Atanas Krlevski is a Macedonian aphorist and telecommunication engineer who has been writing aphorisms since 1977. His satirical sayings regularly appear in Macedonian magazines and on radio and television as well as in the anthology of Balkan aphorisms compiled by Vasil Tolevski. Krlevski’s books of aphorisms are Krlevizmi (2009) and Okrlaveni misli (2011).
His rent is expensive; he lives inside his head.
When I’m drunk, people are two-faced.
During elections, the only truths are false promises.
Before politicians can fly, they have to crawl.
I feel sorry for my wallet; it leads an empty life.
My sex life is like a boring play: I fall asleep right after the first act.