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AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 04:45 AM
I saw this on another forum and a ton of people had different answers. A ton of people were having an arguement about it and I found it very funny so I figured I would bring it here.

500 of 1000 educated people got this answer wrong worldwide.

48÷2(9+3) = ??

kluang
04-08-2011, 05:14 AM
Its 288. How can a ton of people have different answer about it?

48 divide by 2 is 24.

9+3= 12

24 x 12 = 288

1+1=3

stubborn_d0nkey
04-08-2011, 05:43 AM
Its obvious where the difference comes from. Some do what you did some do the multiplication before the division and get 2

kluang
04-08-2011, 05:51 AM
Either way it's a poorly written problem

stubborn_d0nkey
04-08-2011, 06:10 AM
It was probably intentional

ACt
04-08-2011, 09:09 AM
I think you may want to stop and check the credibility of where ever you got that from, particularly to identify what they consider "educated". Anyway, order of operations, blah blah, pointless thread not funny.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 09:25 AM

Jaxon
04-08-2011, 09:31 AM
It's a very poorly annotated equation. Who the hell uses the ÷ symbol for this stuff? The answer is either 288, or 2. I don't know, or care, enough about maths to make a distinction. I doubt anyone here does. Maybe 48 might, but he's not here so whatever.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 09:35 AM
It's a very poorly annotated equation. Who the hell uses the ÷ symbol for this stuff? The answer is either 288, or 2. I don't know, or care, enough about maths to make a distinction. I doubt anyone here does. Maybe 48 might, but he's not here so whatever.

what symbol would you use for division? this /? doesnt change anything

Numinous
04-08-2011, 09:42 AM
I think you may want to stop and check the credibility of where ever you got that from, particularly to identify what they consider "educated". Anyway, order of operations, blah blah, pointless thread not funny.
QFT.

It was probably intentional

Of course it was, it lacks the appropriate symbols.

Fist of all 2(9+3) is NOT always 2*(9+3). Some people/institutions interpret it as 2^(9+3), which would be a completely different number, so the lack of the indication of operation is faulty.

Also, the presentation is laughable. This is how you represent division (for example):

That ÷ symbol is nonexistent after elementary school classes (at least here). So that's another thing that is incredibly faulty.

Finally, the order of operations depends on the countries: here division has priority over multiplication, but it's different depending on the institution/country, so of course it'll have different results.

So, with might be 2 (if you multiply before division), 288 (if you divide before multiplication) or 3/256 (if you use exponential instead of multiplication).

There, happy?

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 09:46 AM
QFT.That ÷ symbol is nonexistent after elementary school classes (at least here). So that's another thing that is incredibly faulty.

how is it faulty if thats the sign for division? means the same thing as this /.

: here division has priority over multiplication

really, why would your country teach math different then everywhere else, i thought that math was the universal language everyone spoke the same.

Numinous
04-08-2011, 09:53 AM
how is it faulty if thats the sign for division? means the same thing as this /.

Except nobody (after elementary school or junior high in some cases) uses them like that. Did you see the fraction I posted (although is a little blurry, damn google image betrayed me)? That's how people present division in a way that is clear to everyone.

really, why would your country teach math different then everywhere else, i thought that math was the universal language everyone spoke the same.That's fallacious to think. Mathematic is indeed a universal language, since it uses the same symbols in the same processes. But like any language, some stuff varies from region to region. Some regions give priority to division, others to multiplications, some to addition, others to subtraction. The difference in the final result should be nonexistent if the math problem is presented in an adequate form, which isn't the case here. Which reminds me of another thing this thing lacks: more brackets.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 10:00 AM
Except nobody (after elementary school or junior high in some cases) uses them like that. Did you see the fraction I posted (although is a little blurry, damn google image betrayed me)? That's how people present division in a way that is clear to everyone.

so the sign for division(÷) is unclear and faulty? its not clearly saying divide and the other symbol / does not mean the exact same thing?

That's fallacious to think. Mathematic is indeed a universal language, since it uses the same symbols in the same processes. But like any language, some stuff varies from region to region. Some regions give priority to division, others to multiplications, some to addition, others to subtraction. The difference in the final result should be nonexistent if the math problem is presented in an adequate form, which isn't the case here. Which reminds me of another thing this thing lacks: more brackets.

i was under the impression that the universal rules were all the same to solve a math equation. you know multiplication and division being equal but i guess your country decided to do math their own way.

Numinous
04-08-2011, 10:15 AM
so the sign for division(÷) is unclear and faulty? its not clearly saying divide and the other symbol / does not mean the exact same thing?

Yes, both are the same thing, but I haven't seen ÷ in ages on math problems and / is faulty if the proper annotations are missing.

Let us take for example 2/3*4=?

What does this mean? Is it two thirds times four or two divided by the product of multiplying 3 with 4? Nobody knows, because it lacks brackets.

So it should be either (2/3)*4 or 2/(3*4). See? That's how math works, genius.

you know multiplication and division being equal but i guess your country decided to do math their own way.Yes, they are, but I think you're not getting what I'm saying.

Let us take another example: (2*3)+(4/5)

Which operation takes priority while solving the problem? Some people go straight to the multiplication, while others prefer to tackle the division first. The result will be the same, but the process of solving it will be different.

Now if you take a piss poor math equation like yours, people that learn to do the multiplication first will do it and get 2, while others, like kluang and myself, would tackle the division first and get 288, and the difference shouldn't happen. Who's fault is it? Not ours, that's for sure.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 10:31 AM
Yes, both are the same thing, but I haven't seen ÷ in ages on math problems and / is faulty if the proper annotations are missing.

Let us take for example 2/3*4=?

What does this mean? Is it two thirds times four or two divided by the product of multiplying 3 with 4? Nobody knows, because it lacks brackets.

So it should be either (2/3)*4 or 2/(3*4). See? That's how math works, genius. .

actually thats not how math works, it would be (2/3)*4

Let us take another example: (2*3)+(4/5)

Which operation takes priority while solving the problem? Some people go straight to the multiplication, while others prefer to tackle the division first. The result will be the same, but the process of solving it will be different. .

you do what ever is in the parentheses and then add them both. nothing really to think about here.

manta
04-08-2011, 10:31 AM
You first do 9+3=12 then multiply it by 2=24 then divide 48/24=[2].

