Mental Health Monday: Wrong Shui
I’m at the airport in Seattle after a lovely weekend visiting my Godson, Patrick, and his family. Last last night (early this morning) I discovered this hilarious little book in their living room (after a three-hour Scrabble game and some excellent Scotch), so I thought I’d share a few gems today from The Little Book of Wrong Shui by Rohan Candappa. (Subtitle: How to Drastically Improve Your Life by Basically Moving Stuff Around. Honest.)
Always try to keep your lungs positioned above your kidneys.
A chipped plate is very bad Wrong Shui.
But a plate of chips is very good.
What’s up Doc?
Never eat a meal in a room in which a rabbit has recently died.
You know, these were much funnier at 1 a.m. this morning after drinking Scotch. But if you laugh at them while sober on a Monday morning, all the better. Cheers!