A penny for your thoughts, but I expect change.
On misguided ambition:
The early bird gets the worm. Some reward!
Your homework is like a juicy steak — rarely done!
Don’t jump to conclusions — you may fall flat on your face.
On carnivorous behavior:
Mary had a little lamb … and a side order of fries.
On compulsive disorders:
You can count on others, but it’s better to use your fingers and toes.
On the failure of the educational system:
Beware of falling objects — like your grades.
You are a very responsible person. When something goes wrong, people always think you’re responsible.
On evasive action:
Don’t do today what you can put off until tomorrow.
On personal hygiene:
It’s time to make an important change. Start with your socks.
Money is the root of all evil. Who wants to be good, anyway?
On dairy desserts as they relate to automobiles:
He who eats ice cream in a car is a sundae driver.
On egotistical aqualife:
Don’t fish for complaints. Some people might think you’re shellfish.
On humor deficiency:
He who laughs last obviously didn’t get the joke.
On social outcasts:
Find yourself. Play hide-and-go-seek alone.
On abusive relationships:
If you don’t have anything good to say about someone, you’re not thinking hard enough.
If at first you don’t succeed, you’re doing it wrong.