Reading more into it, it should've been more like:
48(12)
2

Nerox
04-08-2011, 10:42 AM
Really, a discussion with animefan again?

Numinous
04-08-2011, 10:45 AM
actually thats not how math works, it would be (2/3)*4

That's because you are inclined for it to be (2/3)*4. The fact is, without the appropriate annotations, the equation that I presented is ambiguous, so (2/3)*4 and 2/(3*4) have the same weight in the validity of the answer.

you do what ever is in the parentheses and then add them both. nothing really to think about here.I just presented a simple example. But if you don't trust me on this interchangeability, just look at wikipedia:

Mnemonics are often used to help students remember the rules, but the rules taught by the use of acronyms can be misleading. In the United States, the acronym PEMDAS or "Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally" is common. It stands for Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, Subtraction. In other English speaking countries, Parentheses may be called Brackets, or symbols of inclusion and Exponentiation may be called either Indices, Powers or Orders, and since multiplication and division are of equal precedence, M and D are often interchanged, leading to such acronyms as BEDMAS, BIDMAS, BIMDAS, BODMAS, BOMDAS, BERDMAS, PERDMAS, and BPODMAS.So doing the multiplication or the division first shouldn't be a problem, since they are of equal importance and everybody should come up with the same answer since they (should) follow the same rules. But 2 and 288 have the same validity as answers to your equation, which shouldn't happen if the equation wasn't faulty in the first place.

Really, a discussion with animefan again?

And about "intelligence", no less. It's a pattern!

manta
04-08-2011, 10:48 AM
Really, a discussion with animefan again?

Yep, really sounds like something he got from /b/

EDIT: Yep, he did.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 10:55 AM
That's because you are inclined for it to be (2/3)*4. The fact is, without the appropriate annotations, the equation that I presented is ambiguous, so (2/3)*4 and 2/(3*4) have the same weight in the validity of the answer. !

im not inclined to say its (2/3)*4, that is how you read the equation, multiplication and division are equal so you do the equation from left to right in a situation with both. its order of operations.

But 2 and 288 have the same validity as answers to your equation, which shouldn't happen if the equation wasn't faulty in the first place.!

how is the equation faulty, its an equation. there has to be a definitive school of thought and consensus on this but the equation isnt faulty. most people actuayll accept the answer as 2.

"The general consensus among math people is that "multiplication by juxtaposition" (that is, multiplying by just putting things next to each other, rather than using the "×" sign) indicates that the juxtaposed values must be multiplied together before processing other operations"

ACt
04-08-2011, 11:06 AM
The way I was taught, when you use the division sign, it is the same as saying:

48/2(9+3)

Everything after it is in the denominator. Therefore, the answer is:

= 48/2*12
= 48/24
= 2

If you go after a different answer, you are relying on a different definition of that sign. But for me, because it resembles a fraction with a dot above and a dot below, it is the separating marker for the equation.

Numinous
04-08-2011, 11:17 AM
im not inclined to say its (2/3)*4, that is how you read the equation, multiplication and division are equal so you do the equation from left to right in a situation with both. its order of operations.

Except that's how YOU read the equation. For me, since both operations have the same weight, the lack of proper annotation makes both (2/3)*4 and 2/(3*4) have the same validity. There's a reason for brackets in math, and this is it: to indicate which is the pivotal operation.

how is the equation faulty, its an equation.But it lacks proper annotation! Nobody is saying the equation is nonsensical, I'm only saying that it'll lead to ambiguity, which already has: you say 2, kluang says 288. And both of you solved the equation with equally valid processes. Now tell me how that happens if it isn't faulty?

there has to be a definitive school of thought and consensus on thisIt's called using brackets. Give it a try sometime.

but the equation isnt faulty. most people actuayll accept the answer as 2.So it was 500 in 1000, now is most people? Make up your mind, will you?

"The general consensus among math people is that "multiplication by juxtaposition" (that is, multiplying by just putting things next to each other, rather than using the "×" sign) indicates that the juxtaposed values must be multiplied together before processing other operations"@ bolded: consensus=/= rule. I know of people that use juxtaposition for exponential. I don't do that, since most quimiobiophysic equations use the consensus you referenced, but since politeness is never enough, use "x" or "*" to indicate the multiplication.

But you said:
that is how you read the equation, multiplication and division are equal so you do the equation from left to right in a situation with bothSo is 48/2=24=>24*(9+3)=>24*12=288

But, like ACt said, if you consider the ÷ as a separation of fraction, it's 48/(2*(9+3))=48/(2*12)=48/24=2

See? You just backed up both claims, which shouldn't happen in a proper equation.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 11:28 AM
Except that's how YOU read the equation. For me, since both operations have the same weight, the lack of proper annotation makes both (2/3)*4 and 2/(3*4) have the same validity. There's a reason for brackets in math, and this is it: to indicate which is the pivotal operation..

yes that is how I read it, which is the correct way. you do it from left to right with equal operations, that is the correct way whether YOU do it or not

But it lacks proper annotation! Nobody is saying the equation is nonsensical, I'm only saying that it'll lead to ambiguity, which already has: you say 2, kluang says 288. And both of you solved the equation with equally valid processes. Now tell me how that happens if it isn't faulty? ..

that happens when not everyone go's along with the consensus and sovles it a differnet way, doesnt mean its faulty.

But, like ACt said, if you consider the ÷ as a separation of fraction, it's 48/(2*(9+3))=48/(2*12)=48/24=2

See? You just backed up both claims, which shouldn't happen in a proper equation.

well act is wrong because / doesnt meant seperation of a fraction, it means to divide. if the equation was written 48 / 2 x (9+3) he would still get 2 and it would be 288

Numinous
04-08-2011, 11:53 AM
yes that is how I read it, which is the correct way. you do it from left to right with equal operations, that is the correct way whether YOU do it or not

Except it can lead to false results depending on the how the problem is presented, because I guarantee you that there are pairs OF situations that can be written down with the same operations in the same sequence, but one operation will have priority in one situation compared to the other, which might have another operation with priority, therefore brackets are needed to indicate what is that pivotal operation.

