Bad days happen to everyone. It seems like the older you get, the worse they become.
So when you’re experiencing a bad day, take a moment to scream out loud before continuing with damage control.
You won’t hear your alarm go off, causing you to wake up late *really… 9:30am?*
You’ll feel overworked and exhausted, causing mass grumpiness.
The geyser will go all wonky on you, forcing you to take a cold shower.
You won’t have time to eat anything during a busy day.
You’ll suffer from hanger.
Someone will park in your parking bay.
You’ll accidentally lock your car keys in your car.
The phone battery will die in the middle of an important call.
You’ll realize once it’s dead that you forgot your charger at home.
You’ll need cash urgently, but something will be wrong with online banking and the ATM.
You’ll find fly eggs in your takeaway after eating half the portion.
A bird will poop on your head.
You’ll be stuck in traffic.
The heel of your stiletto will accidentally break, and you won’t have an extra pair of shoes in your car.
You’ll forget your lip balm at home.
You’ll use the toilet, and upon reaching for the toilet paper, you’ll realize that the roll is finished.
You’ll send a mean or a seductive text to the wrong person.
Someone will accidentally bump into you while you’re holding a hot cup of coffee and it’ll spill on your crisp, white shirt.
You’ll drive to gym to blow off some steam, only to realize once you get there that you forgot your gym bag at home.
People who owe you money will dodge your phone calls.
Your family will call you dozens of times, trying to twist your arm in doing something for them that you don’t want to do.
It’ll start raining the moment you have to step out for something important.
Your car will breakdown in the middle of the road in peak hour traffic.
You’ll log onto Facebook, only to see people’s perfect and happy status updates.
You’ll go home frustrated and in tears, hoping for a good evening on the couch, only to realize that your last bit of supper went bad in the fridge
*image from Vulture.