Murphys Law


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Mur′phy's Law′


n.
the facetious proposition that if something can go wrong, it will.
[1955–60, Amer.; probably after E.A. Murphy, engineer in U.S. Air Force]
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MANILA -- Murphys Law, or "whatever can go wrong, will go wrong," may have caught up with English-Irish boy band One Direction (1D) as it performed without one key member, Zayn Malik, on Saturday night at SM Mall of Asia (MOA) open grounds in Pasay City.
The concept which is build by the entire world regarding Pakistan is that they are the fearless and brave nation of the world which is struggling hard and CEMC (Pvt) is one of those pioneers who are really to take an initiatives to execute their dreams which is based on long term relationship, progress, and adopting constructive approach because according to Edy Murphys law, if some has to go wrong it will go wrong so why to stop.