Sue me if you think I'm obsessed with brackets, but I think they are essential for the understanding of equations that have operations with the same weight in the same "level" of the equation (I don't know the correct term in English, but when I mean "level", I mean how they are inside or outside certain brackets).

that happens when not everyone go's along with the consensus and solves it a different way, doesn't mean its faulty.I just showed how I went along with an aspect of the consensus and got 288 and ACt went with another and got 2. They have the same validity because they were solved with the consensus. The problem is the equation's for not having enough annotation.

well act is wrong because / doesnt meant seperation of a fractionYes, it does. Numerator/denominator is the consensus for fractions, so he indeed went with the separation and got 2. It just happens to ALSO mean division in mathematics.

if the equation was written 48 / 2 x (9+3) he would still get 2 and it would be 288You just proved how faulty this equation is: you even contradict yourself.

so whats your answer? i lean towards 2 what symbol would you use for division? this /? doesnt change anything So you say you think it's 2, say that ÷ is the same as /, but when someone (like ACt) uses it as fraction, you say the correct answer would be 288.

THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN WITH EQUATIONS THAT AREN'T FAULTY!

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 12:12 PM
im not responding to your whole post because i jsut dont care enough to. order of operations says you go left to right with equal operations. you are wrong to look at it another way. i did not prove anything faulty. a division sign does not mean to set it up as a fraction. if it was 48 /( 2 x (9+3)) then you could set it up as the denominator but since its set up 48 / 2 x (9+3) its
step 1. 48 / 2 x (12)
step 2. 24 x (12)
step 3. 288

Numinous
04-08-2011, 12:26 PM
i did not prove anything faulty. a division sign does not mean to set it up as a fraction.

But it means it CAN be set up as a fraction, it just doesn't mean that's always the case.

if it was 48 /( 2 x (9+3)) then you could set it up as the denominator but since its set up 48 / 2 x (9+3) its
step 1. 48 / 2 x (12)
step 2. 24 x (12)
step 3. 288First, you didn't treat it as 48/2*(9+3), you treated it as (48/2)*(9+3). See how brackets make a difference? Second, you have no proof it isn't to be treated as a fraction, since THE ANNOTATION THAT WOULD CLARIFY IF IT'S A DIVISION OR A FRACTION IS ABSENT. Therefore it's faulty!

Will you stop treating faulty stuff as functional?

Edit: Oh, and you changed your mind about the result? Was it because you didn't think at first or the equation is ambiguous enough for you to change sides?

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 12:35 PM
But it means it CAN be set up as a fraction, it just doesn't mean that's always the case.

it doesnt mean you can set it up as a fraction, if you arent dividing by the rest of the equation you cant take the whole thing and treat it as you are by setting it up as a fraction.

First, you didn't treat it as 48/2*(9+3), you treated it as (48/2)*(9+3). See how brackets make a difference? Second, you have no proof it isn't to be treated as a fraction, since THE ANNOTATION THAT WOULD CLARIFY IF IT'S A DIVISION OR A FRACTION IS ABSENT. Therefore it's faulty! .

what dont you understand about order of operations, 48/2*(9+3) is suppose to be treated as (48/2) x (9+3). that is the order of operations, you solve in the bracket, the you go from left to right.

Edit: Oh, and you changed your mind about the result? Was it because you didn't think at first or the equation is ambiguous enough for you to change sides?

i did not change my mind once.

Numinous
04-08-2011, 12:49 PM
it doesnt mean you can set it up as a fraction, if you arent dividing by the rest of the equation you cant take the whole thing and treat it as you are by setting it up as a fraction.

But the equation you showed doesn't reveal that because there's mathematical symbols missing for it to show exactly what you said.

what dont you understand about order of operations, 48/2*(9+3) is suppose to be treated as (48/2) x (9+3). that is the order of operations, you solve in the bracket, the you go from left to right.

But since it's valid to treat / or ÷ as an indicator of fraction, what ACt did is also valid in this equation, it just follows a different aspect of the mathematical consensus. I repeat, brackets exist for a reason, it's just not for making the equation look pretty.

i did not change my mind once.

O'rly?

how is the equation faulty, its an equation. there has to be a definitive school of thought and consensus on this but the equation isnt faulty. most people actuayll accept the answer as 2.

well act is wrong because / doesnt meant seperation of a fraction, it means to divide. if the equation was written 48 / 2 x (9+3) he would still get 2 and it would be 288

And I rest my case here. I have better things to do than doing a math version of the IQ test explanation that you still don't get.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 12:58 PM
But the equation you showed doesn't reveal that because there's mathematical symbols missing for it to show exactly what you said. .

you have it backwards, what you are trying to do is missing symbols

But since it's valid to treat / or ÷ as an indicator of fraction, what ACt did is also valid in this equation, it just follows a different aspect of the mathematical consensus. I repeat, brackets exist for a reason, it's just not for making the equation look pretty..

its no valid to unless its one term which its not

"i did not change my mind once. "

O'rly?.

"how is the equation faulty, its an equation. there has to be a definitive school of thought and consensus on this but the equation isnt faulty. most people actuayll accept the answer as 2. "

"well act is wrong because / doesnt meant seperation of a fraction, it means to divide. if the equation was written 48 / 2 x (9+3) he would still get 2 and it would be 288 "

And I rest my case here. I have better things to do than doing a math version of the IQ test explanation that you still don't get.

you dont rest any case you idiot, i already posted this about the juxtaposition, that equation doesnt have it so it would be 288. i have not changed one thing i have said the entire time

"The general consensus among math people is that "multiplication by juxtaposition" (that is, multiplying by just putting things next to each other, rather than using the "×" sign) indicates that the juxtaposed values must be multiplied together before processing other operations"

ACt
04-08-2011, 01:04 PM
Seriously - are we still discussing after we all agreed it was a vague and poorly arranged math equation that intentionally leads to disagreement?

Also, you completely misinterpreted my definition of "÷", half because you didn't read the word "denominator" and half because when I wrote out my answer, I didn't put in the proper brackets to be completely clear - which is the whole problem.

