The grass isn’t always greener on the other side. We’ve all heard that before right? Is it true? In my case, I don’t water my lawn, so in fact, the grass IS always greener on the other side. So there, the statement is false. Damn that was quick and easy to explain. End blog.
Riiiiiight. Like you could get me to shut up that fast! I know the other variation is that people will always look to what they don’t have and that’s when it’s “the grass is always greener on the other side.” Both phrases mean the same thing, but are just offered from different perspectives. If you’re never satisfied with what you have, then to you the grass is always greener on the other side. If you’re happy with the cards you’ve been dealt in life, then to you, the grass isn’t greener on the other side. So what the hell am I talkin’ about? I have no idea. I told a friend of mine that I’d talk about grass in a blog, so I did. Be happy with what you got and you’ll probably get more, or be sad with what you don’t have and you probably won’t get anything you envy. But on the real, the grass is only as green as you want it to be, so feed your lawn…..FEEEEDDD IITTTT!
Damn, inspirational much today?