The ultimate truth, what it all comes down to. Pessimistic (Albeit true) laws of the outcome of things in the universe.
If something can go wrong, it will.
von AvengerXP 4. September 2003
murphys law has many variations, including, "the reason why a day goes bad: (insert original murphy's law here) and then you hit chem class with people that yell at you for helping because they dont understand other people asked that person for help, and then you leave the class and continue to encounter other ridiculous absurdities, similar to symetrically shaped objects, where one side is specifically labeled -this side up- because sillyness is at work in the word ridiculing all that is sane and good "
Mr.brian bills: chemistry student and day experiencer: who also gallantly feels the need to apologize when he has a bad day
von the all knowing one 7. Januar 2005
the law in nature that makes the B's prone to seeing Ken everywhere we go. Ken is everywhere and we always run into him at horrible times. B usually runs away screaming "MURPHYS LAW!!"
-aka- Ken's Law
-aka- Ken's Law
after a long hard workout, who do we see?? but ken walking to his sweet car
von Bitch 7. Dezember 2004
commonly called 'sods law'
"thats sods law for you!"
von Matt 30. September 2003
Everything that could possibly go wrong will. The only reason that this is sometimes true is because everybody that believes it has a really pessimistic view on life, and if you have a positive attitude good things will happen.
I called a girl up and asked her out on a date. I got diarrhea, I lost my job, my car crashed, I was 2 hours late, and when I got there she had already left on a date with another guy. So I came home, told my hot roommate, and we ended up fucking all night long.
von Buttfucked 7. September 2003
the worst always occurs at the most inopportune time
I got in a car wreck and just like murphy's law said I also lost my job.
von Anonymous 4. September 2003
The title of Murphy Lee's album.
Murphy Lee's new shiz Murphy's Law is off da heez fo sheez.
von Anonymous 9. Oktober 2003