When I say it separates out the left side into numerator and right side as denominator, I mean 48 is the numerator and 2(9+3) is the denominator or:

48
2(9+3)

Or to be completely clear:

48/(2*(9+3))

Clear? I'm not wrong because it is how I interpret the question based on what I was taught - in like grade 4!. (I think it was also commonly taught in Canada that when given such equations, you would often progress from left to right on even order of operations, such as division and multiplying.) Quit not understanding whether intentional or not.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:07 PM
Seriously - are we still discussing after we all agreed it was a vague and poorly arranged math equation that intentionally leads to disagreement?

Also, you completely misinterpreted my definition of "÷", half because you didn't read the word "denominator" and half because when I wrote out my answer, I didn't put in the proper brackets to be completely clear - which is the whole problem.

When I say it separates out the left side into numerator and right side as denominator, I mean 48 is the numerator and 2(9+3) is the denominator or:

48
2(9+3)

Or to be completely clear:

48/(2*(9+3))

Clear? I'm not wrong because it is how I interpret the question based on what I was taught - in like grade 4!. (I think it was also commonly taught in Canada that when given such equations, you would often progress from left to right on even order of operations, such as division and multiplying.) Quit not understanding whether intentional or not.

actually i misunderstood nothing, go back and read. i said you are wrong because you cant treat it as a denominator if its not 1 term. with out the brackets you gave it its not 1 term and cant be the denominator

kluang
04-08-2011, 01:15 PM
a = b

a2 = b2 = ab

a2 - b2 = a2 - ab

(a+b)(a-b) = a(a-b)

Now, divide both members by (a-b).

a+b = a

a+a = a

2a = a

2 = 1

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:23 PM
a = b

a2 = b2 = ab

a2 - b2 = a2 - ab

(a+b)(a-b) = a(a-b)

Now, divide both members by (a-b).

a+b = a

a+a = a

2a = a

2 = 1

a and b are 0

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:28 PM
he wrote it wrong, guess you deleted your post kael

kael03
04-08-2011, 01:30 PM
Or you're deluding yourself to make yourself look smarter. I didn't post anything.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:33 PM
Or you're deluding yourself to make yourself look smarter. I didn't post anything.

what ever makes you sleep better at night

Numinous
04-08-2011, 01:33 PM
a2 - ab = a(2-b)

not a(a-b)

a^2-ab = a(a-b), because the term in common is a. You can't multiply a for its exponential, 2.

ACt
04-08-2011, 01:34 PM
actually i misunderstood nothing, go back and read. i said you are wrong because you cant treat it as a denominator if its not 1 term. with out the brackets you gave it its not 1 term and cant be the denominator

What - have you not taken factoring? Replace 2 with X

48÷x(9+3)

It's one term because it's connected to the bracket which MUST be dealt with first. The question you are after is do you drop the brackets once you add. I would say no, again, based on what I was taught.

2(9+3) or 2(12) is still one term and can be treated as such.

In any case, I'm convinced you're just trolling now.

kael03
04-08-2011, 01:36 PM
In any case, I'm convinced you're just trolling now.

With his recent string of posts...I'm not convinced.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:37 PM

a^2-ab = a(a-b), because the term in common is a. You can't multiply a for its exponential, 2.

i wasnt thinking it was an exponent the way it was written. you know exponents arent the size of a normal number

ACt
04-08-2011, 01:38 PM

48÷2(9+3)
= 48÷18 + 6
= 2 2/3 + 6
= 8 2/3

This is why Mathematicians hate people

Numinous
04-08-2011, 01:40 PM
i wasnt thinking it was an exponent the way it was written. you know exponents arent the size of a normal number

And you know that these forums don't have an intuitive way to put the 2 in the right place, so kluang just made the notation a2.

Also, if it was a*2, the notation is 2a, not a2.

48÷2(9+3)
= 48÷18 + 6
= 2 2/3 + 6
= 8 2/3

This is why Mathematicians hate dumb people Fixed and I see what you did there, distribution of the terms, also valid without the adequate brackets.

Edit: see? In the reply box a2 was perfect, and when I posted, it became a2. So yeah, it's a^2.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:40 PM
What - have you not taken factoring? Replace 2 with X

48÷x(9+3)

It's one term because it's connected to the bracket which MUST be dealt with first. The question you are after is do you drop the brackets once you add. I would say no, again, based on what I was taught.

2(9+3) or 2(12) is still one term and can be treated as such.

In any case, I'm convinced you're just trolling now.

so you agree with the juxtaposition, but you simply said that you would set it as the demoninator becuase of the division sign, thats a completely different scenario.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:42 PM
The way I was taught, when you use the division sign, it is the same as saying:

48/2(9+3)

Everything after it is in the denominator.

thats wrong, only if its 1 term

ACt
04-08-2011, 01:43 PM
AF - I forget if you ever said, what do you do for a living?

EDIT: @ Num - no, I think it is just people in general.

EDIT2: AF again - I was talking specifics - this case the equation you provided. The equation you've given is linked by division, multiplication and brackets. I put the division sign as the way to orient the whole equation properly. I was not saying "IN ALL MATHEMATICS..." because I'm not stupid. You are just looking for errors so make yourself the big man - go away, your trolling is not wanted.

Besides, has it ever occured to you, or anyone, that the set up to this whole thing is "500 of 1000" got this wrong when there are two answers? Yeah, so believable. I call for thread closure.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:44 PM
And you know that these forums don't have an intuitive way to put the 2 in the right place, so kluang just made the notation a2.

Also, if it was a*2, the notation is 2a, not a2.

Fixed and I see what you did there, distribution of the terms, also valid without the adequate brackets.

Edit: see? iIn the reply box a2 was perfect, and when I posted, it became a2. So yeah, it's a^2.

2a and a2 are the same thing, as i said i didnt realize he was making it as an exponent. its the same size as a normal number.

kael03
04-08-2011, 01:45 PM
thats wrong, only if its 1 term

Hey, genius. In the set up ACt provided you need to solve the denominator first to make it 1 term, then you divide the numerator by the denominator. Are you sure you're in college? This is elementary school shit.

kluang
04-08-2011, 01:45 PM
I did not wrote it wrong.

