The ketchup jumps from the French fry to your new white Lacoste blouse. The pen escapes your hand and takes refuge on the floor during an important Zoom call. Paper towels cling together just long enough for one to fly into the sink of water.
Daily revolts against our will. It’s obviously a conspiracy. Coordinated attacks. The only reason to do such things is to make us miserable, frustrated, and angry.
We must fight back with equal if not greater force. We’ll show them. It’s got to stop.
“I wanted it (them) to do this… but it (they) did that instead.”
💿 (record-scratching sound).
It’s ridiculous to blame inanimate objects for their “actions”. When bad things happen—we’re often the ones to blame.
The Laws of Inanimate Revolt:
- You (me, one) likely started it
- Physics and gravity usually play a role
How often do we blame other humans, organizations, political groups, or ethnicities for their “conspiracies” against us? Might you (me, one) be the one to blame? Are natural laws (physics, gravity, and human nature) at play?