Thursday, September 20, 2007

Serve me up a slice of happy


A person can eat all the cake in the world. But in the end, they are left with an inability to see if their socks match.

Scientists who studied sharing have come up with a better approach to securing a pleasurable, fulfilled life.

Why not cut the cake up into slices and let your friends and family pick their pieces first? You're given an incentive to divvy up the goods fairly and you're content with what's leftover.

Think about it. Do you really want to have to sit down in life because you're out of shape? I prefer to skip the whole way!

2 comments:

Alice said...

I feel this belief also applies to a six-pack of beer. It's much more fulfilling to drink with a friend than alone.

With a friend, you end up with good conversation and a buzz. Drinking alone, you end up with loneliness and a gut.

tnmiller said...

rule 3 was good. 5 points.