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
make a fake email, and stalk exes.
also, lower your standards.
have another slice.
This is a good one.
Spit in a cop’s face daily.
Sleep your way to the top.
Seatbelts are for wimps.
Jump in front of moving buses.
God likes when you use his name in vain.
Taunt pit bulls.
Act a fool.
Funerals are the best places to clip your toenails.
Invite Matty K on a wine tour.
If it sounds too good to be true, buy it.
Aspirations lead to disappointment.
Screw hard work, embrace instant gratification
If it’s yellow, let it mellow.
If it’s a brown, keep it around.
At time I feel poop jokes are merely low hanging fruit, at other times, I feel they’re just as brilliant as any story or satire. You Cosmo, have nailed it.
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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