The Casuistic Codex
The purpose of the Casuistic Codex is to help the individual navigate through the complex problems in life with simple and easy-to-remember rules.
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People are idiots-law
In order to avoid disappointment in life, it's important to remember that people are idiots until proven otherwise.
I was wrong-law
If a person admits to be mistaken, his or hers credibility on the matter will be completely cleansed.
Irrespectively of how many times an untrue statement is claimed to be correct, it will always be wrong.
Don't feed the troll-law
Don't feed the troll. Nothing good will come from it. Ever.
One is only allowed to have 2 jugs of water in the refrigerator.
One is not allowed to make jokes concerning pauses or being off from any occupation.
People with a BMI of 30 or above are not allowed to wear tight clothing.
The term "doubtful" or "dubious" may not be abused in written language.
It's completely forbidden to like your own status updates, comments, etc. on Facebook or any other social media.
One is not supposed to ask regular people consider complex problems.
The collar must always be in its proper position - unless you are a vampire.
Buying a photographing session at a professional photograper makes no one a model.
It's stricly forbidden to take pictures of anyone eating.
One should not use sayings that one doesn't know or doesn't know the meaning of.
Don't wear high heels in public before you know how to wear them.
Don't ask or say what is obvious.
If at least 3 persons on a picture have their eyes shut, the picture should go directly to the trash can.
It was fun when I was 5-law
Funny situations when you are 5, are no longer funny.
It's impossible to rate the hotness of a person wearing sunglasses.
You can't be more than 100% sure. 100% sure means 100% sure - no more, no less.
Scooters are uncool. Don't drive a scooter.
Auto-Tune doesn't make anyone a good singer.
Don't read them, don't share them.
Too good to be true-law
If it't seems too good to be true, it probably is.
Don't ever comment a first post with the comment "first".
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