I cant make the exponent look right here.

what they call it, superscript

Numinous
04-08-2011, 01:46 PM
2a and a2 are the same thing

No, they aren't if the forums don't allow for the right annotation. So you're still wrong.

kael03
04-08-2011, 01:46 PM
2a and a2 are the same thing, as i said i didnt realize he was making it as an exponent. its the same size as a normal number.

No they aren't. In notation with variables, the ONLY time you ever put the number after the variable is when the number is an exponent. Should kluang have put a "^" between a and 2 to make this clear? Yes. But those of us with basic comprehension of math understood the exponent.

Numinous
04-08-2011, 01:52 PM
No they aren't. In notation with variables, the ONLY time you ever put the number after the variable is when the number is an exponent. Should kluang have put a "^" between a and 2 to make this clear? Yes. But those of us with basic comprehension of math understood the exponent.

See this, Animefan? This is why some people use the juxtaposition for exponential, because it also works for it as much as it works for multiplication. And that is why appropriate notation is always valuable.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 01:53 PM
Hey, genius. In the set up ACt provided you need to solve the denominator first to make it 1 term, then you divide the numerator by the denominator. Are you sure you're in college? This is elementary school shit.

he said he was taught everything after the division sign was in the demoninator, he said it and i said only if its 1 term, if thats what he meant fine but he did not make the 1 bit clear because he never clarified that until much later.

I did not wrote it wrong.

I cant make the exponent look right here.

what they call it, superscript

you did have 2=1 at the bottom

No, they aren't if the forums don't allow for the right annotation. So you're still wrong.

they arent in the forums lol, gtfo, 2a and a2 are the same in the math world, sorry after looking at it for 10 sec i didnt realize when he had 2=1 at the bottom that he meant exponents and assumed he made a mistake with the factoring.

kael03
04-08-2011, 01:57 PM
2a and a2 are the same in the math world,

*Sigh*

No they aren't. In notation with variables, the ONLY time you ever put the number after the variable is when the number is an exponent. Should kluang have put a "^" between a and 2 to make this clear? Yes. But those of us with basic comprehension of math understood the exponent.

Seriously, just stop.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 02:06 PM
well as usual it was a pleasure stopping in to the spam zone and talking to all of you, i look forward to our next encounter.

kael03
04-08-2011, 02:08 PM
Way to not admit you were wrong about kluang's post. Even after he pointed out he fucked it up.

Nerox
04-08-2011, 02:08 PM
AF - I forget if you ever said, what do you do for a living?

He says he could easily get hired in a bank where he worked before...any comment is unnecessary.

kluang
04-08-2011, 02:09 PM
well as usual it was a pleasure stopping in to the spam zone and talking to all of you, i look forward to our next encounter.

More like, I'll get you next time

kael03
04-08-2011, 02:11 PM
More like, I'll get you next time

It's like he has the stubbornness of Mum-Ra combined with the intelligence of Snarf.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 02:17 PM
Way to not admit you were wrong about kluang's post. Even after he pointed out he fucked it up.

well he was wrong, he had 2=1 as the solution when hes dividing things by (a-b) and a=b.

He says he could easily get hired in a bank where he worked before...any comment is unnecessary.

i could, sorry i didnt realize 2a and a2 were different right away in an internet forum but solved what a and b were. you keep mentioing it like its this amazing feat or something, are your abilities just that low

More like, I'll get you next time

get you, lol. i have no desire to get anyone.

kael03
04-08-2011, 02:21 PM
i could, sorry i didnt realize 2a and a2 were different right away in an internet forum but solved what a and b were.

Regardless of the medium, the translation is the same. a2 ALWAYS translates to a to the power of 2. To translate it any other way doesn't exist in math. As I said before (and you seem to conveniently ignore) when working with variables you NEVER put the number after the variable unless it's being treated as an exponent.

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 02:24 PM
Regardless of the medium, the translation is the same. a2 ALWAYS translates to a to the power of 2. To translate it any other way doesn't exist in math. As I said before (and you seem to conveniently ignore) when working with variables you NEVER put the number after the variable unless it's being treated as an exponent.

when you are actually writing or using a calculator you can tell whats an exponent and you could write 2a or a2 and it would mean the same thing so just stop

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 02:27 PM
its not even a big deal, i made a mistake reading what he wrote because its not the way im used to reading it. the exponent is usually above the number/variable and alot smaller. omg im sooo stupid for making that mistake after looking at it for 10 sec. lets talk about it for another hour

ACt
04-08-2011, 02:29 PM
Ooooooooooo-kay. Let's all step away from the keyboard and come to the realization:

A) Kluang meant a^2.

B) AF is correct in saying a*2 is the same as 2*a.

C) Kael and Numinous are correct in saying that the general interpretations of a2 is a^2.

D) this is precisely why the question brought up allows for confusion - unless you are going to use 100% proper notation, problems can arise.

E) AF is either just stringing you guys along or being so entirely stupid, it isn't worth talking to.

kluang
04-08-2011, 02:31 PM
Or Af will do anything, even bend logic to win an arguement

ACt
04-08-2011, 02:50 PM
Yeah, it could be that.

By the way, the real reason your little 2=1 doesn't work because when you take out (a-b), you are dividing by 0, since a=b. So for anyone wondering what happens when you divide by 0... 2=1.

Kina
04-08-2011, 03:10 PM
Late, but I'd just give it Order of Operations treatment.
Parentheses
Exponents
Multiplication/Division

stubborn_d0nkey
04-08-2011, 03:28 PM
42

Mal
04-08-2011, 03:34 PM
This thread needs to end. I am getting sick of people trying to have serious conversations with AnimeFan. He is obviously an idiot, we should all simply realize this and get on with our lives. Stop fretting over every stupid little thing he says, you're never going to be able to teach him anything.

People learn order of operations differently, and this only affects equations with no explanation and poor syntax. End of discussion, everyone shut up about it and post tits.

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_rm7OsyMjTHs/TCEJAodtmSI/AAAAAAAAI7k/MU3mBYZBuos/s1600/mary+allison+sexy.jpg

Kina
04-08-2011, 03:44 PM
http://girls.gunaxin.com/wp-content/gallery/spewf-bikini-day/tbd-10.jpg

04-08-2011, 06:58 PM
48÷2(9+3) = ??
48÷2(12)= ??
48÷24=??
2=??

