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70 amazing and weird facts which will really blow your mind

1. The oldest human using Facebook is 105 years old

2. Only 3% of India’s population pay Tax to the Government

3. The frog heart beats 1000 times in one minute

4. The first computer mouse was made in 1964 with the help of wood.

5. The Bangkok is the most visited place in the world with 20.05 millions visitors.

6. Intelligent people becomes angry faster as compare to normal people.

7. The first pizza shop was opened in Italy in 1930, Which still exists.

8. A person can’t kill himself by stopping his breath.

9. The most used password in the world is 123456.

10. Canada is the most educated country in the world.

11. The milk of hippopotamus is pink in colour

12. The leech is an invertebrate animal, which have 32 brains

13. Octopus have 3 hearts

14. Humans move their eyes more 100,000 times a day.

15. A average person blinks 28,800 times in a day.

16. A average person usually breathes 17,000 – 30,000 times in a day.

17. An African bush elephant only sleeps for two hours in a day.

18. It is a myth that a person use only 10 % of his brain.

19. Scientists created a 3D-printed heart using a patient’s cells.

20. Canada’s national parks are bigger than many countries.

21. Octopus lays 56,000 eggs at a time.

22. Peas are one of the most popular pizza topping in Brazil.

23. Ravens are the bird who can learn to speak better than parrots.

24. The world’s longest man-made beach is in Mississippi.

25. Male platypuses are venomous.

26. Tug of war used to be an Olympic event from 1900 to 1920.

27. Blinking your eye is a Micronap.

28. Human Nails Grow Faster Today Than They Used to before.

29. Tongue is the strongest muscle in the body.

30. Everyone has a unique tongue print just like your fingerprints.

31. Humans Have More Than Five Senses.

32. If you earn more than $18,000 a year than you are among the 4% of richest people in the world.

33. Most of the diamonds are at least 3 billion years ago.

34. It would take less than 6 months to reach the moon by car at the speed of 95 km/h.

35. Traffic accidents kill about 1.25 million people per year.

36. Over 50 million people gets injured due to traffic accidents every year.

37. Airbags takes just 30 milliseconds (0.03 seconds) to inflate.

38. Porsche’s first car was an electric car.

39. Almost 100 billion people have died in all human history.

40. Almost 20,000 people die due to poverty every day.

41. Vegetarian are less 19% less likely to die from the heart disease.

42. In France, you can marry a dead person.

43. Facebook has around 100 million active users in Africa.

44. 90% of the world’s fresh water is in Antarctica.

45. Antarctica is the only continent in the world without a time zone.

46. HP printer black ink is more expensive than a blood.

47. There are more kangaroos in Australia than people living there.

48. Over 20,000 people die every day due to cancer.

49. There are 1 billion car which are currently in use on Earth.

50. An average car consists of 30,000 parts.

51. Depression may cause you to dream up to 3 to 4 times more than you normally would.

52. An average human yawn around 250,000 times over the course of his life.

53. Tomatoes contain more genes than human.

54. If you weigh 68 kg on earth than you would weigh 1,905 kg on sun.

55. If you weigh 68 kg on earth than would weigh 11 kg on moon.

56. The grapes explode when you put them in microwave.

57. Around 24,000 people are killed due to lightning every year.

58. The temperature of bolt of lightning is 5 times hotter than the surface of the sun.

59. The statue liberty is estimated to be hit around 600 times every year.

60. Your heart can keep beating ever if it is separated from your body.

61.Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to give space to your lungs.

62. Newborn babies can see in black and white for few months.

63. Babies are not able to recognise themselves until they are at least 18 months old.

64. All bacteria present in our body collectively weighs about 4 pounds.

65. Most of the antibiotics are made from the bacteria.

66. Lack of oxygen in our brain for 5 to 10 minutes can lead to permanent brain damage.

67. When a person learn something new the structure of their brain changes.

68. We have about 70,000 thoughts a day.

69. The human brain can hold about 3 million hours of television.

70. The average person walks about 120,000 km in a lifetime means 5 times round the world.

Funny hotel mistranslations from around the world – hilarious translation blunders

The hotels of their way to please their customers. This is normally ideal for clients, but can leave a little confused when they go beyond their language boundaries.

The following is a list of some funny signs hotel abroad that have been mistranslated.



  • Is forbitten to steal hotel towels please. If you are not person to do such thing is please not to read notis.
  • Please to bathe inside the tub.
  • You are invited to take advantage of the chambermaid.
  • Information booklet about using a hotel air conditioner: Cooles and Heates: If you want just condition of warm in your room, please control yourself.
  • Guests are requested not to smoke or do other disgusting behaviors in bed.
  • Depositing the room key into another person is prohibited.


  • Do not enter the lift backwards, and only when lit up.
  • Berlin cloakroom: Please hang yourself here.
  • It is our intention to pleasure you every day.


  • Visitors are expected to complain at the office between the hours of 9 and 11 A.M. daily.
  • In order to prevent shoes from mislaying, please don’t corridor them. The management cannot be held.


In case of fire, do your utmost to alarm the hotel porter.


  • Please leave your values at the front desk.
  • Name of a hotel in Lectoure: Hotel de Bastard.
  • Wondering what to wear? A sports jacket may be worn to dinner, but no trousers.


The lift is being fixed for the next day. During that time we regret that you will be unbearable.


  • To move the cabin, push button for wishing floor. If the cabin should enter more persons, each one should press a number of wishing floor. Driving is then going alphabetically by national order.
  • The flattening of underwear with pleasure is the job of the chambermaid.


  • Across from a Russian Orthodox monastery: You are welcome to visit the cemetery where famous Russian and Soviet composers, artists, and writers are buried daily except Thursdays.
  • If this is your first visit to the USSR, you are welcome to it.


On the menu of a Polish hotel: Salad a firm’s own make; limpid red beet soup with cheesy dumplings in the form of a finger; roasted duck let loose; beef rashers beaten up in the country people’s fashion.


  • Because of the impropriety of entertaining guests of the opposite sex in the bedroom, it is suggested that the lobby be used for this purpose.
  • Special today – no ice cream.
  • We have nice bath and are very good in bed.


The manager has personally passed all the water served here.


Please do not bring solicitors into your room.


  • Included with the package of complimentary wares in a Chinese hotel was a pair of workout shorts marked: Uncomplimentary pants.
  • Good apperance please no watermelon please.

South Korea

  • Choose twin bed or marriage size; we regret no King Kong size.
  • Measles not included in room charge.


  • This hotel is renowned for its peace and solitude. In fact, crowds from all over the world flock here to enjoy its solitude.
  • Please dial 7 to retrieve your auto from the garbage.
  • Suggestive views from every window.
  • If service is required, give two strokes to the maid and three to the waiter. It is kindly requested from our guests that they avoid dirting and doing rumours in the rooms. Hot and cold water running up and down the stairs.


Instructions in case of fire: If you are unable to leave your room, expose yourself in the window.


To call room service, please open door and call Room Service. Please call quiet, people may sleep.


A strong trunk is at your disposal on the reception of the hotel.


  • We highly recommend the hotel tart.
  • Take Discotheque with or without date, in summer plus open air bonging bar
  • (Canary Islands) If you telephone for room service you will get the answer you deserve.


Please do not use the lift when it is not working.


No entries in upper clothes


Flying water in all rooms. You may bask in sun on patio


Take care of burglars


No spiting on the walls

100 funniest short jokes

“I want to start with a chimney joke – I have a stack. The first is at home. “- Vine Team

As a scarecrow, people say I am extraordinary in my field. But straw – it’s in my jeans.

“The best time to add insult to injury is when you sign a contract with someone.” – Demetri Martin

“Years ago I used to supply Filofax to the mafia. I was involved in a very organized crime. “- Milton Jones

“I dreamed last night that I cut carrots with the Grim Reaper – revoked with death.” – Vine Team

I told my girlfriend that she raised her eyebrows too high. He looked surprised.

“I went to buy camouflage pants the other day, but I couldn’t find it.” – Tommy Cooper

I waited and stayed up all night and tried to find out where the sun was. Then I realized.

“I saw this guy chatting up cheetah. I thought:‘ He tried to pull fast. ‘”- Team Vine

“I have kleptomania. But when it gets worse, I take something for it. “- Ken Dodd

Time passes like an arrow, the fruit flies like a banana.

“This man said to me: ‘I will attack you with the neck of the guitar.’ I said: ‘Is it anxious?’ “- Vine Team

“This police came to me with a pencil and a very thin piece of paper. He said, ‘I want you to track someone for me. ” – Vine Team

“Someone really praised me while driving me today. They left a few notes, he said said Good Parking. ‘- Vine Team

I told my friend 10 jokes to make him laugh. There are no words in 10 do.

I bought a few shoes from a drug dealer. I did not know what he liked about them, but I had tripped all day.

I have decided to sell my Hoover – it only collects dust.

“I usually meet my girlfriend at 12:59 because I like that time one by one.” – Tom Ward

How does NASA arrange a party? They are planets.

Did you hear about the actor falling from the floor? He just passed the stage.

“My New Year’s resolution is to get a good body shape. I choose the round. “- Sarah Millican

“My wife – it’s hard to say what she did. She sells shells on the beach.” – Milton Jones

What does the left eye to the right eye say? Between you and me, something smells.

“I told the Inland Revenue I didn’t owe them a dime. I lived by the sea.” – Ken Dodd

My wife told me that I must stop acting like a flamingo. So I have to put my foot down.

“I need a password that is eight characters long, so I chose Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” – Nick Helm

Sometimes I put my knees to my chest and leaned forward. That’s how I roll.

“The hardest work I have ever had? Selling doors, door to door. “- Bill Bailey

A soldier survived mustard gas in battle, and then pepper spray by the police. He is now an experienced veteran.

“Looking at my face like reading in a car. It’s okay for 10 minutes, then you start feeling sick. “- Andrew Lawrence

I bought my friend an elephant for his room. He said “Thank you!” I said, “Don’t mention it.”

“I was playing chess with my friend and he said, ‘Let’s make this interesting’. So, we stopped playing chess. “- Matt Kirshen

Why do we tell the actors to ‘break their legs?’ Because each game has a player.

“Crime in a multi-storey parking lot. That’s wrong on many different levels. “- Vine Team

“Cement mixers collide with the prison van. Drivers are asked to look for 16 hard criminals. “- Peter Kay

What is the difference between hippos and hippos? One is very heavy, and the other is a little lighter.

