to believe that anyone could possibly want to see it every day.
Common aspects of a failpaper:

1. Resized one way but not the other (i.e. stretched out)
2. Resized from a shitty 200 pixel image to be a 1600 x 1200 wallpaper.
3. Made in MS Paint.
4. Saved as a JPEG at the lowest possible quality.
Por asdfasdfghghjkl 05 de agosto de 2008

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