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Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.
Rings true doesnt it? Hits way too close to home
Weve all been in those scenarios when everything seems to be
Rings true doesnt it? Hits way too close to home even?
Weve all been in those scenarios when everything seems to be conspiring against us in the most absurd way possible. Inconveniences pile high upon us. Its enough to drive one insane.
The popular aphorism by Edward Murphy pretty much covers it. (Theres a British version known as Sods law which goes If something can go wrong, it will.) As long as humanity has existed, there has been the belief that the fates often work to bring us down, be it as an excuse for sheer inefficiency or an honest expression of exasperation.
The other queue always seems to move faster, the buttered side of the bread lands on the floor or you feel that annoying itch when your hands are covered in grime. Daily, regular experiences that often make for funny anecdotes, if youre that kind of person, when you look back upon them. Humourist Paul Jennings even came up with the term Resistentialism to explain the undeniable dislike inanimate objects seem to have for the more animatedly fortunate (aka us humans). This is a rather amusing theory which attributes feelings of malice to things like misplaced keys or lost socks which strive to annoy wary humans like you and me. The slogan of Resistentialism says "Les choses sont contre nous". ("Things are against us")
There are those consumed by cynicism who go as far as to call Murphy an optimist. Arthur Bloch has authored a series of books with various versions of Murphys law that highlight the quirkier aspects of our daily series of unfortunate events.