“I met this guy with a didgeridoo and he was playing Dancing Queen. I thought, ‘that’s Abba-riginal.’ “- Vine Team

“My grandfather found a cold air balloon. It never really took off.” – Milton Jones

“I recently went on a balloon vacation – I’m wearing four stones!” – Milton Jones

I hate Russian dolls … so full of themselves!

“Two monkeys are bathing. One said: ‘Oo, oo, aah.’ Others answered: ‘Then just chill.

My friend said to me: “What is Rhy

Here is a list of 20 weird superstitions

1. A bird in the house is a sign of death.

2. A loaf of bread should never be turned upside down after cutting a slice.

3. Never carry a broom when you move. Drop it and buy a new one.

4. If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year.

5. If a black cat walks towards you, it brings good fortune, but if it moves away, it brings good luck.

6. An acorn in the window will keep lightning

7. A dog that howls at night when someone in the house is sick is a bad omen.

8. It is bad luck to leave a house through a different door than the one that used to enter.

9. A horseshoe hanging in the bedroom will keep nightmares away.

10. If a leaf falls on the first day of autumn, it will not catch cold all winter.

11. If a mirror in the house falls and breaks alone, someone in the house will die soon.

12. Dropping an umbrella on the floor means there will be a murder in the house.

13. All windows must be opened at the time of death so that the soul can leave.

14. If the groom drops the wedding ring during the ceremony, the marriage is condemned.

15. Dreaming of a lizard is a sign that you have a secret enemy.

16. If a friend gives you a knife, you must give him a coin, or your friendship will be broken soon.

17. You should never start a trip on Friday or you will face misfortune.

18. The dream of running: a sign of a great change in your life.

19. If a clock that has not worked suddenly sounds, there will be a death in the family.

20. It is bad luck to light three cigarettes with the same match.

Cheating Can Be More Difficult Than Just Competing

In the 1968 Golden Globe round-the-world yacht race, 36-year-old Donald Crowhurst had a plan: he’d sail a small, plywood trimaran. He had no experience, and his boat was frighteningly flimsy, but he convinced all who listened that he was deadly serious.

The Mercy is a 2017 British biographical drama film, directed by James Marsh and written by Scott Z. Burns. It is based on the true story of the disastrous attempt by the amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst to complete the Sunday Times Golden Globe Race in 1968 and his subsequent attempts to cover up his failure.

Shortly into the race, though, he realized his predicament and determined that his only options were to quit the race or probably die sailing. So, he decided to keep his boat in the South Atlantic Ocean while the other boats raced around the world, and then he’d catch up at the end. He fabricated his reports and his logbooks so it looked like he was winning the race. Eventually, the pressure got to him, as he constructed fake log entries that were “often more difficult to complete than real entries due to the celestial navigation research required.” His ship was later found abandoned – it’s believed he jumped out and drowned.

Our Sun is just one star out of 300 sextillion

There could be as many as 300 sextillion stars. Want to write that down? It’s a 3 followed by 23 zeroes. Like this:


The research, led by Yale astronomer Pieter van Dokkum, is being published by the journal Nature. In an interview with Space.com, von Dokkum said the findings are based on data gathered when the researchers were analyzing “red dwarfs” — stars that are dimmer than our sun and much smaller.

The “faint signatures” of those red dwarfs in eight galaxies “located between about 50 million and 300 million light-years away,” led to the new calculation of how many stars are out there.

“There are possibly trillions of Earths orbiting these stars,” van Dokkum said. He added that the red dwarfs they discovered, which are typically more than 10 billion years old, have been around long enough for complex life to evolve. “It’s one reason why people are interested in this type of star.”

Laws Similar to Murphy’s Laws

You have probably heard of Murphy’s Laws, but here’s some similar ones you might not know about:

Aigner’s Axiom:  No matter how well you perform your job, a superior will
seek to modify the results.

Airplane Law:  When the plane you’re on is late, the plane you’re
transferring to is on time.

Alinsky’s Rule for Radicals:  Those who are most moral are farthest from the

Allen’s Axiom: When all else fails, read the directions.

Allen’s Law:  Almost anything is easier to get into than to get out of.

Amand’s Law of Management:  Everyone is always someplace else.

Anthony’s Law of Force:  Don’t force it; get a larger hammer.

Anthony’s Law of the Workshop:  Any tool, when dropped, will roll into the
least accessible corner of the workshop.  Corollary:  On the way to the
corner, any dropped tool will first strike your toes.

Aristotle’s Dictum:  One should always prefer the probable impossible to the
improbable possible.

Army Axiom:  Any order that can be misunderstood has been misunderstood.

Arthur’s First Law of Love:  People to whom you are attracted inevitably
think you remind them of someone else.

Atwood’s Fourteenth Corollary:  No books are lost by lending except those
you particularly wanted to keep.

Baker’s Law of Economics:  You never want the one you can afford.

Ballance’s Law of Relativity:  How long a minute is depends on which side of
the bathroom door you’re on.

Banana Principle:  If you buy bananas or avocados before they are ripe,
there won’t be any left by the time they are ripe.  If you buy them ripe,
they rot before they are eaten.

Barth’s Distinction:  There are two types of people: those who divide people
into two types, and those who don’t.

Baruch’s Observation:  If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a

Basic Baggage Principle:  Whatever carrousel you stand by, your baggage will
come in on another one.

Basic Law of Befuddlement and Football: The best defense is a good offense.

Basic Law of Exams:  The more studying you did for the exam, the less sure
you are as to which answer they want.

Beach’s Law:  No two identical parts are alike.

The Murphy’s Law of Backpacking

Beck’s Political Law – A good slogan beats a good solution.

Bedfellow’s Rule:  The one who snores will fall asleep first.

Beifeld’s Principle:  The probability of a young man meeting with a
desirable and receptive young female increases by pyramidal progression when
he is already in the company of: (1) a date, (2) his wife, (3) a better
looking and richer male friend.

Bell’s Theorem:  When a body is immersed in water, the telephone rings.

Berkowitz’s Postulate: A clean desk gives a sense of relief and a plan for
impending disaster.

Berman’s Corollary to Roberts’s Axiom:  One man’s error is another man’s

Berra’s First Law:  You can observe a lot just by watching.

Berra’s Second Law:  Anyone who is popular is bound to be despised.

Beryl’s Law:  The “Consumer Report” on the item will come out a week after
you’ve made your purchase.  Corollaries:  1.  The one you bought will be
rated “unacceptable”.  2.  The one you almost bought will be rated “best

Biondi’s Law:  If your project doesn’t work, look for the part you didn’t
think was important.

Bitton’s Postulate on State-of-the-Art Electronics:  If you understand it,
it’s obsolete.

Blair’s Observation:  The best laid plans of mice and men are usually about

Bocklage’s Law:  He who laughs last probably didn’t get the joke.

Bogovich’s Law:  He who hesitates is probably right.

Boling’s Postulate:  If you’re feeling good, don’t worry.  You’ll get over

Borkowski’s Law:  You can’t guard against the arbitrary.

Bowersox’s Law of the Workshop:  If you have only one nail, it will bend.

Boyle’s Laws – 1) The first pull on the cord will always send the drapes the
wrong way. 2) Anything sore will be bumped more often.

Bralek’s Rule for Success:  Trust only those who stand to lose as much as
you when things go wrong.

Britt’s Green Thumb Postulate:  The life expectancy of a house plant varies
inversely with its price and directly with its ugliness.

Bromberg’s First Law of Auto Repair:  When the need arises, the tool or
object closest to you becomes a hammer.

Bromberg’s Second Law of Auto Repair:  No matter how minor the task, you
will inevitably end up covered with grease and motor oil.

Brooke’s Law: Whenever a system becomes completely defined, some damn fool
discovers something that either abolishes the system or expands it beyond

Brook’s Law:  Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later.

Brook’s Laws of Retailing:  Security isn’t.  Management can’t. Sales
promotions don’t.  Customer assistance doesn’t.  Worker’s won’t.

Bucy’s Law:  Nothing is ever accomplished by a reasonable man.

Bumper-To-Bumper Belief:  Traffic congestion increases in proportion to the
length of time the street is supervised by a traffic control officer.

Bureaucracy Principle:  Only a bureaucracy can fight a bureaucracy.

Burr’s Law: You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the
people some of the time, and that’s sufficient.

Cafeteria Law:  The item you had your eye on the minute you walked in will
be taken by the person in front of you.

Canada Bill’s Motto:  A Smith & Wesson beats four aces.

Captain Penny’s Law:  You can fool all of the people some of the time, and
some of the people all of the time, but you can’t fool MOM.

Cardinal Conundrum:  An optimist believes we live in the best of all
possible worlds.  A pessimist fears this is true.

Carlson’s Consolation: Nothing is ever a complete failure; it can always
serve as a bad example.

Cheop’s Law:  Nothing ever gets build on schedule or within budget.

Chisholm’s First Corollary:  If you do something that you are sure will meet
with everybody’s approval, somebody won’t like it.

Chisholm’s Second Corollary:  If you explain so clearly that nobody can
misunderstand, somebody will.

Chisholm’s Second Law:  When things are going well, something will go wrong.

Churchill’s Commentary on Man:  Man will occasionally stumble over the
truth, but most of the time he will pick himself up and continue on.

Clarke’s Law of Revolutionary Ideas: Every revolutionary idea — in Science,
Politics, Art or Whatever — evokes three stages of reaction. They may be
summed up by the three phrases:  1. “It is completely impossible — don’t
waste my time.”  2. “It is possible, but it is not worth doing.”  3. “I said
it was a good idea all along.”

Clarke’s Third Law:  Any sufficiently advanced technology is
indistinguishable from magic.

Clyde’s Law: If you have something to do, and you put it off long enough,
chances are someone else will do it for you.

Cochrane’s Aphorism:  Before ordering a test, decide what you will do if it
is (1) positive or (2) negative.  If both answers are the same, don’t take
the test.

Cole’s Law: Thinly sliced cabbage.

Collin’s Conference Principle:  The speaker with the most monotonous voice
speaks after the big meal.

Computer Programmer’s Lament:  Program complexity grows until it exceeds the
capability of the programmer who must maintain it.

Conway’s Law:  In any organization there will always be one person who knows
what is going on; eventually this person will be fired.

Cooper’s Metalaw:  A proliferation of new laws creates a proliferation of
new loopholes.

Cornuelle’s Law:  Authority tends to assign jobs to those least able to do

Courtois’s Rule:  If people listened to themselves more often, they would
talk less.

