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“Murphy's Law: What goes up, get's stuck in a tree.”

“Well I didn't expect the d**n thing to get hit by lightning!”

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There is no better example of Murphy's Law in action then a kite. Think back to your childhood, flying that wonderful new kite out back and the wind hit it just wrong. You watched your kite hit a tree and there it stuck. Maybe the string caught fire and acted as a fuse which lit the entire forest up. The flames leaped higher and higher and all you could do was watch in horror. Or maybe it just stuck there flapping in the wind. But you aren't bitter about it. Not you. No.[1]


  1. See sarcasm.