Can one learn as much from bad advice as they can from good? Woods of Wisdom™ is a ongoing collaborative poster series featuring tips on how to live a terrible life.
This is a project by James T. Edmondson. Direct emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pull my finger.
Smoke sixty-one cigaretttes every day.
If you can’t beat ‘em, cheat ‘em.
If at first you don’t succeed, you probably shouldn’t have started in the first place
Give up your dreams and watch more Jersey Shore.
Self-loathing and fear are the keys to happiness.
Always play with snakes.
Don’t spoil your children by listening to them.
If it hurts keep doing it.
Blaming your partner is what it means to love.
Friendship is a competition.
A thimble of mercury a day keeps the doctor away!
Eat sixty servings of wall paint a day. Or jeez eat sixty servings of Old Paint a day. And when you’re finished with him, eat sixty servings of Old Spice.
Frowning burns more calories than smiling, but scowling burns the most of all.
Sometimes it’s ok not to wipe.
If it ain’t broke, you didn’t play with it hard enough.
Must be original. Must be terrible.
Think, "Is this telling someone to do something awful?"
Should not simply be the opposite of good advice. "Run with scissors" isn't as interesting as "Watch one Rob Schneider movie every day."
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