LeapFrog's Fly Pentop Computer - Failure Museum

LeapFrog’s Fly Pentop Computer

The Fly, released in 2005 and discontinued in 2009, was a customizable pen that is intended to assist children with schoolwork. There are several bundled and add-on applications available, including a notepad, calculator, language and writing assist ...

Beyond Meat - Failure Museum

Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat, a plant-based protein alternative, has struggled because their products don't live up to shoppers' standards for taste and flavor. The stock peaked at a $15 billion market cap and as of mid-2024 was down to $500 million.

Starbucks Liqueur - Failure Museum

Starbucks Liqueur

Launched in 2004 with Jim Beam, Starbucks Liqueur was sold in restaurants, bars and retail outlets since Starbucks was not licensed to sell alcohol. It seemed like a natural match since nearly 50 percent of Starbucks patrons already consumed coffee ...

Pringles Croc Shoes - Failure Museum

Pringles Croc Shoes

Launched in 2024, the Pringles and Croc partnership "seamlessly combines the flavor-packed world of Pringles with the iconic comfort DNA of Crocs...Pringles’ first footwear collaboration delivers on what both of our brands do best, bringing ingenuit ...

Disco Demolition Night - Failure Museum

Disco Demolition Night

Disco Demolition Night was a MLB promotion on Thursday, July 12, 1979, at Comiskey Park in Chicago, that ended in a riot. At the climax of the event, a crate filled with disco records was blown up on the field between games of the twi-night doublehe ...

Outer Space Men - Failure Museum

Outer Space Men

In 1968, Colorforms released Outer Space Men, which was a series of bendable figures.  Using the basic constellations of planets in our own galaxy, each figure was given a name, and assigned a planet of origin. It is speculated by several collector ...

Adidas Cologne - Failure Museum

Adidas cologne

Launched in 1999, Adidas cologne starts with sweet notes of bergamot and apple. The heart and base add notes of lavender, rum, leather, sandalwood and vanilla.

Dodgers Baseball Giveaway - Failure Museum

Dodgers’ Baseball Giveaway

In 1995, the Dodgers had a promotion where it gave out 15K baseballs. Fans didn't like some calls from the umpires leading to the field being flooded with baseballs and the game being forfeited.