The art of being human

Law of Jones.

A person who can smile during failures, certainly thinks about who he can blame for another failure.

The paradox of the life of John Swift.

Strictly speaking, very few live for today. Most are preparing to live later.

Note by Bob Shaw.

When stupid people do something they are ashamed of, they justify themselves by fulfilling their duties.

The Lenz paradox.

Sesame, open up! I want to get out.

Rule of Andreev.

To go forward, look back often, for otherwise you will forget where you came from and where you need to go.

The Law of Knight.

A person who insistently repeats that he is not a fool usually gives rise to some doubts on this issue.

Shirley Act.

Most people are worthy of each other.

The laws of love proposed by Arthur.

1. People you are attracted to, invariably think that you remind them of someone.

2. If you finally have the courage to send a love letter, then it will go by mail for so long that you will have time to expose yourself to ridicule.

3. Romantic gestures of others seem unusual and exciting. And your own – stupid and awkward.

The law of wedding expenses of Tom.

The length of the marriage is inversely proportional to the cost of the wedding.

The neighborhood rule of the room.

He who snores falls asleep first.

Logistic suggestions of Colvard.

All probabilities are equal to 50%. Either happens, or not.

Unconscious comment.

This is especially true when dealing with a woman.

Commentary Grelba.

The reliability of this statement is 90% not in your favor.

The principle of intersecting acquaintances.

The probability of meeting buddies increases if you go with a person whose acquaintance you would not like to advertise.

Cheates’ Complaint.

If you helped a friend in need, he will surely remember you when he is in trouble again.

Law of Denniston.

Virtue is a punishment in itself.

Consequence.

If you once did something right, then someone will ask you to do it again.

Bloch’s comment.

The investigation absolutely corresponds to the following statement: virtue does not remain unpunished. The law of Denniston has a wider scope.

Observation of Ron for teens.

Acne on the face appear somewhere about an hour before the date. Scratch on the record always passes through the most favorite song.

The slogan of Professor Blok.

Forgive and remember.

The law of Jacob.

It’s natural for a person to err, but to blame others for mistakes is even more typical.

Edelstein’s advice.

Do not worry about what other people think of you. They are too concerned with what you think about them.

The Law of the Mider.

Whatever happens to you, all this has already happened to someone of your friends, but it was even worse.

Bocklage Law.

The one who laughs last, maybe did not understand the joke.

The postulates of Mark Twain.

1. Clothing makes a person. Naked people have little or no influence on society at all.

2. If you pick up a hungry dog ​​and make her life full, she will never bite you. This is the fundamental difference between a dog and a man.

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