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There is always something worse. March 18, 2010

Posted by tyjorg in What I Learned Tonight.
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What I learned tonight is there is always something worse. When times are rough we would rather just complain and go to sleep or something along those lines. When you stub your toe you will tell the world while yelling and stuff, like it is the couches fault. It could be the couch I guess, I mean the coach did decided to sit right there of all places. You may not know this but couches move from time to time, mostly at night when you are asleep. A couch is kind of like a medieval army attacking in the cover of darkness. Similar but the couch does not attack it is just on the move. What is the worst job you can think of, probably your own, but how can everyone’s job be the worst? Your car probably is no good, but it is probably better than mine. Car’s don’t really move on there own unless you don’t put on that all important parking brake. Brakes are important because they stop your car. When life throws you lemons just throw them at the next guy or gal. And if they throw them right back just be reminded that things are always worse for someone else.

Take a look at this on your way out and be glad you’re a tooth brush.

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1. The Silas - March 18, 2010

A couch is kind of like a medieval army attacking in the cover of darkness.

2. lauri - March 18, 2010

good one!!

3. Jeff - March 22, 2010

I have witnessed one of these couch movements, and let me tell you, they do not go down easy when you disturb them.


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