Quote by Harry S Truman
Whenever I make a bum decision, I go out and make another one.
This quote suggests a coping mechanism that the speaker utilizes when they make a poor decision. Instead of dwelling on the mistake or feeling regret, they prefer to make another poor decision to distract themselves or appear unbothered. It implies a disregard for consequences and potentially reflects a cycle of repetitive or impulsive decision-making, perhaps stemming from a desire for immediate gratification or a lack of concern for long-term outcomes.