also known as “Murphy’s Law” or “”Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”.
But why is it that…
You will always run out toothpaste on the morning of an appointment with the dentist.
You will always catch a cold within two weeks of starting a new job.
The cost of living will always rise to exceed your income.
If you buy a new one, the old one will turn up immediately.
Whichever way you turn on entering a lift, the buttons will be on the opposite side.
You make a mess of your home and you will always get visitors.
If you switch queues the one you just left will start to move faster than the one you are now in.
The telephone will always ring the moment you get into the bath.
At the cinema, the people whose seats are furthest from the aisle will always arrive last.
The spot never appears until an hour before the first date.
Whenever you tell someone what you paid for an item, you will always immediately find out where you could have bought the same thing for less money.
The partner who snores loudest always falls asleep first.
The plate you break will never be the one that was chipped already.
Bags of rubbish leaning against the wall will always split and fall towards you.
The dog will only ever knock the vase over when it’s got water in.
Fuses never blow during the day and,
The phone always ring when you’re changing the baby’s nappy?
If you can provide the answers, please let us all know!
Thank you to “The Little Book of Handy Hints”