Most of us have been busy practicing our Pre-Apocalypse Stop, Drop and Roll Survival Drills so that we might outlive our more 'skeptical' friends. I can't wait to see the surprise on their faces when they're strafed by Pernicious Tabby Cats in Flying Saucers, which is how I suspect the Apocalypse will pan out. I'm usually right about stuff. I'll see you guys at the Christmas looting, ok?!
Alright, today I'm getting on a plane and flying to London. I'll be there for a few days, then I go to Basel in Switzerland, and then to Amsterdam. I need you all to be good kids. This means not setting fire to anyone's sofa. There is no need to appease the God of Fire; he doesn't love you, he is toying with your affections.
If you're new to Wrongcards you probably don't yet know that I like to invent excuses for people. I'm a creature of misadventure and when it comes to getting out of tricky situations, well, I know all about it. You may think we're an ecard site or a webcomic, but really we're a Self-Help book. Send our cards and win at life.
Over my Christmas vacation (which is ending, by the way, roughly now-ish) I thought about becoming a better person. Less difficult, more civilized and all that nonsense. But ultimately I decided it probably wasn't worth the effort and that self-improvement is really about Better Excuses and Alibis. Here is the first Wrongcard for 2011.
Whenever someone says something that is contrary to my wishes, interests or world view, I always point out that they are being difficult. But sometimes people call me difficult before I can say that they are. And I hate it. I made this card so I can retain the upper-hand. One should always win at all costs.