La Redoute Fail video screencast

Posted on 5 Jan 2012 in Flop, Web | Comments Off

For the ones who still think this massive La Redoute fail is fake, here is the video screencast on their website showing the naked man in the background when it was still live on it.

As a bonus check the hilarious La Redoute meme

La Redoute Fail G-String Google Adsense Ad

Posted on 4 Jan 2012 in Flop, Web | Comments Off

It’s a cascading fail for La Redoute, after the photo fail on La Redoute’s website and the La Redoute Fail memes invasion,

now Google Adsense is showing La Redoute GString ads on the posts talking about this fail!

Combo fail!!!

Top 25 La Redoute Fail meme photoshop with naked man

Posted on 4 Jan 2012 in Flop, Web | Comments Off

Following the massive La Redoute fail on their website with a naked man posing behind kids on the beach. Internet users have already responded with tons of memes thanks to photoshop. Here is the top 25 memes!

BONUS: the Google Adsense La Redoute misplaced ad

La Redoute fail with a naked guy in a children background picture

Posted on 4 Jan 2012 in Flop, Top, Web | Comments Off

La Redoute is a massive French retailer selling a lot of things online including clothes for kids.

As you can see on this T-Shirt product page, 4 kids are posing and on the background there is a naked guy in the sea…

They have reacted shortly after people were tweeting about this fail by removing the picture. But it’s too late, screenshots are all around the web!

How come they have taken and published this picture without noticing this naked guy!

As you’ll see below there are even some pretty cool memes now with Sakrozy! Check the top 25 La Redoute Fail memes.

For the ones who think it’s fake, here are the La Redoute apologies on their official Twitter account

This is why Louis Vuitton sucks with online video advertising

Posted on 22 Dec 2011 in Flop, Web | Comments Off

Louis Vuitton has released a very nice animation video on its website.

It’s the one on the left below.

But you can’t export the video… No portability of the content. Even if there is an embed button, you can’t embed the video.

This sounds crazy but this embed button is opening an overlay window allowing you to copy/paste the description of the video. Yes the description only! As the website is in flash and you can’t copy/paste directly on the website, they thought it would be a good feature to add an embed button for the text but not for the video!

No doubt Louis Vuitton sucks online!