Sloppy Joe’s Notebook

The first installment of aphorisms from Sloppy Joe. Most people value those who know when to speak up. The Finns value those who know when to shut up.

I live hand to mouth. I sometimes use another person’s hand but I always use my own mouth.

I’m not so sure money makes the world go round. But I am sure that the world got around fine before there was money.

Brody Bear says, “Listening to good jazz is like riding on top of a train.”

Everybody in the bus thinks they can drive better than the bus driver.

One good drink deserves another. But it’s always the last drink that gets blamed for the hangover.

What is a genius but an idiot ahead of their time?

A friend once gave me some good advice. He said, "You can't help stupid people."

[tags]Sloppy Joe, Aphorisms[/tags]

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