Dangerous Cliches, #2 “Less is More”

Try telling this untruth to my poor uncle, Pecunious Shwartz. He has lost most of his hair and so must do humiliating comb-over trying to hide baldness.

Or, you go to one of these new fangling boutique restaurants even propping up in Estonia now where on your plate you have tiny little piece of meat floating on shrimpy foam and one leaf of mint. You say “is OK, less is more“, but you will still be feeling hungry.

Less is not more people! The Devil likes to be saying this to discourage you, make you weak. Is there such thing as too much peace of mind? Too much sexy time with your wife? Too much fried Twinkies?

Okay so maybe not all good examples, but even when you overdo it, you learn. Did not William Blake write, “the road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom“? Yes he did, I know because I was there when he wrote it! In  fact it was my answer to his question, “hey Zamboni, is it ever too much?”

So remember, it is usually someone saying this when what they really want to say is,”this needs more!” The emperor has no clothes, he is naked. It is not just “less is more” or he is underdressed;  his hazelnuts are swinging in the breeze and that’s not good.

How is this more?

So friends, know here that more is more and less is less.

Bon appetite!

About Zambonesman

I, Jordan Winer, am the human vessel for the timeless and also ageless Estonian sage, The Great Zamboni- through me he is helping you with wisdom that goes down easily with humor.He also Knows Mostly All Things and travels the world accordingly. .
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2 Responses to Dangerous Cliches, #2 “Less is More”

  1. Zambonesman says:

    Thank you taker of wonderful photgravitas (:

  2. Alice Olive says:

    Ha! Yes, less is less and more is more. Call a spade a spade. Love this post!

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