#10. Refuse to listen to music that is easy to remember (a sign of happy tunes).
#9. Get the doctor to prescribe something to you so that you can prove how sick you are.
#8. Remember to notify everyone you know when something bad happens.
#7. If someone tells you good news, immediately counter with “it’s too bad we didn’t hear it earlier.”
#6. If you have children or are caring for an elderly parent, be sure to join a support group.
#5. Post a depressing status on your Facebook so that everyone is forced to see your misery.
#4. Act like you are happy occasionally so that the effect of being sad/angry is more easily recognizable.
#3. If someone asks “how are you” it is their invitation to hear about everything that is wrong…don’t let them down by saying “fine.”
#2. Practise frowning each night in front of the mirror so the worry and frown lines in your face look deeper.
#1. If a check-out person says “Have a good day,” let them know your__________(aunt, dog, friend, fish, etc.) just died.
If you follow these rules you are sure to depress or anger someone else, which of course would make your day.