I have collected this beautiful American Folklore - under the form of aphorisms - from car plates, from various anonymous postings, from expressions heard in my discussions, from e-mails received, etc.
Computer jokes, life taken upside-down, job related reflections, family connections, inside-out clichés of language, and so on.
They are in a paradoxist style, or close, and full of humor…
Some of them are cascading Murphy’s Laws (pessimistically), others are opposite - like Peter’s Laws (optimistically), or both (pessimistically and optimistically) like Florentin's Laws.
Their sweetness smiles in the face of adversity, full of irony and auto-irony.
I hope readers will enjoy them.
See a few nice examples from the book text: “I think, therefore I’m single”, “Life is short, break some rules”, or “Black Holes are Where God Divided by Zero”!
American folklore, paradoxism, paradoxist folklore
Smarandache, Florentin. "Caution: I Drive Like You Do! (Collection of American Paradoxist Folklore)." (2007). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/math_fsp/60