Some Red Proverbs

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I feel enlightened this morning so I made a few proverbs/quotes you can go impart on your children. And no, don't tell them it came from me.

  • And who so first cast the stone be of lesser worth, it seems. The faultless cannot step forth as so without the fault of righteousness.

  • You're not a threat to them. At least they don't consider you as such. An advantage if you think about it. A disadvantage if you think about it too much.

  • If money can truly make people happy, we'd have insurance salesmen preaching during Sunday service.

  • Whoever said "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" is a lazy wart. For evil to triumph, it's also necessary for bad men to try really really hard. Nothing is ever THAT easy. Take that, Sir Edmund you lazy toad.

  • THABTO is a good quoteronym. I say THABTOUYRYHTPTAMFTB. Two heads are better than one - until you realize you have to pay twice as much for teeth braces.

  • For what it's worth, I think these genocidal dictators are going at the pseudological direction when they start killing off hordes of people to unite a nation. Pros: Having death as a common trait will stop any racial bickering (or anything related to living for that matter). Cons: Tax payers will be harder to come by.

  • Copying quotes doesn't make you any more wittier than photocopying paintings makes you a Picasso.

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