Dale’s Parking Postulate:  If only two cars are left in a vast parking lot,
one will be blocking the other.

Darrow’s Comment:  History repeats itself.  That’s one of the things wrong
with history.

Davis’s Law:  If a headline ends in a question mark, the answer is “no”.

De Jesus’s Observation:  An expert is that person who is most surprised by
the latest evidence to the contrary.

Deal’s First Law of Sailing:  The amount of wind will vary inversely with
the number and experience of the people you take on board.

Deal’s Second Law of Sailing:  No matter how strong the breeze when you
leave the dock, once you have reached the furthest point from port the wind
will die.

Dedera’s Law:  In a three-story building served by one elevator, nine times
out of ten the elevator car will be on a floor where you are not.

DeHay’s Axiom:  Simple jobs always get put off because there will be time to
do them later.

DeVyver’s Law: Given a sufficient number of people and an adequate amount of
time, you can create insurmountable opposition to the most inconsequential

Dieter’s Law: The food that tastes the best has the highest number of

Dilbert Principle: Incompetent employees are promoted to the position where
they can do the least damage – management.

Diner’s Dilemma:  A clean tie attracts the soup of the day.

Dingle’s Law:  When somebody drops something, everybody will kick it around
instead of picking it up.

Displaced Hassle Principle: To beat the bureaucracy, make your problem their

Dolan’s Law – If a person has had any connection with Harvard University or
the state of Texas, he will find a way to make that known to you during the
first ten minutes of your first conversation.

Dooley’s Law:  Trust everybody, but cut the cards.

Dorr’s Law of Athletics:  In an otherwise empty locker room, any two
individuals will have adjoining lockers.

Dr. Samuelson’s Reflection: The real objective of a committee is not to
reach a decision, but to avoid it.

Drazen’s Law of Restitution:  The time it takes to rectify a situation is
inversely proportional to the time it took to do the damage.  Example:  It
takes longer to glue a vase together than to break one.

Drew’s Law of Highway Biology:  The first bug to hit a clean windshield
lands directly in front of your eyes.

Drew’s Law of Professional Practice:  The client who pays you the least
complains the most.

Drummond’s Law of Personnel Recruiting:  The ideal resume will turn up one
day after the job has been filled.

Ducharme’s Precept:  Opportunity always knocks at the least opportune

Ducharm’s Axiom:  If one views his problem closely enough he will recognize
himself as a part of the problem.

Dude’s Law of Duality:  Of two possible events, only the undesired one will

Dumb Luck Rule:  You can always hit what you don’t aim at.

Dykstra’s Law:  Everybody is somebody else’s weirdo.

Eddie’s First Law of Business:  Never conduct negotiations before 10:00 a.m.
or after 4:00 p.m.  Before 10:00 you appear too anxious, and after 4:00 they
think you’re desperate.

Edds’s Law of Radiology:  The colder the X-Ray table, the more of your body
you are required to place on it.

Edelstein’s Advice:  Don’t worry about what other people think of you —
they’re too busy worrying about what you think of them.

Ehre’s Laws of Double Doors – In approaching an entrance that has two doors,
you will: 1) always enter the locked side; 2) Always pushed when you should
have pulled (or vice-versa); 3) Always, even when the door says to push or
pull, do the opposite 90% of the time.

Ely’s Law:  Wear the right costume and the part plays itself.

Eng’s Principle:  The easier it is to do, the harder it is to change.

Etorre’s Observation: The other line moves faster.

Evans’s and Bjorn’s Law:  No matter what goes wrong, there is always
somebody who knew it would.

Evans’s Law:  If you can keep your head when all about you are losing
theirs, then you just don’t understand the problem.

Extended Murphy’s Law:  If a series of events can go wrong, it will do so in
the worst possible sequence.

Fahnestock’s Rule for Failure:  If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all
evidence that you tried.

10 Murphy Laws for Frequent Flyers

Farber’s Fourth Law:  Necessity is the mother of strange bedfellows.

Farber’s Third Law: We’re all going down the same road in different

Farnsdick’s Corollary:  After things have gone from bad to worse, the cycle
will repeat itself.

Farrell’s Law of New-Fangled Gadgetry:  The most expensive component is the
one that breaks.

Felson’s Law:  To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from
many is research.

Ferguson’s Precept:  A crisis is when you can’t say “let’s forget the whole

Fifth Law of Unreliability:  To err is human, but to really foul things up
requires a computer.

Fifth Rule of Politics:  When a politician gets an idea, he usually gets it

Finagle’s Eight Rule:  Teamwork is essential . . . it allows you to blame
someone else.

Finagle’s First Law:  If an experiment works, something has gone wrong.

Finagle’s Fourth Law:  Once a job is fouled up, anything done to improve it
only makes it worse.

Finagle’s Laws of Information:  1. The information you have is not what you
want.  2. The information you want is not what you need.  3. The information
you need is not what you can obtain.  4. The information you can obtain
costs more than you want to pay.

Finagle’s Sixth Rule:  Do not believe in miracles — rely on them.

Finagle’s Third Law:  In any collection of data, the figure most obviously
correct, beyond all need of checking, is the mistake.

Finman’s Bargain Basement Principle:  The one you want is never the one on

Finster’s Law: A closed mouth gathers no feet.

Firestone’s Law of Forecasting: Chicken Little only has to be right once.

First Law for Freelance Artists:  A high paying rush job comes in only after
you’ve committed to a low paying rush job.

First Law of Applied Terror:  When reviewing your notes before an exam, the
most important ones will be illegible.

First Law of Bridge:  It’s always the partner’s fault.

First Law of Computer Programming:  Any given program, when running, is

First Law of Corporate Planning:  Anything that can be changed will be
changed up until there is no time left to change anything.

First Law of Debate:  Never argue with a fool — people might forget who’s

First Law of Kitchen Confusion:  In a family recipe that you discovered in
an old book, the most vital measurement will be illegible.

First Law of Living:  As soon as you’re doing what you wanted to be doing,
you want to be doing something else.

First Law of Money Dynamics:  A surprise monetary windfall will be
accompanied by an unexpected expense of the same amount.

First Law of Travel:  It always takes longer to get there than to get back.

First Political Principle:  No politician talks taxes during an election

First Rule of Acting:  Whatever happens, look as if it was intended.

First Rule of Intelligent Tinkering:  Save all the parts.

First Rule of Negative Anticipation:  You will save yourself a lot of
needless worry if you don’t burn your bridges until you come to them.

First Rule of Superior Inferiority:  Don’t let your superiors know you’re
better than they are.

Fish’s First Law of Animal Behavior:  The probability of a cat eating its
dinner has absolutely nothing to do with the price of the food placed before

Fish’s Second Law of Animal Behavior:  The probability that a household pet
making a fuss to go in or out is directly proportional to the number and
importance of your dinner guests.

Fiske’s Teenage Corollary to Parkinson’s Law:  The stomach expands to
accommodate the amount of junk food available.

Flagle’s Law of the Perversity of Inanimate Objects: Any inanimate object,
regardless of its composition or configuration, may be expected to perform
… at any time … in a totally unexpected manor, for reasons that are
obsure or else completely mysterious.

Flugg’s Law:  When you need to knock on wood is when you realize the world’s
composed of aluminum and vinyl.

Flugg’s Rule:  The slowest checker is always at the quick-check-out lane.

Fowler’s Note:  The only imperfect thing in nature is the human race.

Fox on Levelology:  What will get you promoted on one level will get you
killed on another.

Fox on Problematics:  When a problem goes away, the people working to solve
it do not.

Freeway Axiom:  The driver behind you wants to go five miles per hour

Freivald’s Law:  Only a fool can reproduce another fool’s work.

Fresco’s Discovery: If you knew what you were doing, you’d probably be
bored.  Corollary: Just because you’re bored doesn’t mean you know what
you’re doing.

Frothingham’s Fourth Law:  Urgency varies inversely with importance.

Fudd’s First Law of Opposition:  Push something hard enough and it will fall

Fulton’s Law of Gravity:  The effort of catching a falling object will cause
more destruction than if the object had been allowed to fall in the first

Gattuso’s Extension of Murphy’s Law:  Nothing is ever so bad that it can’t
get worse.

General Law:  The chaos in the universe always increases.

George’s Law:  All pluses have their minuses.

Gerhardt’s Law: If you find something you like, buy a lifetime supply. They
are going to stop making it.

Gilb’s First Law of Computer Unreliability:  Computers are unreliable, but
humans are even more unreliable.

Gioia’s Theory:  The person with the least expertise has the most opinions.

Glaser’s Law:  If it says “one size fits all,” it doesn’t fit anyone.

Glyme’s Formula For Success: The secret of success is sincerity. Once you
can fake that, you’ve got it made.

Golden Rule of Arts and Sciences:  Whoever has the gold makes the rules.
Goldenstern’s Rules:  1.  Always hire a rich attorney.  2.  Never buy from a
rich salesman.

Gold’s Law:  If the shoe fits, it’s ugly.

Golub’s Second Law of Computerdom:  A carelessly planned project takes three
times longer to complete than expected; a carefully planned project takes
only twice as long.

Gourd’s Axiom:  A meeting is an event at which the minutes are kept and the
hours are lost.

Grandmother Blackburn’s Mental Umbrella: Always be prepared for the worst.
If it happens, you are ready for it. If it doesn’t, you will be pleasantly

Grandpa Charnock’s Law:  You never really learn to swear until you learn to

Grave’s Law: As soon as you make something idiot-proof, along comes another

Green’s Law of Debate:  Anything is possible if you don’t know what you’re
talking about.

Greer’s Third Law:  A computer program does what you tell it to do, not what
you want it to do.

Grelb’s Reminder:  Eighty percent of all people consider themselves to be
above-average drivers.

Grissom’s Law – The smallest hole will eventually empty the largest
container, unless it is made intentionally for drainage, in which case it
will clog.

Grocery Bag Law:  The candy bar you planned to eat on the way home from the
market is hidden at the bottom of the grocery bag.

Grossman’s Misquote of H.L. Mencken:  Complex problems have simple,
easy-to-understand wrong answers.

Ground Rule for Laboratory Workers:  When you do not know what you are
doing, do it neatly.

Gualtieri’s Law of Inertia:  Where there’s a will, there’s a won’t.

Gummidge’s Law:  The amount of expertise varies in inverse proportion to the
number of statements understood by the general public.

Gumperson’s Law: The probability of a given event occuring is inversely
proportional to its desirability.

