Oliver’s Law of Location: No matter where you go, there you are.

Orben’s Packaging Discovery: For the first time in history, one bag of groceries produces two bags of trash.

Osborn’s Law: Variables won’t, constants aren’t.


Ozman’s Laws: (1) If someone says he will do something “without fail,” he won’t. (2) The more people talk on the phone, the less money they make. (3) People who go to conferences are the ones who shouldn’t. (4) Pizza always burns the roof of your mouth.

O’Reilly’s Law of the Kitchen: Cleanliness is next to impossible

O’Toole’s Commentary On Murphy’s Law: Murphy was an optimist.

Parkinson’s Laws: First Law – Work expands to fill the time available for its completion. Second Law – Expenditures rise to meet income. Fourth Law – The number of people in any working group tends to increase regardless of the amount of work to be done. Law of Committees – The amount of time spent by a committee on an agenda item is inversely proportional to the cost of the item. Fifth Law – If there is a way to delay in important decision, the good bureaucracy, public or private, will find it. Sixth Law – Action expands to fill the void created by human failure. [/restrict]