Celebrate The Unofficial End Of Summer With This Year's Best Summer Fail Videos

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Summer is traditionally the most beloved season, but it’s not for everyone. The people in the following videos, for instance, are probably celebrating the arrival of Labor Day — and thus, the unofficial end of summer — more than most.

Here are this year’s most entertaining videos of people trying (and failing miserably) to enjoy summer activities, courtesy of the brand new UPROXX video section.

All Good Things Must Come To An End. Even This Sensual Roller Skating Display.

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The Bulk Of Wedding Season Firmly Overlaps The Summer Months, Just Like This Wedding Photographer’s Camera Drone Firmly Overlapped The Groom’s Face.

Slippery Rocks Are No Substitute For A Slip ‘N Slide. Someone Should’ve Told Banana Man.

Getting Your Motorcycle Washed By A Girl In A Bikini Seems Like A Fun And Harmless Summer Activity, Right?

They Just Don’t Make Diving Boards Like They Used To.

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