These are perfect for spicing up your facebook/twitter status when you have nothing to say.
- Dear Week, I’m so over you. I’m leaving you for your best friend, Weekend. Don’t try to find us for at least 2 days. Love (not really), Me
- [Name] thinks that if your relationship status says, “It’s complicated” that you should stop kidding yourself and change it to “Single”
- I sometimes watch birds and wonder “If I could fly who would I shit on?”
- Always give 100% at work: 12% Monday, 23% Tuesday, 40% Wednesday, 20% Thursday, 5% Friday
- [Name] is based on a true story. The characters and events in his life are real. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead, is pityful cause his life sucks
- I never forget a face, but in your case I’ll be glad to make an exception
- I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific
- If I agreed with you we’d both be wrong.
- I think that if I died and went straight to hell it would take me at least a week to realize I wasn’t at work anymore.
- Dear Monday: I want to break up. I am seeing Tuesday and dreaming about Friday. Sorry. It’s not me — it’s you. Continue reading…
The fear of long words:
In a real world situation if someone with this affliction is ever asked the question…
“Do you have any phobias?”
The likely answer would be…
“I have…. well, sir, I’m afraid to say.
Now that’s just cruel
The Seven Blunders of the World is a list that Mahatma Gandhi gave to his grandson Arun Gandhi, written on a piece of paper, on their final day together, not too long before his assassination. The seven blunders are:
- Wealth without work
- Pleasure without conscience
- Knowledge without character
- Commerce without morality
- Science without humanity
- Worship without sacrifice
- Politics without principle
You should live your life and try to make the world a better place for your being in it, whether or not you believe in god. If there is no god, you have lost nothing and will be remembered fondly by those you left behind. If there is a benevolent god, he will judge you on your merits and not just on whether or not you believed in him.