Thursday, March 23, 2006

Universal Laws

For reasons I cannot yet fathom, there seems to be certain fundamental but cruel laws that govern this universe.

For example: money is so hard to earn yet it's so easy to spend. Losing weight (and keeping it off) takes a lot of determination yet putting it on (and keeping it there) can be done with no great hardship. In fact, it's fun!

The best medicines seem to taste the worst, you have to be cruel to be kind, and it hurts more to be cut by a blunt knife than a sharp one.

I'm aiming to do two difficult things over the next few months: save money and lose weight. Now, why do I get this funny feeling it's going to be the other way round?


Anonymous said...

When I go on a diet the first thing to go is, of course, chocolate and based on the fact that it should save me (and my wife) about £14 a week we should be better off by more than £700 a year! Are we?
Well what do you think ? !!

Rooby said...

...ok...since we're talking economics, and sliding scales / inverse proportions (mathematically), despite my good resolve, and best intentions, it really does seem to be the case that "weed will get you through times of no money better than money will get you through times of no weed". Not that I'm advocating the usage of Class C substances in any way...remember kids... JUST SAY NO! (yeahhhh, right...). :)

Roobles :-P said...

I'm with the band :-P

Basement Jaxx Yo’Yo ’Featuring Alma ’The Soul’ Duah’

You were a prophet from above
Then you came and sucked my blood
My pain became my strength
I am reborn I’m
Def not dumb
"est you forget
Yo Yo Yo Yo Yo Yo