Betteridge’s law of headlines states that any headline that ends with a question mark can be answered with the word no.
People in the other states use the phrase “Thank God for Mississippi” when referring to embarrassing statewide statistics.
Littlewood’s Law states that if humans are awake for at least eight hours every day, and we experience one event or incident per second, and if extraordinary or seemingly unlikely events are “one in a million”, every person should experience an incredible moment every 35 days.
Sturgeon’s law states that 90% of everything is crap. So 90% of experiments in molecular biology, 90% of poetry, 90% of philosophy books – and so forth – is crap.
“On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” is the most reproduced cartoon from The New Yorker magazine.