Murphy's Law And Other Laws Secretly Shaping Your Daily Life!
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You think you have the control of your life in your hands. You can't be more wrong. There are laws, rules and principles shaping your life without you noticing it, and all of them are against you! We listed most common ones for you...
1. Willoughby’s Law
When you try to prove to someone that a machine won’t work, it will.
2. Andrew Young Law
If 100 businessmen would decide to do something illegal, it will become legal.
3. Axwell Law
If the air is fresh but you can't drink the tap water, you are in a underdeveloped country. However if you can drink the water but the air is polluted, then you are in a deveploped country.
4. Murphy's Second Law of Construction
When taking something apart to fix a minor malfunction, you will cause a major malfunction.
5. Lofta's Tears
No one will abandon you when you are feeling good.
6. Murphy’s Second Corollary
Every solution breeds new problems.
7. Fant Law
When attempting to open a locked door with only one hand free, the key will be in the opposite pocket.
8. Monly's Rule
Logic is a method to arrive a wrong conclusion without being ashamed.
9. Murphy's First Corollary
Nothing is as easy as it looks.
10. Goodwin Law
Anything visible is criticizable.
11. Fultons's Law of Gravity
The effort to catch a falling object will produce more destruction than if the object had been allowed to fall in the first place.
12. Kovac's Conundrum
When you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal.
13. Rule of the Great
When people you greatly admire appear to be thinking deep thoughts, they are probably thinking about lunch.
14. Murphy's Law
If anything can go wrong, it will.
15. Murphy's Second Principle
Everything takes longer than you think.
16. Murphy's Third Principle
If several things that could have gone wrong have not gone wrong, it would have been ultimately beneficial for them to have gone wrong.
17. The Queue Principle
The longer you wait in line, the greater the likelihood that you are standing in the wrong line.