THE GRASS ISNâ€™T ALWAYS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE
Did you ever hear someone quote some worn-out proverb or some stupid expression they read on a greeting card somewhere? Which causes you to think, "Man, what kind of idiot thought of that, I would love nothing more than to smash his/her head against the wall"? Sure, we all have. But none of these bywords seem to tick me off as much as this ridiculous adage, â€œthe grass is always greener on the other sideâ€. This Proverb has a colossal flaw, in the view of the fact that it doesnâ€™t observe both sides.
If the grass is greener on the other side, then the guy with the greener grass doesn't think your grass is greener, does he? What if your grass is greener than your neighbourâ€™s? Then in actual fact it would make no sense to say this phrase, taking into consideration that your grass is greener
Then there are the people that couldnâ€™t care less about what other people have. They donâ€™t seem to be anxious as regards to what new gadgets and toys their neighbour has. So tell me how does this byword acknowledge these types of people. They donâ€™t care what you have, their happy the way they are, and nothing will change that.
On the other hand, one might argue, the proverb, â€œthe grass is always greener on the other sideâ€, is just an expression. Therefore, although your grass might be greener then your neighbours, you still wish you could have some of the same qualities. Well think again, you assume by simply stating that itâ€™s an expression, suddenly means the sentence doesnâ€™t have to make sense? Thatâ€™s ludicrous itâ€™s like saying, â€œsince my name is Matt I donâ€™t have to go to schoolâ€.
Thatâ€™s right the gloves have come off, the embarrassing response to this ideal, â€œit doesnâ€™t have to make senseâ€, is absurd. Are you telling me that, it doesnâ€™