Murphy’s Food Laws

1. Everything you enjoy is bad for you.
2. If it isn’t bad for you, youcan’t afford you.
3. If you can afford it, it’s out of season.

< マーフィーの食物の法則>
1. 自分に取って好きな物は健康に悪い。
2. 自分に良いものは高い。
3. 手に入れられるとしても季節外れでてに入れられない。

Seventh Law of Kitchen Cofusion

The more time and energy you put into preparing a meal, the greater the chance your guest will spend the entire meal discussing other meals they have had.

< 台所の混乱の第七法則>

Weiler’s Law

Nothing is impossible for the man who doesn’t have to do it himself.

< ワイラーの法則>

Barth’s Distinction

There are two types of people: theose who divie poeple in to two types and those who don’t.

< バースの区別>

Rule of the Open Mind

People who are resistant to cjange cannot resist change for the worst.

< オープンマインドの規則>

Jong’s Law

Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn’t.

< ジョングの法則>