Hadley’s First Law of Clothing Shopping:  If you like it, they don’t have it
in your size.

Hadley’s Second Law of Clothing Shopping:  If you like it and it’s in your
size, it doesn’t fit anyway.

Hamilton’s Rule for Cleaning Glassware:  The spot you are scrubbing is
always on the other side.  Corollary:  If the spot is on the inside, you
won’t be able to reach it.

Hane’s Law:  There is no limit to how bad things can get.

Hanggi’s Law:  The more trivial your research, the more people will read it
and agree.  Corollary:  The more vital your research, the less people will
understand it.

Hardin’s Law:  You can never do just one thing.

Harrison’s Postulate:  For every action, there is an equal and opposite

Hecht’s Fourth Law:  There’s no time like the present for postponing what
you don’t want to do.

Heid’s Law of Lines:  No matter how early you arrive, someone else is in
line first.

Helga’s Rule:  Say no, then negotiate.

Heller’s Law:  The first myth of management is that it exists.  Corollary:
Nobody really knows what is going on anywhere within the organization.

Hellrung’s Law:  If you wait, it will go away.  Shavelson’s Extension:  . .
. having done its damage.  Grelb’s Addition:  . . . If it was bad, it’ll be

Henry Kissenger’s Discovery – The nice thing about being a celebrity is that
when you bore people, they think it’s their fault.

Henry’s Quirk of Human Nature:  Nobody loves a winner who wins all the time.

Herblock’s Law:  If it’s good, they discontinue it.

Hershiser’s First Rule:  Anything labeled “NEW” and/or “IMPROVED” isn’t.

Hershiser’s Second Rule:  The label “NEW” and/or “IMPROVED” means the price
went up.

Hershiser’s Third Rule:  The label “ALL NEW,” “COMPLETELY NEW” or “GREAT
NEW” means the price went way up.

Heymann’s Law:  Mediocrity imitates.

Higdon’s Law:  Good judgement comes from experience.  Experience comes from
bad judgement.

Hill’s Comment on Murphy’s Law: 1.  If we lose much by having things go
wrong, take all possible care.  2.  If we have nothing to lose by change,
relax.  3.  If we have everything to gain by change, relax.  4.  If it
doesn’t matter, it does not matter.

Hlade’s Law:  If you have a difficult task, give it to a lazy man — he will
find an easier way to do it.

Hoare’s Law of Large Problems:  Inside every large problem is a small
problem struggling to get out.

Hoffer’s Law:  When people are free to do as they please, they usually
imitate each other.

Hoffstedt’s Employment Principle:  Confusion creates jobs.

Hollenbeck’s Law:  The direction of take-off will be opposite that of the
final destination.

Holten’s Homily:  The only time to be positive is when you are positive you
are wrong.

Horner’s Five-Thumb Postulate:  Experience varies directly with equipment

Horners’s Five Thumb Postulate: Experience varies directly with equipment

Howe’s Law:  Everyone has a scheme that will not work.

Hughes’s Observation:  Grass growing from sidewalk cracks never turns brown.

Humphries’s Law of Bicycling:  The shortest route has the steepest hills.

Hutchinson’s Law:  If a situation requires undivided attention, it will
occur simultaneously with a compelling distraction.

Imbesi’s Law of the Conservation of Filth:  In order for something to become
clean, something else must become dirty.

Imhoff’s Law:  The organization of any bureaucracy is very much like a
septic tank — the really big lumps always rise to the top.

Indisputable Law of Sports Contracts:  The more money the free agent signs
for, the less effective he is the following season.

J.S. Gillette’s Commentary on Decisions:  I always know what I want . . . I
just keep changing my mind.

Jacob’s Law:  To err is human — to blame it on someone else is even more

Jacobson’s Law:  The less work an organization produces, the more frequently
it reorganizes.

Jacquin’s Postulate on Democratic Government:  No man’s life, liberty or
property is safe while the legislature is in session.

Jaffe’s Precept:  There are some things that are impossible to know — but
it is impossible to know what these things are.

Jana’s Law of Love:  A dandelion from a lover means more than an orchid from
a friend.

Jaruk’s Second Law:  If it would be cheaper to buy a new unit, the company
will insist upon repairing the old one.  Corollary: If it would be cheaper
to repair the old one, the company will insist on the latest model.

Jay’s First Law of Leadership:  Changing things is central to leadership;
changing them before anyone else does is creativity.

Joel’s Law of Economics: First Law: For every economist, there is an equal
and opposite economist. Second Law: They are both wrong.

Joe’s Law:  The business contact that you have developed at great expense is
the first person to be let go in any corporate reorganization.

John’s Collateral Corollary:  In order to get a loan you must first prove
you don’t need it.

Johnson’s Law:  The number of minor illnesses among the employees is
inversely proportionally to the health of the organization.

Johnson’s Second Law:  If, in the course of several months, only three
worthwhile social events take place, they will all fall on the same evening.

Johnson’s Third Law:  If you miss one issue of any magazine, it will be the
issue which contained the article, story or installment you were most
anxious to read.  Corollary:  All of your friends either missed it, lost it
or threw it out.

Jones’s First Law of TV Programming:  The only new show worth watching will
be cancelled.

Jones’s Law:  The man who can smile when things go wrong has thought of
someone he can blame it on.

Jose’s Axiom:  Nothing is a temporary as that which is called permanent.
Corollary:  Nothing is a permanent as that which is called temporary.

Juhani’s Law:  The compromise will always be more expensive than either of
the suggestions it is compromising.

Katz’s Law:  Men and nations will act rationally when all other
possibilities have been exhausted.

Kauffman’s First Law of Airports:  The distance to the gate is inversely
proportional to the time available to catch your flight.

Kennedy’s Comment on Committees:  A committee is twelve men doing the work
of one.

Ken’s Law:  A flying particle will seek the nearest eye.

Kent Family Law:  Never change your plans because of the weather.

Kerr-Marin Law: 1. In dealing with their OWN problems, faculty members are
the most extreme conservatives.  2. In dealing with OTHER people’s problems,
they are the most extreme liberals.

Kierkegaard’s Observation:  Life can only be understood backwards, but it
must be lived forwards.

Kirby’s Comment on Committee:  A committee is the only life form with 12
stomachs and no brain.

Knagg’s Law:  The more grandiose the plan, the greater the chance for

Knox’s Principle of Star Quality:  Whenever a superstar is traded to your
favorite team, he fades.  Whenever your team trades away a useless no-name,
he immediately rises to stardom.

Kohn’s Corollary to Murphy’s Law:  Two wrongs are only the beginning.

Kranske’s Law:  Beware of a day in which you don’t have something to bitch

Lackland’s Laws:  1.  Never be first.  2.  Never be last.  3. Never
volunteer for anything.

Langsam’s Laws:  1.  Everything depends.  2.  Nothing is always. 3.
Everything is sometimes.

Las Vegas Law:  Never bet on a loser because you think his luck is bound to

Last Law of Product Design:  If you can’t fix it, feature it.

Last Law:  If several things that could have gone wrong have not gone wrong,
it would have been ultimately beneficial for them to have gone wrong.

Launegayer’s Obversation:  Asking dumb questions is easier than correcting
dumb mistakes.

Law of Annoyance:  When working on a project, if you put away a tool that
you’re certain you’re finished with, you will need it instantly.

Law of Applied Terror:  80% of the final exam will be based on the one
lecture you missed about the one book you didn’t read.

Law of Arbitrary Distinction:  Anything may be divided into as many parts as
you please.

Law of Balance:  Bad habits will cancel out good ones.  Example: The orange
juice and granola you had for breakfast will be canceled out by the
cigarette you smoked on the way to work and the candy bar you just bought.

Law of Christmas Decorating:  The outdoor lights that tested perfectly
indoors develop burn-outs as soon as they are strung on the house.

Law of Class Scheduling:  When you are occasionally able to schedule two
classes in a row, they will be held in classrooms at opposite ends of the

Law of Gifts:  You get the most of what you need the least.

Law of Highway Construction:  The most heavily traveled streets spend the
most time under construction.

Law of Human Quirks:  Everyone wants to be noticed but no one wants to be
stared at.

Law of Institutions:  The opulence of the front office decor varies
inversely with the fundamental solvency of the firm.

Law of Kitchen Confusion:  Once a dish is fouled up, anything added to save
it only makes it worse.

Law of Legislative Action:  The length of time it takes a bill to pass
through the legislature is in inverse proportion to the number of lobbying
groups favoring it.

Law of Life’s Highway:  If everything is coming your way, you’re in the
wrong lane.

Law of Observation:  Nothing looks as good close up as it does from far

Law of Political Machinery:  When no viable candidate exists someone will
nominate a Kennedy.

Law of Predicted Results: Market research can be conducted and interpreted
to prove any desired conclusion.

Law of Probable Dispersal:  Whatever hits the fan will not be evenly

Law of Regressive Achievement:  Last year’s was always better.

Law of Revelation:  The hidden flaw never remains hidden.

Law of Self Sacrifice: When you starve with a tiger, the tiger starves last.

Law of the Great Idea:  The only time you come up with a great solution is
after somebody else has solved the problem.

Law of the Individual:  Nobody really cares or understands what anyone else
is doing.

Law of the Lie:  No matter how often the lie is shown to be false, there
will still remain a percentage of people who believe it true.

Law of the Marketplace:  If only one price can be obtained for any
quotation, the price will be unreasonable.

Law of the Perversity of Nature:  You cannot successfully determine
beforehand which side of the bread to butter.

Law of the Search:  The first place to look for anything is the last place
you would expect to find it.

Laws of Holes:

First Law of Holes: The first step in getting out of the hole
your dug for yourself is to stop digging.

Second Law of Holes: If a boss
digs himself into a hole, all subordinates are expected to jump in with him.
Third Law of Holes: If a subordinate digs a hole, never expect the boss to
jump in with him.

Fourth Law of Holes: If you expect to miss the holes
others have left in your path to success, stop looking back at the ones you
just climbed out of.

Leap Year Corollary:  Exceptions always outnumber rules.

Lemar’s Parking Postulate:  If you have to park six blocks away, you will
find two new parking spaces right in front of the building entrance.

Lerman’s Law of Technology:  Any technical problem can be overcome given
enough time and money.  Lerman’s Corollary:  You are never given enough time
or money.

Levy’s Eighth Law:  No amount of genius can overcome a preoccupation with

Lewis’s Law:  People will buy anything that is one to a customer.