Answer is 2. In America (greatest country on fucking earth:cool:) we always multiply by whatever the answer in the parenthesis is before any other multiplication or division is done. With that said in all other instances you normally multiply or divide starting from left to right, so I could see how some people could get 288. That just isn't how I've always seen it done,

manta
04-08-2011, 08:06 PM
shut up! moar tits!

AniMeFaN
04-08-2011, 08:41 PM
http://ist1-4.filesor.com/pimpandhost.com/3/4/4/6/34462/t/I/r/0/tIr0/sass2.jpg

manta
04-08-2011, 08:58 PM

Jaxon
04-08-2011, 09:52 PM
http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss195/Liberty_Prime/photo-of-rebecca-black-pictures_4d8898972528c.jpg

Did someone say Friday?

kael03
04-08-2011, 09:53 PM
http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss195/Liberty_Prime/photo-of-rebecca-black-pictures_4d8898972528c.jpg

Did someone say Friday?

...I will stab you.

manta
04-08-2011, 09:59 PM
http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss195/Liberty_Prime/photo-of-rebecca-black-pictures_4d8898972528c.jpg

Did someone say Friday?

http://myfacewhen.com/images/1.jpg

kluang
04-09-2011, 12:56 AM

LonelyNinja
04-09-2011, 02:42 AM
http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss195/Liberty_Prime/photo-of-rebecca-black-pictures_4d8898972528c.jpg

Did someone say Friday?
FUN FUN FUN.

Ya'll jelly 'cause she stylin' on you.

kluang
04-09-2011, 05:25 AM
http://i575.photobucket.com/albums/ss195/Liberty_Prime/photo-of-rebecca-black-pictures_4d8898972528c.jpg

Did someone say Friday?

Who is she?

edit: nevermind I found it.

Demi-God
04-09-2011, 07:02 AM
She did a bad cover of Stephen Colbert's Friday.

kluang
04-09-2011, 07:21 AM
She did a bad cover of Stephen Colbert's Friday.

Actually she did a terrible cover of bob dylan's friday.

the song about the movement was trash down by this kid?

Leave it to Bob Dylan to write a song that perfectly encapsulates Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement. Waiting at the bus stop wondering which seat she can take, indeed. Her﻿ bravery allowed her to kick it in the front seat. Black and white, are we really so different? We all just want fun, fun, fun.

ACt
04-09-2011, 02:35 PM
http://images1.memegenerator.net/ImageMacro/6772658/y-u-no-tell-us-what-comes-after-sunday.jpg?imageSize=Medium&generatorName=Y-U-NO

OG
04-10-2011, 01:41 AM
did not read through the pages, but to solve the mathz,

order of operations, PEMDAS.

Marlboro
04-10-2011, 07:47 AM
I am still not convinced that Rebbecca Black's 'Friday' is for real. I think it might be some sort of lame prank. I am watching that video right now and every 10 seconds 14+ people dislike the song. Can't blame them. The lyrics are utterly stupid and the 'rapper' doesn't make sense. Her voice is horrible in this song but it's extremely better in her other songs. This is why I believe this song is fake.

''She sounds like someone is slattering a bag full of kittens with a rusty hatchet.... ((BTW YOU ONLY﻿ HAVE ONE SEAT TO CHOOSE FROM! ))''

'The lyrics said "Gotta catch my bus" but in the end, she followed her﻿ friends'

But this one takes the cake -
'Thank god she didn't take the bus.. It would have taken﻿ her a hell of a long time to decide which seat she can take.' =D

Mal
04-10-2011, 09:11 AM
This conversation is still too serious.

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs678.snc4/61815_141544209224262_100001060503152_22 3907_6763409_n.jpg

Numinous
04-10-2011, 09:12 AM
I am still not convinced that Rebbecca Black's 'Friday' is for real. I think it might be some sort of lame prank.

Or it's a case of an audacious gambit: the song wouldn't even get a millionth of the attention it's getting if it wasn't so goddamn stupid.

Rebbecca Black can't sing for shit, she's not a looker and the budget for the music video was considerably low, so if she was to release a proper song, nobody outside of her birth town would even know who the hell she was, but with the current anathema of the musical genre, now she's 22nd in the Social Billboard Top 50 (when last week she was 12nd), right above huge celebrities of the mainstream scenario like Usher, Linkin Park, Beyoncé, etc.

I guarantee you, Rebbecca Black will apply the "appeal to the lowest common denominator and ride the negative wave" formula as long as she can and get the sweet green. I mean, just look at the Billboard Top 100 Songs (http://www.billboard.com/artist/rebecca-black/1670131#/charts/hot-100?begin=1&order=position)and you can count with your fingers the amount of songs that don't use that formula.

Edit: but nonetheless I agree with Mal. More tits are always welcome :P

kluang
04-10-2011, 10:31 AM
Bob Dylan clearly sings everybody's russian, he wanted the world to be aware of McCarthyism. She sings everybody's rushing which means nothing.

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 10:42 AM
http://i38.tinypic.com/rlm52a.jpg

04-10-2011, 10:48 AM
A five page argument about math and bullshit.

Tits is a must.

http://i56.tinypic.com/ohn7km.jpg

kael03
04-10-2011, 02:18 PM
A five page argument about math and bullshit.

Tits is a must.

http://i56.tinypic.com/ohn7km.jpg

It's still on page one for me >_>

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 02:19 PM
48/2(9+3) = ??
48/2(12)= ??
48/24=??
2=??

Answer is 2. In America (greatest country on fucking earth:cool:) we always multiply by whatever the answer in the parenthesis is before any other multiplication or division is done. With that said in all other instances you normally multiply or divide starting from left to right, so I could see how some people could get 288. That just isn't how I've always seen it done,

I could've sworn America teaches PEMDAS. If you did learn it, you're using it wrong. If you learned a different way, disregard the following:

48/2(9+3)=?
48/2(12)=?
24(12)=288

2(9+3) reads as 2*(9+3). As PEMDAS states, Multiplication before Division or vice versa from left to right. If it was 48/(2(9+3)), it would force the multiplication so you would get 48/24=2. That's using PEMDAS of course. Don't know how other people are taught. =/

Yeah, close thread. This isn't a math forum.

kael03
04-10-2011, 02:27 PM
nlb apparently doesn't read the rest of the thread and didn't noticed it was derailed for tits.

