My three golden rules of life

NUMBER 1

Never trust anyone. Even someone with your best interests at heart can unintentionally do something which will end up killing you.

NUMBER 2

Never let the bastards see they have hurt you.

NUMBER 3

Give people leeway.

The first time, it could be a mistake.

The second time, it could be coincidence.

The third time, it is enemy action and you are entitled to rip their throats out.

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7 responses to “My three golden rules of life

  1. #1 wtf does trust have to do with a thing if you do not have collateral first?
    #2 if you have something to hide maybe you should find some where else to stand (pain is the definition of what it means to be alive – feel it or die)
    #3 learn to give – freely – contribution is how you got here – when you write “rip their throat out” it sounds like you are of the same ilk as the son of a biatch you are targeting

    You are a fuckin idiot
    AND
    iamslattery

  2. Can I have the first reply decoded please and what is a biatch?

  3. With these rules I feel sorry for you

  4. Sandra Smith

    @thedailymash: Sharing overrated http://t.co/F1tLQFU65Q
    Well son of a biatch I’ve found another one !!

  5. Hannah Igwell

    Hmmmm. 1 is extremely harsh John! 2 – I do agree with that. 3 – I think I would give people less leeway ie. not beyond the second time. Cannot be a coincidence.

  6. Lee

    I agree with you entirely about doing things Lee’s way. That is what you said, isn’t it?

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