Lieberman’s Law:  Everybody lies; but it doesn’t matter, since nobody

Livingston’s Laws of Fat: 1.  Fat expands to fill any apparel worn.  2.  A
fat person walks in the middle of the hall.

Loftus’s Fifth Law of Management:  Some people manage by the book, even
though they don’t know who wrote the book or even what book.

Loftus’s Theory on Personnel Recruitment:  Far-away talent always seems
better than home-developed talent.

Lord Balfour’s Contention:  Nothing matters very much, and very few things
matter at all.

Lovka’s Law of Driving:  There is no traffic until you need to make a left

Lowery’s Law:  If it jams — force it.  If it breaks, it needed replacing

Lunsford’s Rule of Scientific Endeavor:  The simple explanation always
follows the complex solution.

Luposchainsky’s Hurry-Up-And-Wait Principle:  If you’re early, it’ll be
cancelled.  If you knock yourself out to be on time, you will have to wait.
If you’re late, you will be too late.

Lynch’s Law:  When the going gets tough, everybody leaves.

Maahs’s Law:  Things go right so they can go wrong.

MacPherson’s Theory of Entropy:  It requires less energy to take an object
out of its proper place than to put it back.

Mae West’s Observation:  To err is human, but it feels divine.

Malek’s Law:  Any simple idea will be worded in the most complicated way.

Mark’s Law of Monetary Equalization:  A fool and your money are soon

Mars’s Rule:  An expert is anyone from out of town.

Maryann’s Law:  You can always find what you’re not looking for.

Matilda’s Law of Sub-Committee Formation:  If you leave the room, you’re

Matsch’s Law:  It’s better to have a horrible ending than to have horrors
without end.

Matz’s Maxim:  A conclusion is the place where you get tired of thinking.

Matz’s Warning:  Beware of the physician who is great at getting out of

Mayne’s Law:  Nobody notices the big errors.

McGowan’s Madison Avenue Axiom:  If an item is advertised as “under $50,”
you can bet it’s not $19.95.

McGregor’s Revised Maxim – The shortest distance between two points is under

McKee’s Law:  When you’re not in a hurry, the traffic light will turn green
as soon as your vehicle comes to a complete stop.

McKernan’s Maxim:  Those who are unable to learn from past meetings are
condemned to repeat them.

Meadow’s Maxim:  You can’t push on a rope.

Meyer’s Law:  It is a simple task to make things complex, but a complex task
to make them simple.

Meyers’s Law:  In a social situation, that which is most difficult to do is
usually the right thing to do.

Miles’s Law:  Where you stand depends on where you sit.

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Miller’s Maxim:  In a surplus labor economy, the squeaking wheel does not
get the grease; it gets replaced.

Milstead’s Christmas Card Rule:  After you’ve mailed your last card, you
will receive a card from someone you overlooked.

Milstead’s Driving Principle:  Whenever you need to stop at a light to put
on makeup, every light will be green.

Morgan’s Discovery – The average man is a little below average.

Morris’s Law of Conferences:  The most interesting paper will be scheduled
simultaneously with the second most interesting paper.

Morton’s Law: If rats are experimented upon, they will develop cancer.

Moser’s Law of Spectator Sports:  Exciting plays occur only while you are
watching the scoreboard or out buying a hot dog.

Mr. Cooper’s Law:  If you do not understand a particular word in a piece of
technical writing, ignore it.  The piece will make perfect sense without it.

Mrs. Weiler’s Law:  Anything is edible if it is chopped finely enough.

Muir’s Law:  When we try to pick out anything by itself we find it hitched
to everything else in the universe.

Munder’s Corollary:  Everyone who does not work has a scheme that does.

Murphy Philosophy:  Smile . . . tomorrow will be worse.

Murphy’s Advice:  Don’t worry . . . nobody gives a hoot anyway.

Murphy’s Constant:  Matter will be damaged in direct proportion to its

Murphy’s First Corollary:  Whenever you set out to do something, something
else must be done first.

Murphy’s First Law for Husbands:  If you run into an old girlfriend — no
matter how innocently — your wife will know about it before you get home.

Murphy’s First Law for Wives:  If you ask your husband to pick up five items
at the store and then add one more as an afterthought, he’ll forget two of
the first five.

Murphy’s First Law of Construction:  Power tools will fail at the most
inconvenient time possible.

Murphy’s Fourth Corollary:  It is impossible to make anything foolproof
because fools are so ingenious.

Murphy’s Fourth Law for Husbands:  Your wife’s stored possessions will
always be on top of your stored possessions.

Murphy’s Fourth Law of the Kitchen:  When the meal you are preparing is on
schedule, the guests will be forty-five minutes late.  Corollary:  When the
guests are on time, the meal will be forty-five minutes late.

Murphy’s Guide to modern Science:  1. If it’s green or it wriggles, it’s
biology.  2. If it stinks, it’s chemistry.  3. If it doesn’t work, it’s

Murphy’s Law of Government:  If anything can go wrong, it will do so in

Murphy’s Law of Supply:  If you don’t need it and don’t want it you can have
tons of it.

Murphy’s Law of Thermodynamics:  Things get worse under pressure.

Murphy’s Law:  If anything can go wrong, it will.

Murphy’s Paradox:  Doing it the hard way is always easier.

Murphy’s Saving Grace:  The worst is enemy of the bad.

Murphy’s Second Corollary:  Every solution breeds new problems.

Murphy’s Second Law for Wives:  The snapshots you take of your husband are
always more flattering than the ones he takes of you.

Murphy’s Second Law of Construction:  When taking something apart to fix a
minor malfunction, you will cause a major malfunction.

Murphy’s Third Corollary:  Nature always sides with the hidden flaw.

Murphy’s Third Law for Husbands:  The gifts you buy your wife are never as
appropriate as the gifts your neighbor buys his wife.

Murphy’s Third Law for Wives:  Whatever arrangement you make for the
division of household duties, your husband’s job will be easier.

Murphy’s Third Law of the Kitchen:  The mixing bowl you need is always

Murray’s Laws:  1.  Never ask a barber if you need a haircut. 2. Never ask a
salesman if his is a good price.
N-1 Law – If you need four screws for a job, the first three will be easy to

Newton’s Little-Known Seventh Law:  A bird in the hand is safer than one

Nineteenth Hole Observation – The older I get, the better I used to be.

Ninety-Ninety Rule of Project Schedules:  The first ninety percent of the
task takes ten percent of the time; the last ten percent takes the other
ninety percent.

Non-Reciprocal Laws of Expectations:  Negative expectations yield negative
results.  Positive expectations yield negative results.

O’Brien’s Law:  Nothing is ever done for the right reasons.

O’Brien’s Variation on Etorre’s Observation:  If you change lines, the one
you just left will start to move faster than the one you are now in.

Oliver’s Law of Location:  No matter where you go, there you are!

Olivier’s Law:  Experience is something you don’t get until just after you
need it.

O’Toole’s Commentary on Murphy’s law:  Murphy was an optimist.

Owen’s Law for Secretaries:  As soon as you sit down with a cup of hot
coffee, your boss will ask you to do something that will last until the
coffee is cold.

Owen’s Theory of Organizational Deviance:  Every organization has an
allotted number of positions to be filled by misfits. Corollary:  Once a
misfit leaves, another will be recruited.

Pantuso’s First Law:  The book you spent $14.95 for today will come out in
paperback tomorrow.

Parkinson’s Law for Medical Research:  Successful research attracts the
bigger grant which makes further research impossible.

Parkinson’s Law of Delay:  Delay is the deadliest form of denial.

Parkinson’s Second Law:  Expenditures rise to meet income.

Park’s Law of Insurance Rates and Taxes:  Whatever goes us, stays up.

Parson’s Law of Passports:  No one is as ugly as their passport photo.

Party Law:  The more food you prepare, the less your guests eat.

Patrick’s Theorem: If the experiment works, you must be using the wrong

Patry’s Law:  If you know something can go wrong, and take due precaution to
prevent it, something else will go wrong.

Paulg’s Law:  In America, it’s not how much an item costs, it’s how much you

Paul’s Law:  You can’t fall off the floor.

Chapman’s Commentary on Paul’s Law:  It takes children three years to learn Paul’s Law.

Perkins’s Postulate:  The bigger they are, the harder they hit.

Perlsweig’s Law:  People who can least afford to pay rent have to.  People
who can most afford to pay rent build up equity.

Perlsweig’s Second Law:  Whatever goes around, comes around.

Perrussel’s Law:  There is no job so simple that it cannot be done wrong.

Pet Principle:  No matter which side of door the cat or dog is on, it’s the
wrong side.

Pfeifer’s Principle:  Never make a decision that you can get someone else to

Phillips’s Law:  Four-wheel-drive just means getting stuck in more
inaccessible places.

Pineapple Principle:  The best parts of anything are always impossible to
remove from the worst parts.

Pitfalls of Genius:  No boss will keep an employee who is right all the

Pope’s Law:  Chipped dishes never break.

Post’s Managerial Observation:  The inefficiency and stupidity of the staff
corresponds to the inefficiency and stupidity of the management.

Poulsen’s Prophesy:  If anything is used to its full potential, it will

Price’s First Law:  If everybody wants it, nobody gets it.

Priester’s Law of Desire:  The more you want it, the quicker the letdown
after you get it.

Principle Concerning Multifunctional Devices: The more functions a device is
required to perform, the less effectively it can perform any individual

Principle of Design Inertia:  Any change looks terrible at first.

Pudder’s Law:  Anything that begins well, ends badly.  Anything that begins
badly, ends worse.

Quantization Revision of Murphy’s Law:  Everything goes wrong all at once.

Queue Principle:  The longer you wait in line, the greater the likelihood
that you are standing in the wrong line.

Quile’s Consultation Law:  The job that pays the most will be offered when
there is no time to deliver the services.

Rap’s Law of Inanimate Reproduction:  If you take something apart and put it
back together enough times, eventually you will have two of them.

Ray’s Rueful Rumination: The world is full of surprises, very few of which
are pleasant.

Rennie’s Law of Public Transit:  If you start walking, the bus will come
when you are precisely halfway between stops.

Revolutionary Law:  The sloppier the rebel uniform, the more likely the
overthrow of the existing government.

Reynold’s Law of Climatology:  Wind velocity increases directly with the
cost of the hairdo.

Ringwald’s Law of Household Geometry:  Any horizontal surface is soon piled

Robertson’s Law:  Quality assurance doesn’t.

