Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Tug's Observations On Life...

Here are a few things that I have noticed over the years.

They are totally random, and may not hold consistently true 100% of the time, but in my personal experience, they hold true most of the time.

So, here they are, in no particular order.

1. Everybody likes to have their back scratched, no matter who they are.

2. Nobody enjoys having their feet tickled. (Not even the dog.)

3. If you ask most women about the fuel milage that their car gets, they will tell you everywhere they have been since the last time they bought gas, and how much gas is left in their tank.

4. Nobody on Television ever has a dropped Cell Phone Call, or has poor Cell Phone Service unless a Killer is after them.

5. The 9 minutes between hitting the Snooze Alarm and actually having to get up are the best 9 minutes of sleep of the whole night.

6. Dogs understand the concept of personal property.

8. Cordless Power Tools are cool.

9. If your Wife is having a bad day, and you can beat her home, Wash the Dishes. (You'll be glad you did.)

10. Albums sounded better than CD's, and CD's sound better than mp3's.

11. Snakes are not as afraid of me as I am of them.

12. Good fences make good neighbors. No neighbors at all make wonderful neighbors.

13. Sometimes it's circumstances. Sometimes it's just bad luck.
And then again, sometimes, it's nobody's fault but mine.

14. Men, if they do manly things, need Pickup Trucks.

15. Nobody really wants to hear you complain...So sing, and let everyone else complain.

16. If you buy something on sale for 10% off, and put it on a credit card at 18% interest, you haven't saved any money.

17. There absolutely IS such thing as a stupid question.

18. Tommorrow is one of the greatest labor saving devices of today.

19. The only good Fly is a dead Fly, and even they don't taste all that great.

And last but not least, a wise old saying that I made up. (You might recognize it from my Blog Header.)

20. Every decision that you make in life boils down to these three questions...

What Do You Want?

What Does It Cost?

Can You Afford It?

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