There’s nothing the office loves more than a good old Pinterest fail. It’s much more gratifying to see an utterly awful recreation of a masterpiece than to see the original itself.
And at Christmas everyone likes to try their hand at the not-so-easy traditional gingerbread house. And the failures are coming in thick & fast.
Listen. I tried to make a gingerbread house. OK I tried pic.twitter.com/TnW14IQxgd
— ❄☃FrostySpaceKid☃❄ (@LonelySpaceKid) December 7, 2017
It’s actually becoming somewhat of a tradition in it’s own right, to post your gingerbread house failure to social media…
The gravest mistake you can make is to have too heavy a roof, and whatever you do don’t make your icing too runny or it’s going to slip right off!
— Holly who (@Hollywho77) December 11, 2017
Some of these fails really do leave you wondering what the person was doing… I’m not going to say much though because I’m not certain I could do a better job.
My gingerbread house was destroyed and vandalized! pic.twitter.com/PJ4UN2Jvf2
— ENDR ST3VE (@bricks_force) December 10, 2017
Usually it’s just best to embrace the failure, like these people did:
— Fernanda Sillero (@fersillero) December 9, 2017
My daughter and I tried to make a gingerbread house tonight??? pic.twitter.com/QdpyxezGW8
— Debenezer Scrooge (@DebIsGone) December 3, 2017
— Seantaclaus R Frazier (@TheCleftonTwain) November 26, 2017
— Jac (@JaclynHagstrom) December 10, 2017
Today Brandon and I made a gingerbread house and it looked terrible pic.twitter.com/hStdUCeztC
— Kayla Joy (@kaylajoy99) November 27, 2017
When all else fails it’s better to just destroy the evidence… .
Well mine and Ty’s first gingerbread house was a fail… ? pic.twitter.com/CIghIisjoK
— Tamara ☕️ (@tamaralea_14) December 9, 2017
Some people’s houses were beyond saving, we guess that’s just how the cookie crumbles!
— Carrie Drost (@carebearz_001) December 8, 2017
RIP Gingerbread house pic.twitter.com/MV9iaqXiSq
— Alexandra (@nursealex95) December 11, 2017
Since it’s December 3rd I’m gonna catch up on the days I missed… Here’s our fail at the gingerbread house pic.twitter.com/VKF2BSVexG
— Kristmas Kate ?☃️❄️ (@katelynmarie292) December 4, 2017
One thing is for sure, don’t throw it away!!? What are you doing? That’s good gingerbread ready for eating right there. Shame.
Every year I attempt to make a gingerbread house and every year it ends up like this: pic.twitter.com/bgsSjrKwZh
— kayla (@KaylaTurpin) December 9, 2017
We hope this tradition continues for a very long time…