Revised Sayings

- Thirty days hath September, April, June, and remember: all the others eat peanut butter, except my grandma she rides a bicycle.

- We have nothing to fear but fear itself. And also spiders.

- Take the road less traveled, especially if you are on the run from the law wanted for your cousin’s brutal beheading after a dice game gone bad.

- Guests, like fish, outlive their usefulness after three days and should be liquidated into delicious fish-shakes.

- There are no atheists in foxholes, only foxes, and more rarely, sheep.

- Early to bed and early to rise pleases one’s female companions.

- We shall fight them on the beaches, but if they get past there we will offer arm wrestling instead or possibly croquet if the weather is nice.

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