Well, you're pretty stupid for wanting 2 fail, but if you succeed when you want 2 fail, then u pretty much have failed so u got your wish. However if you tried to fail and succeeded on failing then you have both failed and succeeded. You have failed which is what you wanted to do. But you have also succeeded in failing.
yes technically if ufailed in failing you succeed?
well, if it was your goal to fail, then you have succeeded at failing.
short answer: succeeded. long boring answer: regardless of what you failed at you wernt trying to succeed at it so it is completely irrelevent. what you were trying to do was fail and that is just what you did so you have succeeded in your goal which is all that matters.
Failure is when someone has failed or did not succeed in doing something. "A failure" is usually the person that failed at succeeding.
then you would still fail to succeed as trying to fail is as bad as failing while trying to succeed. but you would succeed to fail. wierd right but no one ever fails until they stop trying!!
You have succeeded in failing!
Succeeded is the past participle of succeed.
I would say opposite of disappointed would be proud. Typically when one is disappointed, its because of personal failure or because someone failed you. When you do something right, or succeed instead of failing, you are proud of yourself, or the person who has succeeded. Satisfied would also work in some cases.
The past tense of succeed is succeeded.