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From a 1997 comedy sketch on Mr. Show with Bob and David.
- (humorous, frequently capitalized) "More money = better than". One who has more money is of greater value than one who has less.
- 2004 June 20, Milhouse Guidry, “Re: (OT) Much Ado About Michael Moore.”, in rec.sport.pro-wrestling, Usenet, message-ID <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
- You need to take into account Worthington's Law -- People who make more money than you are *better* than you, and are therefore above reproach.
- 2014 April 10, Matt Reevy, “The 8 NFL Coaches Pulling in the Most Money Per Game”, in Wall St. Cheat Sheet, retrieved 2014-04-11:
- Even if they don’t win, at least Sean Payton knows he’s making more money than the rest of his contemporaries. Per Worthington’s law, that means he’s unassailable.
- For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Worthington's law.
A satirical law, typically cited ironically.