Edit: By the way, the answer is 2. PEMDAS isn't an American thing, it's a univeral math law for order of operations. PEMDAS tells us that we first need to get rid of the parenthesis in an equation, then the exponents, then multiply/divide (from left to right), then add/subtract (from left to right).

48/2(9+3)=?

For now, we'll ignore the 48, as it's importance in order of operations is nonexistent.

2(9+3) translates into 2 times the sum of 9 and 3.

2(12) = 24

Now, we plug that into the original equation to get:

48/24 = ?
2 = ?

Numinous
04-10-2011, 02:33 PM
nlb apparently doesn't read the rest of the thread and didn't noticed it was derailed for tits.

It takes a LOT of self-restraint to notice the math before the curves. Or maybe he never heard of "compromised but not castrated".

stubborn_d0nkey
04-10-2011, 02:38 PM
There are curves in maths too :P.

Reasonable explanation as to why nlb didnt see the tits, he uses a posts per page setting that cutoff the post he replied to to the tits, and when he saw the post he replied to he didnt bother to read the rest of the thread

kluang
04-10-2011, 02:38 PM
I'm really proud of nlb. An underage kid who can ignore tits and dont act like a hormone bastard when he sees one. Or two.

good for you.

Numinous
04-10-2011, 02:48 PM
I'm really proud of nlb. An underage kid who can ignore tits and dont act like a hormone bastard when he sees one. Or two.

good for you.

Now you're making me feel inadequate for being a compromised young male that appreciates seeing a good pair of breasts. Can't a guy be straight anymore? :D

@ kael: just a correction, PEMDAS is not universal. Here PEDMAS is the standard, but it shouldn't make a difference in the final result (it only makes here because the equation is faulty).

But enough of maths, let's go back to the nice asses, like this one:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_PB26x1Bl_Ys/R0xWaczQHjI/AAAAAAAAAEA/aX2YB9xDbkQ/s400/donkey.jpg

OG
04-10-2011, 03:02 PM
http://images1.memegenerator.net/ImageMacro/6772658/y-u-no-tell-us-what-comes-after-sunday.jpg?imageSize=Medium&generatorName=Y-U-NO
i got u covered

Numinous
04-10-2011, 03:10 PM
i got u covered

That is either the blindest self-parody I ever saw or a brilliant piece of hypocritical humor. I think it's the first but I hope it's the latter.

stubborn_d0nkey
04-10-2011, 03:49 PM
let's go back to the nice asses, like this one:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_PB26x1Bl_Ys/R0xWaczQHjI/AAAAAAAAAEA/aX2YB9xDbkQ/s400/donkey.jpg

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 05:08 PM
nlb apparently doesn't read the rest of the thread and didn't noticed it was derailed for tits.

I noticed, but didn't care.

Edit: The answer is 2. PEMDAS isn't an American thing, it's a univeral math law for order of operations. PEMDAS tells us that we first need to get rid of the parenthesis in an equation, then the exponents, then multiply/divide (from left to right), then add/subtract (from left to right).

It's 288.

48/2(9+3)=?

we'll ignore the 48, as it's importance in order of operations is nonexistent.

2(9+3) translates into 2 times the sum of 9 and 3.

2(12) = 24

we plug that into the original equation to get:

48/24 = ?
2 = ?

Brush up on your math skills kael, you can't even solve a simple math problem. PEMDAS states to perform all operations INSIDE the Parenthesis. 2 isn't within the parenthesis. If you use it right, 48/2(9+3)=288. Not 2. Just like how 1/2(2+2) isn't 1/8. You need a calculator, brah?

Numinous
04-10-2011, 05:22 PM
@ sd: That'd be too weird. :p

@ nlb: It's 2 AND 288 AND 3/256 AND 8 2/3. All these results were calculated here and are valid as answers to this silly equation. Now stop with the mathematics and join the derail!

kael03
04-10-2011, 05:38 PM
Brush up on your math skills kael, you can't even solve a simple math problem. PEMDAS states to perform all operations INSIDE the Parenthesis. 2 isn't within the parenthesis. If you use it right, 48/2(9+3)=288. Not 2. Just like how 1/2(2+2) isn't 1/8. You need a calculator, brah?

I suggest you do the same, kid. PEMDAS is supposed to eliminate each part of the equation, meaning you get rid of the parenthesis first, meaning you multiply the 2 with the result of the parenthesis.

But, like num said, the problem is poorly structured and people will solve it different ways. My way, which eliminates the parenthesis (as you're supposed to) comes up with 2. If it wasn't poorly structured then there wouldn't be 4 damn answers.

ACt
04-10-2011, 05:39 PM
Ugh - now don't start this again.

kael03
04-10-2011, 05:41 PM
Ugh - now don't start this again.

I shall end it with this:

http://i240.photobucket.com/albums/ff288/kaelmastermage/129155932303791665.jpg

I want to move to Russia.

Domagoj
04-10-2011, 06:34 PM
If we take into consideration that division is reciprocal multiplication and put it into the equation, we get:

48*(1/2)(9+3) = 48*(4,5 + 1,5) = 48*6 = 288
OR
= 24*(9+3) = 24*12 = 288

Problem?

stubborn_d0nkey
04-10-2011, 06:44 PM
yEAH NO TITS

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 06:49 PM
PEMDAS is supposed to eliminate each part of the equation, meaning you get rid of the parenthesis first, meaning you multiply the 2 with the result of the parenthesis.

You said it yourself, you're multiplying the two with the sum of 9 and 3. MULTIPLYING. When you add the 9 and 3, you SIMPLIFY the parenthesis(as you're supposed to.) Shouldn't you do division first since it's dividing first? Last I checked, 2 wasn't in parenthesis. My math teacher would've failed you.

But, like num said, the problem is poorly structured and people will solve it different ways. My way, which eliminates the parenthesis (as you're supposed to) comes up with 2. If it wasn't poorly structured then there wouldn't be 4 damn answers.

