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What is the best piece of everyday advise? Pick one only.


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This section is dead so I'll try to revive it!

Question: What single piece of everyday advice is the best overall?

 

You can submit one of your own if you want,  and you can vote one up and vote one down only. Let's see which one has the highest number of overall up votes. 

It can be anything - as long as it's general/everyday not something super specific or arcane... 

 

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Here's mine to get started..  

 The Lottery is a con and you'll never win. Even if you do you'll only be half as happy as you think. Don't play it and save the cash. 

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On 01/10/2018 at 11:53, Gloommonger said:

Check testicles, spectacles, wallet and watch before leaving home.

I would hope you always have your testicles (if you were identified as a male at birth, and haven't yet transitioned) when leaving home.

T.S.W.W. is a mnemonic for when  a Catholic crosses himself. When you leave home, it is PMT that you check: Passport, money, tickets.

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corrected mental frailty thanks to Mr Fimble, below.
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28 minutes ago, Bod said:

I would hope you always have your testicles (if you were identified as a male at birth, and haven't yet transitioned) when leaving home.

T.S.W.W. is a mnemonic for when  a Catholic crosses himself. When you leave home, it is PMS that you check: Passport, money, tickets.

Not PMT?

On ‎11‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 17:10, Libspero said:

Never ascribe to malice,  that which can be explained by incompetence.

One which sometimes applies is the opposite "Never ascribe to incompetence, that which can be explained by malice."

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