Roberts’s Axiom:  Only errors exist.  Berman’s Corollary to Robert’s Axiom:
One man’s error is another man’s data.

Rockefeller Principle:  Never do anything you wouldn’t get caught dead

Roger’s Law:  As soon as the stewardess serves the coffee, the airliner
encounters turbulence.  Davis’s Explanation of Roger’s Law:  Serving coffee
on aircraft causes turbulence.

Roman Rule:  The one who says it can’t be done shouldn’t interrupt the one
doing it.

Rominger’s Rules for Students:  1. The more general the title of a course,
the less you will learn from it.  2. The more specific a title is, the less
you will be able to apply it.

Ruby’s Principle of Close Encounters:  The probability of meeting someone
you know increases when you are with someone you don’t want to be seen with.

Ruckert’s Law:  There is nothing so small that it can’t be blown out of

Rudin’s Law:  In crises that force people to choose among alternative
courses of action, most people will choose the worst one possible.

Rudnicki’s Nobel Principle:  Only someone who understands something
absolutely can explain it so no one else can understand it.

Rudnicki’s Rule:  That which cannot be taken apart will fall apart.

Rule of Failure: If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that
you have tried.

Rule of Feline Frustration:  When your cat has fallen asleep on your lap and
looks utterly content and adorable, you will suddenly have to go to the

Rule of Law:  1. If the facts are against you, argue the law. 2. If the law
is against you, argue the facts.  3. If the factsand the law are against
you, yell like hell.

Rule of Political Promises:  Truth varies.

Rule of Reason: If nobody uses it, there’s a reason.

Rule of the Great:  When people you greatly admire appear to be thinking
deep thoughts, they probably are thinking about lunch.

Rule of the Rally:  The only way to make up for being lost is to make record
time while you are lost.

Rush’s Rule of Gravity:  When you drop change at a vending machine, the
pennies will fall nearby, while all the other coins will roll out of sight.

Russ’ Law of Assembly:  The one piece that holds the whole thing together
will be missing.

Ryan’s Application of Parkinson’s Law:  Possessions increase to fill the
space available for their storage.

Ryan’s Law: Make three correct guesses consecutively and you will establish
yourself as an expert.

Sagan Fallacy:  To say a human being is nothing but molecules and atoms is
like saying a Shakespearean play is nothing but words and letters.

Salary Axiom:  The pay raise is just large enough to increase your taxes and
just small enough to have no effect on your take-home pay.

Sartre’s Observation:  Hell is others.

Sattinger’s Law:  It works better if you plug it in.

Sausage Principle:  People who love sausage and respect the law should never
watch either one being made.

Schmidt’s Law:  If you mess with a thing long enough, it’ll break.

Schnatterly’s Summing Up of the Corollaries:  If anything can’t go wrong, it

Schopenhauer’s Law of Entropy:  If you put a spoonful of wine in a barrel
full of sewage, you get sewage.  If you put a spoonful of sewage in a barrel
full of wine, you get sewage.

Schrimpton’s Law of Teenage Opportunity:  When opportunity knocks, you’ve
got headphones on.

Seay’s Law:  Nothing ever comes out as planned.

Second Law for Freelance Artists:  All rush jobs are due the same day.

Second Law of Applied Terror:  The more studying you did for the exam, the
less sure you are as to which answer they want.

Second Law of Business Meetings:  If there are two possible ways to spell a
person’s name, you will pick the wrong spelling.

Second Law of Class Scheduling:  A prerequisite for a desired course will be
offered only during the following semester.

Second Law of Computer Programming:  The value of a program is proportional
to the weight of its output.

Second Law of Final Exams:  In your toughest final — for the first time all
year — the most distractingly attractive student in the class will sit next
to you.

Second Law of Gardening:  Fancy gizmos don’t work.

Second Law of Kitchen Confusion:  Once a dish is fouled up, anything added
to save it only makes it worse.

Second Law of Office Murphology:  Office machines that function perfectly
during normal business hours will break down when you return at night to use
them for personal business.

Second Principle for Patients:  The more boring and out-of-date the
magazines in the waiting room, the longer you will have to wait for your
scheduled appointment.

Second Rule of Environmental Protection: The most efficient way to dispose
of toxic waste is to reclassify the waste as non toxic.

Seeger’s Law:  Anything in parentheses can be ignored.

Segal’s Law:  A man with one watch knows the time.  A man with two is never

Seits’s Law of Higher Education:  The one course you must take to graduate
will not be offered during your last semester.

Sevareid’s Law:  The chief cause of problems is solutions.

Shakespeare’s Law:  Where love is great, the littlest doubts cause fear.

Shapiro’s Law of Reward:  The one who does the least work will get the most

Shirley’s Law:  Most people deserve each other.

Siddhartha Principle:  You cannot cross a river in two strides.

Silverman’s Paradox:  If Murphy’s Law can go wrong, it will.

Silver’s Law of Doctoring:  It never heals correctly.

Simon’s Law of Destiny:  Glory may be fleeting, but obscurity is forever.

Simon’s Law:  Everything put together falls apart sooner or later.

Sintetos’s First Law of Consumerism:  A 60-day warranty guarantees that the
product will self-destruct on the 61st day.

Sir Walter’s Law:  The tendency of smoke from a cigarette, barbeque,
campfire, etc., to drift into a person’s face varies directly with that
person’s sensitivity to smoke.

Skoff’s Law:  A child will not spill on a dirty floor.

Smiths’s Law:  No real problem has a solution.

Snafu Equation:  The bit of information most needed is least available.

Snider’s Law:  Nothing can be done in one trip.

Sociology’s Iron Law of Oligarchy:  In every organized activity a small
number of participants will become the oligarchical leaders and the others
will follow.

Sodd’s Second Law:  Sooner or later, the worst possible set of circumstances
is bound to occur.

Soper’s Law:  Any bureaucracy reorganized to enhance efficiency is
immediately indistinguishable from its predecessor.

Souder’s Law:  Repetition does not establish validity.

Spare Parts Principle: The accessibility, during recovery, of small parts
which fall from the work bench, varies directly with the size of the part,
and inversely with its importance to the completion of the work underway.

Spark’s First Rule for Managers:  Strive to look tremendously important.

Spark’s Second Rule for Managers:  Attempt to be seen with important people.

Spark’s Third Rule for Managers:  Speak with authority; however, expound
only on the obvious and proven facts.

Special Law:  The workbench is always untidier than last time.

Spencer’s Laws of Accountancy:  1. Trial balances don’t.  2. Working capital
doesn’t.  3. Liquidity tends to run out.  4. Return on investments won’t.

Spencer’s Laws of Data:  1. Anyone can make a decision given enough facts. 2. A good manager can make a decision without enough facts.  3. A perfect manager can operate in perfect ignorance.

Steele’s Plagiarism of Somebody’s Philosophy:  Everybody should believe in
something — I believe I’ll have another drink.

Steinbach’s Guideline for Systems Programming:  Never test for an error
condition you don’t know how to handle.

Steiner’s Maxim:  The fact that you do not know the answer does not mean
that someone else does.

Stenderup’s Law:  The sooner you fall behind, the more time you will have to
catch up.

Stewart’s Law of Retroaction:  It is easier to get forgiveness than

Stitzer’s Vacation Principle:  When packing for a vacation, take half as
much clothing and twice as much money.

Stockmayer’s Theorem:  If it looks easy, it’s tough.  If it looks tough,
it’s damn well impossible.

Strano’s Law:  When all else fails, try the boss’s suggestion.

Sturgeon’s Law:  90% of everything is crud.

Sutin’s Second Law:  The most useless computer tasks are the most fun to do.

Sweeney’s Law:  The length of a progress report is inversely proportional to
the amount of progress.

Swipple’s Rule of Order:  He who shouts loudest has the floor.

Taylor’s Law of Tailoring:  No matter how many alterations, cheap pants
never fit.

Tenenbaum’s Law of Replicability:  The most interesting results happen only

Terman’s Law of Innovation:  If you want a track team to win the high jump,
you find one person who can jump seven feet, not seven people who can jump
one foot.

Thal’s Law:  For every vision there is an equal and opposite revision.

Theory of Selective Supervision:  The one time during the day you lean back
and relax is the one time the boss walks by.

Thiessen’s Law of Gastronomy:  The hardness of the butter is in direct
proportion to the softness of the roll.

Thine’s Law:  Nature abhors people.

Third Law for Freelance Artists:  The rush job you spent all night on won’t
be needed for at least two days.

Third Law of Committo-Dynamics:  Those most opposed to serving on committees
are made chairmen.

Third Law of Kitchen Confusion:  You are always complimented on the item
that took the least effort to prepare.  Example:  If you make roast turkey,
you will be complimented on the baked potato.

Thom’s Law of Marital Bliss:  The length of the marriage is inversely
proportional to the cost of the wedding.

Tillinger’s Rule – Moderation in all things, including moderation.

Tillis’s Organizational Principle:  If you file it, you’ll know where it is
but never need it.  If you don’t file it, you’ll need it but never know
where it is.

Todd’s First Two Political Principles:  1.  No matter what they’re telling
you, they’re not telling you the whole truth.  2. No matter what they’re
talking about, they’re talking about money.

Tracey’s Time Observation:  Good times end too quickly.  Bad times go on

Trischmann’s Paradox:  A pipe gives a wise man time to think and a fool
something to stick in his mouth.

Troutman’s Sixth Programming Postulate:  Profanity is the one language all
programmers know best.

Truman’s Law:  If you cannot convince them, confuse them.

Tupper’s Political Postulate:  He who walks astride the fence has few
directions from which to choose.

Tussman’s Law:  Nothing is as inevitable as a mistake whose time has come.

Tylczak’s Probability Postulate:  Random events tend to occur in groups.
Ultimate Principle: By definition, when you are investigating the unkown you
do not know what you will find.

Unapplicable Law:  Washing your car to make it rain doesn’t work.

Universal Equine Equation:  At any particular time, there are more horse’s
asses in the world than horses.

Unspeakable Law:  As soon as you mention something . . . if it’s good, it
goes away. . . if it’s bad, it happens.

Van Gogh’s Law:  Whatever plan one makes, there is a hidden difficulty

Van Oech’s Law: An expert really doesn’t know anymore than you do. He is
merely better organized and has slides.

Vile’s Law of Communication:  No one is listening until you make a mistake.

Vile’s Law of Roadmanship:  Your own car uses more gas and oil than anyone

Vile’s Law of Value:  The more an item costs, the farther you have to send
it for repairs.

