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Opinions are like arseholes, apparently. Can’t say I see the resemblance, myself.

April 7, 2014

I wish I could resist scrolling down into the comments section of Youtube. I think I’d be a happier, more balanced and less jaded person.

If you do, you are likely to come across rubbish expressions, such as “Opinions are like arseholes; everyone has one.”

Well roundabout. For starters I highly doubt there is ever a single colon in use (HONK). Anyway, I have some alternatives for you:

Opinions are like arseholes: they all stink.

Opinions are like arseholes: they’re all shitty.

Opinions are like arseholes: none of them are pretty.

Opinions are like arseholes: fairly empty, most of the time.

Opinions are like arseholes: not much good comes from them.

Opinions are like arseholes: not even your own mother ever liked yours.

Opinions are like arsehole: just because it’s yours, doesn’t mean it’s special.

Opinions are like arseholes: no one wants to hear yours at the dinner table.

Opinions are like arseholes: everyone’s got to force something out…

Opinions are like arseholes: no one wants you sticking your nose in.

Opinions are like arseholes: people who are too attached to their own are a bit weird.

Opinions are like arseholes: people aren’t anything like as interested in attacking yours as you are in defending it.

Opinions are like arsehole: no one should bend over backwards to examine their own.

Opinions are like arseholes: you’ll always object to other people’s insertions.

Opinions are like arseholes: better from a distance.

Opinions are like arseholes: if the world really does revolve around yours, you should be worried.

Opinions are like arseholes: you strain and you strain to make them work, but they often don’t.

Opinions are like arses; they’ve all got holes in. (Thank you to my dad for that welcome variation on the formula.)

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3 Comments
  1. fucking brilliant!

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