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“If you're trying to be miserable, it's important you don't have any goals. No school goals, personal goals, family goals. Your only objective each day should be to inhale and exhale for sixteen hours before you go to bed again. Don't read anything informative, don't listen to anything useful, don't do anything productive. If you start achieving goals, you might start to feel a sense of excitement, then you might want to set another goal, and then your miserable mornings are through. To maintain your misery, the idea of crossing off your goals should never cross your mind.”
John Bytheway, How to Be Totally Miserable
“The Imagi-Nation is a little country in your head. When you're young, you go there to play. When you get older, you go there to worry.”
John Bytheway, How to Be Totally Miserable
“The miserable think that what they have is never enough. Like the Little Mermaid, who owned no more than twenty thingamabobs, they say, "But who cares, no big deal, I want MORE." (How could you be miserable with twenty thingamabobs?)”
John Bytheway, How to Be Totally Miserable
“When people point fingers at someone else, they should remember that three fingers are pointing back at them.”
John Bytheway, How to Be Totally Miserable
“Oh, seriously--how could you be miserable with twenty thingamabobs AND a snarfblat?!”
John Bytheway, How to Be Totally Miserable
tags: humor
“If you're trying to be miserable, it's important you don't have any goals. No school goals, personal goals, family goals. Your only objective each day should be to inhale and exhale for sixteen hours before you go to bed again. Don't read anything informative, don't listen to anything useful, don't do anything productive. If you start achieving goals, you might start to feel a sense of excitement, then you might want to set another goal, and then your miserable mornings are through. To maintain your misery, the idea of crossing off your goals should never cross your mind.”
John Bytheway, How to Be Totally Miserable
“Seriously--you've got TWENTY thingamabobs AND a snarfblat!”
John Bytheway, How to Be Totally Miserable
tags: humor

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