Murphy’s Law states, in no order of particular importance, that :
No matter what your seat is on the aircraft, the diagonal distance (in feet) from a crying baby is constant.
The queue you are in, is always the longest. Especially when the nature’s call is strongest. And it increases in length, with your every chessboard move in the contest.
Your smartphone takes eons to recharge from 99% to 100% but seconds to discharge from 100% to 99%.
The stainiest food and the drooliest drip from your brood, electromagnetically attracts the newest dress with certitude.
The smelliest derriere blasts, are quite often the quietest. The loudest ones, on the other hand have a predilection for closed lifts and discerning company.
Your teeth turn into spinach hooks just before the toothiest smile and a frontal camera profile.
Among all the elements of this world, the time period for which you can wear a pair of jeans unwashed, has the highest tensile strength.
The nosy neighbourhood aunty calling out your pet name scores highest on the decibel scale. This test is validated strongest in the midst of your office colleagues.
You may not be Robert De Niro, or a superhero, but you will always be a zero for your boss.
The reason for all your problems is your marital status, single or married.
Fuller the stomach and fuller the bladder, bumpier the road. And dirtier the petrol pump commode.
When you’ve been bit by the stomach flu and the oft visited place is your loo, the Municipal Board spitefully cuts off the water supply too.