## Kon’s Consequence to Murphy’s Law.

If something does not work out, then this is just the beginning.

## Consequence of McDonald to the law of Murphy.

In all circumstances, the right course of action is determined by subsequent events.

In practice, in the expression 1 + 1 = 2, the symbol “=” means “rarely” or “never”.

## The principle of Murphy’s uncertainty.

Only after an uncountable number of errors are made, it can be said with certainty that something has gone wrong.

## The rule of Fonstock’s failure.

If, from the very beginning, you failed, destroy all evidence of your attempts to succeed.

## Kaiser’s remark to the Zimerga law.

Never open a can of worms unless you are going fishing.

## Murphy’s mathematical axiom.

1. If a digit is followed by a figure greater than five, it is rounded to two.
2. If the number followed by a figure is less than five, it is also rounded to two.

## Dyud duality law.

If there are two evils, more will occur.

## Remark May West.

Man is prone to make mistakes, and this is divine.

## The law is a mystery.

Nature despises people.

## Barkovsky’s Law.

You can not protect yourself from accidents.

## Principle of Peruzzi.

With a bad start, troubles increase with exponential speed.

## The number factor.

The amount is inversely proportional to quality.

## Ken’s Law.

A flying object will tend to hit the nearest eye.

## Law of Allen.

Almost everything is easier to screw, than to unscrew.

## Fourth Law of Frotingham.

Urgency is inversely proportional to the degree of importance.

## The Rockefeller Principle.

Always do everything so that everyone will see: you work.

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