Clearing up some misconceptions

Misery loves company…misery might but who really wants to buddy up to someone when they are miserable.  Put 2 miserable people together and you just get WAY more misery then you started with.

When the going gets tough, the tough get going.  Or sometimes the tough just see the writing on the wall and quit.  After all the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting different results.

Never let them see you sweat.  Or cry, or weep, or whimper….

When God closes a door, he opens a window.  And that window opens to a 10 story drop of a brick wall.  A window isn’t always a good thing.  Sometimes the door is the only realistic means of escape.

It wasn’t meant to be.  Why the hell not?

Have faith-even I have the good sense to leave this one alone

Good things come to those who wait.  They might but what good are the good things when you are dead

Things could be worse.  I know but right now they suck.

Hard work pays off.  OMG don’t get my started.

Believe.  Tried that, didn’t work. Now I just feel stupid.

Leap of faith-Leapt, landed hard, SPLAT

You never know if you never try. Well I tried and failed, now what?

Lead by example.  And those that are unable to follow will revolt and stab you in the back.

Life isn’t fair.  No s*&^%^?

If you aren’t hearing NO, then it means you aren’t asking for enough.  Or you are smart enough to know when to take a hint and quit.

Never kick a man while he’s down.  Evidently this is a myth and most people see a ‘down man’ as an easier target.

Trust.  Why?

Happens once, shame on you.  Happens, twice, shame on me.  If it happens over and over and over again you’ll get used to it.

A smile solves everything.  Really?  I am smiling like a fool and nothing seems to be getting better.

This too shall pass.   And as it passes it will knock you down, run you over, back up, run over you again and then leave you there, battered and bruised to die.

 Initial clichés are B.S. so I’ve re-invented them.

The only saying I give any stock to is, “Tomorrow is another day”.  That, my friends, is true.  It might not be a better day—no one promises that.  

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2 thoughts on “Clearing up some misconceptions

  1. Being unemployed for way too long, I have heard everyone of those. I am so sick of hearing them. Just once I would like to hear “Yeah, that sucks” instead of the cliches.

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