Wagner’s Law of Sports Coverage:  When the camera focuses on a male athlete
he will spit, pick or scratch.

Wallace’s Observation:  Everything is in a state of utter dishevelment.

Walton’s Law of Politics:  A fool and his money are soon elected.

Warren’s Rule:  To spot the expert, pick the one who predicts the job will
take the longest and cost the most.

Washlesky’s Law:  Anything is easier to take apart than to put together.

Watergate Principle:  Government corruption is always reported in the past

Weber’s Definition:  An expert is one who knows more and more about less and
less until he knows absolutely everything about nothing.

Weiler’s Law:  Nothing is impossible for the man who doesn’t have to do it

Weinberg’s First Law:  Progress is made on alternate Fridays.

Weinberg’s Second Law:  If builders built buildings the way programmers
write programs, then the first woodpecker that came along would destroy

Welwood’s Axiom:  Disorder expands proportionately to the tolerance for it.

Westheimer’s Rule:  To estimate the time it takes to do a task, estimate the
time you think it should take, multiply by two, and change the unit of
measure to the next highest unit.  Thus, we allocate two days for a one-hour

Wethern’s Law of Suspended Judgement:  Assumption is the mother of all

Whistler’s Law:  You never know who’s right, but you always know who’s in

White’s Chappaquidick Theorem:  the sooner and in more detail you announce the bad news, the better.

Wiker’s Law:  Government expands to absorb revenue and then some.

Willoughby’s Law:  When you try to prove to someone that a machine won’t
work, it will.

Winfield’s Dictum of Direction Giving:  The possibility of getting lost is
directly proportional to the number of times the direction-giver says “you
can’t miss it.”

Witten’s Law:  Whenever you cut your fingernails you will find a need for
them an hour later.

Witzling’s Law of Progeny Performance:  Any child who chatters nonstop at
home will adamantly refuse to utter a word when requested to demonstrate for
an audience.

Wolter’s Law:  If you have the time, you won’t have the money. If you have
the money, you won’t have the time.

Wood’s Axiom: As soon as a still-to-be-finished computer task becomes a
life-or-death situation, the power fails.

Woodside’s Grocery Principle:  The bag that breaks is the one with the eggs.

Worker’s Dilemma:  1.  No matter how much you do, you’ll never do enough.
2.  What you don’t do is always more important than what you do do.

Working Cook’s Laws:  1. If you’re wondering if you took the meat out to
thaw, you didn’t.  2. If you’re wondering if you left the coffee pot plugged
in, you did.

Wright’s First Law of Quality:  Quality is inversely proportional to the
time left for completion of the project.

Wyszkowski’s First Law:  No experiment is reproducible.

Wyszkowski’s Second Law:  Anything can be made to work if you fiddle with it
long enough.

Yeager’s Law:  Washing machines only break down during the wash cycle.
Corollary:  All breakdowns occur on the plumber’s day off.

Young’s Law of Inanimate Mobility:  All inanimate objects can move just
enough to get in your way.

Young’s Law:  All great discoveries are made by mistake.

Young’s Principle on Emergent Individuation:  Everybody wants to peel his
own banana.

Yount’s Law of Mail Ordering:  The most important item in an order will no
longer be available.

Zadra’s Law of Biomechanics:  The severity of the itch is inversely
proportional to the reach.

Zappa’s Law:  There are two things on earth that are universal, hydrogen and

Zeek’s Discovery – The key to flexibility is indecision.

Zelman’s Rule of Radio Reception:  Your pocket radio won’t pick up the
station you want to hear most.

Zymurgy’s First Law of Evolving System Dynamics: Once you open a can of
worms, the only way you can re-can them is to use a larger can.

Zymurgy’s Law of Volunteer Labor:  People are always available for work in
the past tense.
Zymurgy’s Seventh Exception to Murphy’s Law:  When it rains, it pours.

Real List of National Days : Weird Holidays and Special days

There was national days for just about everyone and everything , a list of today’s holidays and national days. There is a wealth of holidays and special days. Some are steeped in tradition, while others may be wacky, quirky, unique, special or simply different holidays. Looking for a crazy day to celebrate, maybe?


January 1 is …First Foot Day and Z Day
January 2 is …Run Up the Flagpole and See if Anybody Salutes It Day
January 3 is …Festival of Sleep Day
January 4 is …Trivia Day and Humiliation Day
January 5 is …Bird Day
January 6 is …Bean Day
January 7 is …Old Rock Day
January 8 is …National JoyGerm Day and Man Watcher’s Day
January 9 is … Play God Day
January 10 is … Peculiar People Day
January 11 is … National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friend Day
January 12 is … Feast of Fabulous Wild Men Day
January 13 is … Make Your Dream Come True Day and Blame Someone Else Day
January 14 is … National Dress Up Your Pet Day
January 15 is … Hat Day
January 16 is … Hot and Spicy Food International Day and National Nothing Day
January 17 is … Blessing of the Animals at the Cathedral Day
January 18 is … Winnie the Pooh Day
January 19 is … National Popcorn Day
January 20 is … National Buttercrunch Day
January 21 is … National Hugging Day
January 22 is … National Answer Your Cat’s Question Day and National Blonde Brownie Day
January 23 is … National Handwriting Day, National Pie Day, and Measure Your Feet Day
January 24 is … Eskimo Pie Patent Day
January 25 is … Opposite Day
January 26 is … Australia Day
January 27 is … Punch the Clock Day and Thomas Crapper Day More Info on Thomas Crapper Day January 28 is … National Kazoo Day, Clash Day, Rattle Snake Round-Up Day
January 29 is … National Cornchip Day
January 30 is … Escape Day
January 31 is … National Popcorn Day and Child Labor Day


February 1 is … Serpent Day
February 2 is … Purification Day
February 3 is … Cordova Ice Worm Day
February 4 is … Create A Vacuum Day
February 5 is … Disaster Day
February 6 is … Lame Duck Day
February 7 is … Charles Dickens Day
February 8 is … Kite Flying Day
February 9 is … Toothache Day
February 10 is … Umbrella Day
February 11 is … White Tee-Shirt Day and Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day
February 12 is … National Plum Pudding Day
February 13 is … Get A Different Name Day and Dream Your Sweet Day
February 14 is … Ferris Wheel Day and National Heart to Heart Day
February 15 is … National Gum Drop Day
February 16 is … Do A Grouch A Favor Day
February 17 is … Champion Crab Races Day
February 18 is … National Battery Day
February 19 is … National Chocolate Mint Day
February 20 is … Hoodie Hoo DayMore Info on Hoodie Hoo Day
February 21 is … Card Reading Day
February 22 is … Be Humble Day
February 23 is … International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day
February 24 is … National Tortilla Chip Day
February 25 is … Pistol Patent Day (Samuel Colt)
February 26 is … National Pistachio Day
February 27 is … International Polar Bear Day
February 28 is … Public Sleeping Day
February 29 is … National Surf and Turf Day



March 1 is … National Pig Day and Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
March 2 is … Old Stuff Day
March 3 is … I Want You To Be Happy Day, Peach Blossom Day and National Anthem Day
March 4 is … Holy Experiment Day
March 5 is … Multiple Personalities Day
March 6 is … National Frozen Food Day
March 7 is … National Crown Roast Of Pork Day
March 8 is … Be Nasty Day
March 9 is … Panic Day
March 10 is … Festival Of Life In The Cracks Day
March 11 is … Johnny Appleseed Day and Worship of Tools Day
March 12 is … Alfred Hitchcock Day
March 13 is … Jewel Day
March 14 is … National Potato Chip Day
March 15 is … Buzzard’s Day and Everything You Think Is Wrong Day
March 16 is … Everything You Do Is Right Day
March 17 is … Submarine Day
March 18 is … Supreme Sacrifice Day
March 19 is … Poultry Day
March 20 is … Proposal Day and Festival Of Extraterrestrial Abductions Day
March 21 is … Fragrance Day
March 22 is … National Goof-off Day
March 23 is … National Organize Your Home Office Day and National Chip and Dip Day
March 24 is … National Chocolate Covered Raisins Day
March 25 is … Pecan Day and Waffle Day
March 26 is … Make Up Your Own Holiday Day and Spinach Festival Day
March 27 is … National “Joe” Day More Info on National “Joe” Day
March 28 is … Something On A Stick Day
March 29 is … Festival Of Smoke and Mirrors Day
March 30 is … I Am In Control Day
March 31 is … Bunsen Burner Day and National Clams On The Half Shell Day


April 1 is … One Cent Day
April 2 is … National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
April 3 is … Tweed Day and Don’t Go To Work Unless It’s Fun Day
April 4 is … Tell-A-Lie Day
April 5 is … Go For Broke Day
April 6 is … Sorry Charlie Day More Info on Sorry Charlie Day
April 7 is … No Housework Day
April 8 is … All Is Ours Day
April 9 is … Winston Churchill Day and Name Yourself Day
April 10 is … Golfers Day
April 11 is … Eight-Track Tape Day
April 12 is … Look Up At The Sky Day
April 13 is … Blame Somebody Else Day
April 14 is … National Pecan Day
April 15 is … Rubber Eraser Day
April 16 is … National Stress Awareness Day and National Eggs Benedict Day
April 17 is … National Cheeseball Day
April 18 is … International Jugglers Day
April 19 is … Garlic DayMore Info On Garlic
April 20 is … Look Alike Day
April 21 is … Kindergarten Day
April 22 is … National Jelly Bean Day
April 23 is … Read Me Day and World Laboratory Animal Day
April 24 is … National Pigs In A Blanket Day
April 25 is … National Zucchini Bread Day
April 26 is … Richter Scale Day and National Pretzel Day
April 27 is … Tell A Story Day
April 28 is … Great Poetry Reading Day and Kiss-Your-Mate Day
April 29 is … National Shrimp Scampi Day
April 30 is … National Honesty Day



