Speak softly and carry a big stick, unless you’re going through security at the airport. Then they’ll be like, “Why do you have that big stick? Stop speaking so softly; I can’t hear you!”
When making a pact with the devil, if he offers you the extended warranty on your pact, don’t go for it. It’s a scam.
Don’t just disbelieve everything your evil arch nemesis says as he could use that against you. Like maybe he assumed you wouldn’t trust him and thus recommended Geico so you won’t save a lot of money on car insurance.
It’s important to distinguish yourself as one of the educated class. The best way to do this is to wear a top hat, a monocle, and a bright orange t-shirt that says, “ME INTEELECTUAL!” Careful if David Brooks sees you, though, as he might get angry at you for stealing his outfit, and he does bite.
If you suspect a co-worker is an android, ask him to pat his head and rub his belly at the same time. Androids can’t do that, because they don’t make them with dual-processors. And it’s good to know if someone is an android, because then you can steal his lunch without feeling guilty.
They say don’t bring a knife to a gun fight, but I do. Then everyone is like, “Look at the stupid dummy who brought a knife when we all have guns! What a lame-o!” Then POW! …I shoot them all with the gun hidden in the knife’s handle. NOW WHO’S STUPID?!!!
Violence is never the answer… unless the question is “What is never the answer?” Then the answer is violence. Actually, I guess that’s a paradox. Probably best to just use violence when you’re not sure about the answer.
If a UFO lands in front of you and aliens come out and demand, “Take me to your leader!” immediately respond with, “I’m not a frick’n taxi service!” and then ignore them. With aliens, the same as with dogs, you need to assert your dominance.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. It’s when you’re comparing a bird in hand to squirrels that the exchange rate gets confusing.
No matter where you go in life, never forget where you came from. This is especially useful in finding your car.