Universality, or perhaps another pretentious sounding word.Posted: March 8, 2008
If I have learned anything in life, it’s that there are two unspoken but true laws of nature that always seem to apply no matter who you are. They are, as follows:
The Rain Law: Which states that if it is raining outside, all building are immediately more crowded than they usually are, the roads are instantly congested, (even though the usual traffic that time is half as bad, I might add, and all drivers on said road automatically drive like a blind geezer that is driving their grandson’s bitchin’ car like they did in the olden days when there were no laws, no traffic signals, no stop signs; ONLY DEATHTRAPS ON WHEELS. The moment the rain lets up, it all seems to return to normal, perhaps magically.
And of course, the dreaded and oft unnoticed until after the fact;
The Good Day Rule: This rule, when simply put, states that: For every good day that one has, there is an equivalent number of piece of shit days that will come to you within a week’s time after the original first day occurred. Wait. ‘That wasn’t simple at all!’, you might interject. But it is. Think about it, for once.
These, if you didn’t already figure out, happen so often that I feel it must be written out to the rest of you.