The above image was on the home page of CBC on January 14. Click here to link to the actual story
Well worth a look inside
This came to me from good friend and excellent creative mind Robin Fulford (Author of -  among others - Steel Kiss and Gulag.)

Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.
Bathroom at Concordia first day back at School - September 6, 2011

The toilet paper insiginia has been spotted by someone to look like a "whistle". It is hard to read in photop but it is wrtiien just below Joke Fail. I agree it does look like a whistle! Nice observation, But what reads in the the whole picture is... Joke Fail. I think - were I not to be so tuned to all things "fail" -  the real failure is in the critic's inability to communicate the need for the "joke fail" monniker.

"There has been a more nuanced response since then, where we can talk about race, Mark Duggan's death, the numbers of people who have died in custody, the effects of gentrification and the failure of education. These are long-term failures, not an instant reaction to cuts – many of which have not even come into effect."

The previous quote, appeared in Suzanne Moore's excellent article in the Guardian on August 12, 2011. For full article link here.
"I thought, Oh my god, this hasn't happened before.' I had this frankly sick feeling  somewhere between having people forget your birthday and being buried alive. How could I have screwed up so badly?"
Globe and Mail on June 17, 2011

    Quoting Failure

    Meaning is prismatic. There have been countless moments when I have felt like  I have grasped it, only to be shown that with the shift of the light, or the melt of an iceberg, it all changes. Liquid days always. So this random compendium aims to filter the possibilities of failure and form "a" meaning -entirely subjective - but worth sharing.