Agreed, but those who throw such wisdom to the wind make for some amazingly hilarious television.
Not sure if it's against the spirit of the thread, but for the context, the quote is from the episode "The Gang Gets Trapped" of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Watched it for the 100th time last night and it hit me that this episode, more than most, epitomizes the entire series. If I were to suggest the show to anyone who'd not seen it, I'd have them watch this episode and offer that if they don't like it, then don't bother watching any others. Granted, it'd be out of the larger context (it's one of few episodes that happens entirely outside of Paddy's Pub, arguably the main stage of the franchise,) but it showcases each of the five main characters at their most "selves" as well as their collective impulsiveness, shit decision-making, and ultimate ineptitude.