So often I come across a phrase or saying that strikes me in some way. It could be funny, sweet or just a play on words, but if it makes me smile I try to remember it.

Then one day it occurred to me. I have a shit memory, and what I should be doing is writing them down. But the downside to having a shit memory is that I generally forget to. Bugger.

So here, now, is some that I can remember. Most of them I’ve read online somewhere, and have no idea where they originate from, but I like them so much that the source doesn’t really worry me.

Accept that some days you are the pigeon, and others you are the statue.

Apathy will ruin the world… but who cares?

Friendship is like wetting your knickers. Everyone can see it, but only YOU can feel its true warmth!

If you want to see a rainbow, you have to suffer a little rain.

If you’re looking for sympathy, you’ll find it in the dictionary between shit and syphilis.

He who dare not grasp the thorn should never crave the rose.

Changing lines at Baker Street.

The last one refers to the sexual act of transferring your penis from vagina to anus, or vice versa. It’s reference to Baker St is that it’s the only tube station where you can cross from the pink line to the brown one.

Semper in faecibes sole profundum variat (translates from Latin as: Always in the shit, only the depth varies)

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