Why do the people who want to talk about things always win? Why can’t the people who don’t want to talk about things win? — Peep Show… Season 3, Episode 4: Sistering (via mynycfuel)

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It is, of course, perfectly natural to assume that everyone else is having a far more exciting time than you. Human beings for instance have a phrase which describes this phenomenon: “The other man’s grass is always greener.” The Shaltanac race of Broop Kidron Thirteen had a similar phrase, but since their planet is somewhat eccentric botanically speaking, the best they could manage was “The other Shaltanac’s joopleberry shrub is always a more mauvy shade of pinky russet,” and so the expression soon fell into disuse and the Shaltanacs had little option but to become terribly happy and contented with their lot, much to the surprise of everyone else in the Galaxy, who had not realized that the best way not to be unhappy is not to have a word for it.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, fit the seventh (The Christmas Special)

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Everyone’s day needs a distant, derelict football ground. In the rain.

Everyone’s day needs a distant, derelict football ground. In the rain.

Day 07 - someone that inspires you #photoadaymay (Taken with instagram)

Day 07 - someone that inspires you #photoadaymay (Taken with instagram)

Day 06 - you #photoadaymay  (Taken with instagram)

Day 06 - you #photoadaymay (Taken with instagram)