Title: Second Law of Thermodynamics

Man: “The second law of thermodynamics states that entropy in a closed system increases over time. This happens at the expense of usable energy because total energy is conserved.”

Man: “So every chemical reaction, shuffling of papers, or ringing of a doorbell tilts the universe more towards disorder, until there is no usable energy left, resulting in the heat death of the universe.”

Man: “So I will not put the toilet seat down. As each slap of the lid is a step closer towards eternal oblivion!”