Umbrella | The Pessimists | The School of Life
The Pessimist's Umbrella from The School Of Life is for those who know that expecting the worst need not be cause for despair.
The umbrella has a rainfall print on the inside, along with Seneca's pessimistic aphorism: 'What need is there to weep over parts of life? The whole of it calls for tears.'
Be ready for rain, hail or shine, or whatever life throws at you with this unique umbrella.
- Size: 24 x 6 cm (when closed)
- Includes: Internal print featuring rain droplets
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