It's Like I Always Say...

Here are sayings that I say (some out loud, some in my head) with added commentary. Say what you will about them. I'm not going to care, just saying.

Laughter is the best medicine (it's free and you don't have to stand in line to get it, you just have to keep reading)

Even a broken clock is right two times a day (I mean, I assume so, my digital clocks haven't broken yet, but when they do, it'll be five o'clock somewhere)

It's better to be lucky than good (and vice versa, so on and so forth)

A penny saved is a penny earned (more appropriately for me, a penny found is a penny earned)

All day, erryday (I'm told the "y" is optional, can someone verify this?)

Life's like a box of chocolates; you never know what you're going to get (an easy fix to this is to only buy boxes of chocolate in which you know what's inside)

A watched pot never boils (technically yes it does, it takes a while; the message here is to set something up to boil and forget about it)

Forgive and forget (you're going to have to forgive me; I forgot why I wrote this one down... And I think I have water boiling...)

It is better to be safe than sorry (I checked, there was no water boiling!)

Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration (this must be why I sweat a lot)

Eat a slice of humble pie (No, I don't want to... You can't make me... Noooo, "gulp!” that was good pie; I don't think I could make it as well as you)

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em (Where do I sign up? I'm not as good as they are, but I'll try my best)

Crime doesn't pay (well it depends on how much you get, and I could probably get a lot…yes, the humble pie just wore off)

When life hands you lemons make lemonade (or lemon meringue pie, or lemon sherbet, something with lemons, or just eat them raw like I do)

Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today (but tomorrow looks so promising)

What goes up must come down (great now I've got the song Lighters stuck in my head)

I know some of these weren't great but you can't make an omelet without breaking some eggs (I don't really care for eggs; it's just a saying).