May 1 is … Mother Goose Day and Save The Rhino Day
May 2 is … Fire Day
May 3 is … Lumpy Rug Day
May 4 is … National Candied Orange Peel Day
May 5 is … National Hoagie Day
May 6 is … Beverage Day
May 7 is … International Tuba Day, Paste Up Day, and National Roast Leg of Lamb Day
May 8 is … No Socks Day and Have A Coke Day More Info on Coke
May 9 is … Lost Sock Memorial Day
May 10 is … Clean Up Your Room Day
May 11 is … Eat What You Want Day and Twilight Zone Day
May 12 is … Limerick Day
May 13 is … Leprechaun Day
May 14 is … National Dance Like A Chicken Day
May 15 is … National Chocolate Chip Day
May 16 is … Wear Purple For Peace Day
May 17 is … Pack Rat Day
May 18 is … International Museum Day and Visit Your Relatives Day
May 19 is … Frog Jumping Jubilee Day
May 20 is … Eliza Doolittle Day
May 21 is … National Memo Day and National Waitresses/Waiters Day
May 22 is … Buy-A-Musical-Instrument Day
May 23 is … Penny Day
May 24 is … National Escargot Day
May 25 is … National Tap Dance Day
May 26 is … Grey Day
May 27 is … Body Painting Arts Festival
May 28 is … National Hamburger Day
May 29 is … End Of The Middle Ages Day
May 30 is … My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It Day
May 31 is … National Macaroon Day



June 1 is … Dare Day
June 2 is … National Rocky Road Day
June 3 is … Repeat Day
June 4 is … Old Maid’s Day
June 5 is … Festival Of Popular Delusions Day
June 6 is … Teacher’s Day and National Applesauce Cake Day
June 7 is … National Chocolate Ice Cream Day
June 8 is … Name Your Poison Day
June 9 is … Donald Duck Day
June 10 is … National Yo-Yo Day
June 11 is … National Hug Holiday and King Kamehameha Day
June 12 is … Machine Day
June 13 is … National Juggling Day and Kitchen Klutzes Of America Day
June 14 is … Pop Goes The Weasel Day
June 15 is … Smile Power Day
June 16 is … National Hollerin’ Contest Day
June 17 is … Watergate Day and Eat Your Vegetables Day
June 18 is … International Panic Day
June 19 is … World Sauntering Day
June 20 is … Ice Cream Soda Day
June 21 is …Cuckoo Warning Day More Info on Cuckoo Warning Day
June 22 is … National Chocolate Eclair Day
June 23 is … National Pink Day
June 24 is … Museum Comes To Life Day
June 25 is … Log Cabin Day
June 26 is … National Chocolate Pudding Day
June 27 is … National Columnists Day
June 28 is … Paul Bunyan Day
June 29 is … Camera Day
June 30 is … Meteor Day


national days

Awesome National Days

July 1 is … Creative Ice Cream Flavor Day and Build A Scarecrow Day
July 2 is … Visitation Of The Virgin Mary Day
July 3 is … Stay Out Of The Sun Day and Compliment Your Mirror Day
July 4 is … National Country Music Day and Tom Sawyer Fence-Painting Day
July 5 is … Workaholics Day
July 6 is … National Fried Chicken Day
July 7 is … National Strawberry Sundae Day
July 8 is … Video Games Day
July 9 is … National Sugar Cookie Day
July 10 is … Clerihew Day
July 11 is … National Cheer Up The Lonely Day
July 12 is … National Pecan Pie Day
July 13 is … Fool’s Paradise Day
July 14 is … National Nude Day
July 15 is … National Tapioca Pudding Day and Respect Canada Day
July 16 is … International Juggling Day
July 17 is … National Peach Ice Cream Day
July 18 is … National Ice Cream Day and National Caviar Day
July 19 is … Flitch Day
July 20 is … Ugly Truck Contest Day
July 21 is … National Tug-Of-War Tournament Day
July 22 is … Ratcatcher’s Day
July 23 is … National Vanilla Ice Cream Day
July 24 is … Amelia Earhart Day
July 25 is … Threading The Needle Day
July 26 is … All Or Nothing Day
July 27 is … Take Your Pants For A Walk Day
July 28 is … National Milk Chocolate Day
July 29 is … Cheese Sacrifice Purchase Day
July 30 is … National Cheesecake Day
July 31 is … Parent’s Day


August 1 is … Friendship Day and National Raspberry Cream Pie Day More Info on Pies
August 2 is … National Ice Cream Sandwich Day
August 3 is … National Watermelon Day
August 4 is … Twins Day Festival
August 5 is … National Mustard Day
August 6 is … Wiggle Your Toes Day
August 7 is … Sea Serpent Day
August 8 is … Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Night
August 9 is … National Polka Festival
August 10 is … Lazy Day
August 11 is … Presidential Joke Day
August 12 is … Middle Child’s Day
August 13 is … Blame Someone Else Day
August 14 is … National Creamsicle Day
August 15 is … National Relaxation Day and National Failures Day
August 16 is … Bratwurst Festival
August 17 is … National Thriftshop Day
August 18 is … Bad Poetry Day
August 19 is … Potato Day
August 20 is … National Radio Day
August 21 is … National Spumoni Day
August 22 is … Be An Angel Day
August 23 is … National Spongecake Day
August 24 is … Knife Day
August 25 is … Kiss-And-Make-Up Day
August 26 is … National Cherry Popsicle Day
August 27 is … Petroleum Day
August 28 is … World Sauntering Day
August 29 is … More Herbs, Less Salt Day
August 30 is … National Toasted Marshmallow Day
August 31 is … National Trail Mix Day



September 1 is … Emma M. Nutt Day
September 2 is … National Beheading Day
September 3 is … Skyscraper Day
September 4 is … Newspaper Carrier Day
September 5 is … Be Late For Something Day
September 6 is … Fight Procrastination Day
September 7 is … Neither Rain Nor Snow Day
September 8 is … National Date Nut Bread Day and Pardon Day
September 9 is … Teddy Bear Day
September 10 is … Swap Ideas Day
September 11 is … No News Is Good News Day
September 12 is … National Pet Memorial Day and National Chocolate Milkshake Day
September 13 is … Defy Superstition Day
September 14 is … National Cream-filled Donut Day
September 15 is … Felt Hat Day
September 16 is … Stay Away From Seattle Day and Collect Rocks Day
September 17 is … National Apple Dumpling Day
September 18 is … National Play-doh Day
September 19 is … National Butterscotch Pudding Day
September 20 is … National Punch Day
September 21 is … World Gratitude Day and International Banana Festival
September 22 is … Hobbit Day and Dear Diary Day
September 23 is … Checkers Day and Dogs In Politics Day
September 24 is … Festival Of Latest Novelties
September 25 is … National Comic Book Day
September 26 is … National Good Neighbor Day and National Pancake Day
September 27 is … Crush A Can Day
September 28 is … Ask A Stupid Question Day More
September 29 is … Poisoned Blackberries Day
September 30 is … National Mud Pack Day



October 1 is … World Vegetarian Day and Magic Circles Day
October 2 is … Name Your Car Day
October 3 is … Virus Appreciation Day
October 4 is … National Golf Day
October 5 is … National Storytelling Festival
October 6 is … German-American Day and Come and Take It Day
October 7 is … National Frappe Day
October 8 is … American Tag Day
October 9 is … Moldy Cheese Day
October 10 is … National Angel Food Cake Day
October 11 is … It’s My Party Day
October 12 is … International Moment Of Frustration Scream Day
October 13 is … National Peanut Festival
October 14 is … Be Bald and Free Day and National Dessert Day
October 15 is … White Cane Safety Day
October 16 is … Dictionary Day
October 17 is … Gaudy Day
October 18 is … No Beard Day
October 19 is … Evaluate Your Life Day
October 20 is … National Brandied Fruit Day
October 21 is … Babbling Day
October 22 is … National Nut Day
October 23 is … National Mole Day
October 24 is … National Bologna Day
October 25 is … Punk For A Day Day
October 26 is … Mule Day
October 27 is … Sylvia Plath Day
October 28 is … Plush Animal Lover’s Day and National Chocolate Day More Info On Chocolate
October 29 is … Hermit Day
October 30 is … National Candy Corn Day
October 31 is … National Magic Day and Increase Your Pyschic Powers Day



November 1 is … Plan Your Epitaph Day
November 2 is … National Deviled Egg Day
November 3 is … Sandwich Day and Housewife’s Day
November 4 is … Waiting For The Barbarians Day
November 5 is … Gunpowder Day
November 6 is … Saxophone Day and Marooned Without A Compass Day
November 7 is … National Bittersweet Chocolate With Almonds Day
November 8 is … Dunce Day
November 9 is … Chaos Never Dies Day
November 10 is … Forget-Me-Not Day
November 11 is … Air Day
November 12 is … National Pizza With The Works Except Anchovies Day
November 13 is … National Indian Pudding Day
November 14 is … Operation Room Nurse Day
November 15 is … National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day
November 16 is … Button Day
November 17 is … Take A Hike Day
November 18 is … Occult Day
November 19 is … Have A Bad Day Day
November 20 is … Absurdity Day
November 21 is … World Hello Day and False Confessions Day
November 22 is … Start Your Own Country Day
November 23 is … National Cashew Day
November 24 is … Use Even If Seal Is Broken Day
November 25 is … National Parfait Day
November 26 is … Shopping Reminder Day
November 27 is … Pins And Needles Day
November 28 is … Make Your Own Head Day
November 29 is … Square Dance Day
November 30 is … Stay At Home Because You’re Well Day



December 1 is … National Pie Day and Eat A Red Apple Day
December 2 is … National Fritters Day
December 3 is … National Roof-Over-Your-Head Day
December 4 is … Wear Brown Shoes Day
December 5 is … National Sacher Torte Day
December 6 is … National Gazpacho Day and Mitten Tree Day
December 7 is … National Cotton Candy Day
December 8 is … Take It In The Ear Day
December 9 is … National Pastry Day
December 10 is … Festival For The Souls Of Dead Whales
December 11 is … National Noodle Ring Day
December 12 is … National Ding-A-Ling Day
December 13 is … Ice Cream and Violins Day
December 14 is … National Bouillabaisse Day
December 15 is … National Lemon Cupcake Day
December 16 is … National Chocolate Covered Anything Day
December 17 is … Underdog Day and National Maple Syrup Day
December 18 is … National Roast Suckling Pig Day
December 19 is … Oatmeal Muffin Day
December 20 is … Games Day
December 21 is … Look At The Bright Side Day, National Flashlight Day, National French Fried Shrimp Day, and Hamburger Day
December 22 is … National Date-Nut Bread Day
December 23 is … Roots Day
December 24 is … National Egg Nog Day
December 25 is … National Pumpkin Pie Day
December 26 is … National Whiners Day
December 27 is … National Fruitcake Day
December 28 is … Card Playing Day and National Chocolate Day
December 29 is … Pepper Pot Day
December 30 is … Festival Of Enormous Changes At The Last Minute and National Bicarbonate Of Soda Day
December 31 is … Unlucky Day

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