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Fundamental laws of the universe

  • If it's bad, it's possible.
  • You can find anything you have lost, as long as you are looking for something else.
  • The severity of the itch is inversely proportional to the likelihood of being able to scratch.
  • The lower your zipper is, the lower your credibility will be.
  • There is no end to the amount a person can accomplish, as long as it isn't what they're supposed to be doing.
  • Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.
  • Of all the fundamental forces of the universe, the strongest is the will of a woman.
  • Whatever can go wrong will go wrong, at the worst possible time, in the worst possible way (Murphy's law).
  • You can have it cheap, fast or good. Pick two.
  • All roads lead to McDonald's.
  • Sometimes the best way to get through is to go around.
  • As a rule, there will always be an exception.
  • The quality of the napkins at any given restaurant is inversely proportional to the messiness of the food.
  • It usually takes at least three socks to make a pair.
  • The better the shoe fits, the uglier it must be.
  • Procrastination is the only thing guaranteed to get done.
  • The probability of being watched is proportional to the stupidity of what you're doing.
  • Entropy .

Simon's Cat

Some YouTube gems. Just awesome how the artist managed to reproduce the behavior and movements of a cat in such a recognizable way! I am sure every cat owner will crack up watching these. :)

Simon's Cat in 'Cat Man Do'

Simon's Cat in 'Let Me In!'

There are more of them on the Simon's Cat channel on YouTube !

Soda or pop?

While writing the previous entry I ended up wondering if I should use the word soda can, or pop can. In the end I avoided the issue alltogether, but in the process I stumbled upon this interesting website that attempts to do a scientific study on this important issue.

So in the name of science, head over to the Pop vs. Soda page and provide your data!

What you see is NOT what you get

I've been waiting for someone to do a comparison like this.

The picture shows the big, juicy and tasty looking ad for a whopper next to the flat, gooey, sad reality.
The ad whopper versus the sad whopper

There are many more images comparing fast food ads with their real counterparts where I found this one. Be sure to check them out!

Since when do babies look like burritos?

Image shows a newspaper clipping with a police report that says:
Wal-Mart: Police receive a report of a newborn infant found in a trash can. Upon investigation, officers discover it was only a burrito.
Since when do babies look like burritos?

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