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The Loooooooong-Weekend-Law


Just like Murphy’s law, there is a Loooooooong-Weekend-Law. I have discovered it.


The Loooooooong-Weekend-Law states:
“No matter how loooooooong the weekend, you will find enough pending tasks and social visits to fill it to brim”


The Corollary to the Loooooooong-Weekend-Law states:
“You cannot cheat the law by filling up some part of the loooooooong weekend with a planned period of ‘doing nothing’ since something that needs to be done 'immediately' will pop up impromptu exactly during the ‘doing nothing’ period”


Happy Loooooooong-Weekend everybody :)

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