Using verbs in our talk still doesn’t mean that we did anything in our lives.
Consider this: If Earth is flying through Space, all of us are actually flying. Man is prone to taking credit for someone else’s achievements.
Free is what we don’t pay for immediately, but a bit later.
Don’t even try to catch me in contradictions: I’m above all that.
Reading more than a couple of pages of these aphorisms at once could be life-threatening.
If the accident is repeating itself periodically, in rigid time intervals, are we still talking about an accident?
Accident is the only rule without exceptions.
An accident is a logical consequence of the events preceding it that always surprises us.
Laughing at yourself is either the sign of a spiritual largeness, or mental disturbance, depending on individual case.
Chattiness is, in most cases, a virtue of the people who don’t have much to say.