This last result suggests that when a person is being evaluated by a pessimist
, they are already on a lower playing field than if they were being evaluated by an optimist.
Once asked if he was a pessimist
, he responded: "I don't consider myself a pessimist
, on the other hand, would describe the failure as permanent, pervasive and personal.
will live his life in a perpetual fog of gloom and shy away from such possible excitements as space travel, cosmetic surgery or voting Labour.
Also, to be an optimist is the sure way of good living; and, on the other hand, to be pessimist
is as good as being dead, as one lives in a state of 'living hell', never at peace with self and others too.
Seeing a problem (like your cholesterol level) does not make you a pessimist
, but rather a realist.
A father had two sons, one a pessimist
and the other an optimist.
finds fault; the optimist discovers a remedy.
He decided to try to break the news to a friend of his, the eternal pessimist
who refused to be impressed with anything.
NOTHING depresses the pessimist
more than the sight of an optimist jinxing towards him wearing a smile - curved by the angels, polished by the saints and inspired by God himself.
By the pessimist
prognosis of the Finance Ministry, the public external debt of Kyrgyzstan will reach 68% of GDP by the end of 2010, Deputy Finance Minister Samat Kalzhyev said.
When something turns out badly, it's just as the pessimist
Indeed, according to Dienstag, for the pessimist
time itself is the fundamental problem of human existence.
Is the cartoonist an optimist or a pessimist
about the topic he is illustrating?
Her self-description was not entirely flattering: "a pessimist
if I'm not careful, a feminist always, a Black, a quiet egoist, a former Baptist, and an oil-and-water combination of ambition, laziness, insecurity, certainty, and drive.