Google the answer(It's a calculator btw) and tell me your answer. Let's see who's right. With PEMDAS, it's read as (48/2)*(9+3). You can only get 2 if it was 48/(2(9+3)). Simple shit.

stubborn_d0nkey
04-10-2011, 06:54 PM
You said it yourself, you're multiplying the two with the sum of 9 and 3. MULTIPLYING. When you add the 9 and 3, you SIMPLIFY the parenthesis(as you're supposed to.) Shouldn't you do division first since it's dividing first? Last I checked, 2 wasn't in parenthesis. My math teacher would've failed you.

Google the answer(It's a calculator btw) and tell me your answer. Let's see who's right. With PEMDAS, it's read as (48/2)*(9+3). You can only get 2 if it was 48/(2(9+3)). Simple shit.
You are spelling PEMDAS wrong. It's PEDMAS, at least in your case, since you are putting the D before the M

Now to get back on topic:
http://www.bigsaltydog.com/pictures/nice-tits.jpg

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:00 PM
I see your epic boobs and raise you duct tape

http://i240.photobucket.com/albums/ff288/kaelmastermage/129149282208834198.jpg

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 07:01 PM
@SD: I just realized, lol.

If we take into consideration that division is reciprocal multiplication and put it into the equation, we get:

48*(1/2)(9+3) = 48*(4,5 + 1,5) = 48*6 = 288
OR
= 24*(9+3) = 24*12 = 288

Problem?

Thank you. Seriously, double facepalm at this point.

ACt
04-10-2011, 07:01 PM
Hey guys!! Guys!! I know the answer to a vaguely written out math equation and everyone else to disagrees regardless of math laws is wrong!! Guys guys!! Pay attention to me!!!

Numinous
04-10-2011, 07:04 PM
For the love of Cthulhu, nlb

http://eviljwinter.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/boobs.jpg

It's self explanatory. Leave the math, post boobs. How hard is that?

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:07 PM
It's not boobs, but I am an ass man

http://i240.photobucket.com/albums/ff288/kaelmastermage/129167788550330308.jpg

Although the caption makes me sad :(

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 07:08 PM

Numinous
04-10-2011, 07:14 PM
It's not boobs, but I am an ass man

So you like big butts and you cannot lie?

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 07:15 PM
I mean, what's so important about intangible tits?

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:17 PM
So you like big butts and you cannot lie?

Actually, yes.

Numinous
04-10-2011, 07:20 PM
I mean, what's so important about intangible tits?

What's more pleasant to look at?

This?

http://web.mit.edu/wwmath/calculus/differentiation/polyeq/polyeq03.gif

or this?

http://perfectbutt.com/pics/JUF398.jpg

I think the answer is obvious.

stubborn_d0nkey
04-10-2011, 07:21 PM
Dont go bashin maths!!
http://images.t-nation.com/forum_images/fullSize/f/2/f2619_ORIG-triangle_life_time_cleavage_geometry_sid e_boob_demotivational_poster_1236595835. jpg

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 07:22 PM
It's not boobs, but I am an ass man
http://i240.photobucket.com/albums/ff288/kaelmastermage/129167788550330308.jpg

this is for nlb

http://i54.tinypic.com/atoepk.jpg

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:23 PM
Num, you're making it really difficult to concentrate on the homework I've been putting off all weekend >_>

stubborn_d0nkey
04-10-2011, 07:25 PM
Num, you're making it really difficult to concentrate on the homework I've been putting off all weekend >_>

http://questionabletopic.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/distractions.jpg

Numinous
04-10-2011, 07:26 PM
@ sd: That's geometry, not pure maths, because geometry is lots of fun...

http://salestores.com/stores/images/images_747/2654.jpg

Edit: @ kael, I'm on a writer's block and my gf is away for the time, so I have to distract myself.

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:27 PM
http://questionabletopic.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/distractions.jpg

...exactly. And that top is like half an inch from wardrobe malfunction....dammit.

Kina
04-10-2011, 07:29 PM
I have that problem. ; . ;

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:30 PM
I have that problem. ; . ;

I see no real problem with it >_>

Edit: @ kael, I'm on a writer's block and my gf is away for the time, so I have to distract myself.

I need to study for a quiz tomorrow and you're not helping.

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 07:31 PM
What's more pleasant to look at?

This?

http://web.mit.edu/wwmath/calculus/differentiation/polyeq/polyeq03.gif

or this?

http://perfectbutt.com/pics/JUF398.jpg

I think the answer is obvious.

The first one. Math makes the world go 'round.

AniMeFaN, you're not funny.

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 07:32 PM
The first one. Math makes the world go 'round.

AniMeFaN, you're not funny.

come out of the closet, you arent strait

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:34 PM
The first one. Math makes the world go 'round.

I fear for your future with women.

AniMeFaN, you're not funny.

2 out of 3 calculators say you're wrong.

Now, back to our regularly scheduled T&A.

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 07:36 PM
for kael

http://img801.imageshack.us/img801/6210/spnx17.jpg

Numinous
04-10-2011, 07:36 PM
I need to study for a quiz tomorrow and you're not helping.

You know that only encourages me further, right? Just Kiddin'. Maybe I'll make more trivia material for my manga, like the maps I posted to have something for an update when I can't post a chapter.

The first one. Math makes the world go 'round.

Dude, if you had the math classes I had in college, you'd wash your mouth with soap, bleach and toluene after saying that.

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:39 PM
You know that only encourages me further, right? Just Kiddin'. Maybe I'll make more trivia material for my manga, like the maps I posted to have something for an update when I can't post a chapter.

I know it encourages you. I could make it easier on myself and just close Chrome, but I know I'll be back on in like 5 minutes so it's really my own damn fault.

Dude, if you had the math classes I had in college, you'd wash your mouth with soap, bleach and toluene after saying that.

And the classes I'm going to be taking when I make my switch to physics. Not looking forward to Calculus 1 and 2, Vector Calculus and Complex Variables, Multivariate Calculus and Matrix Algebra, or Differential Equations and Linear Algebra.

Numinous
04-10-2011, 07:44 PM
And the classes I'm going to be taking when I make my switch to physics. Not looking forward to Calculus 1 and 2, Vector Calculus and Complex Variables, Multivariate Calculus and Matrix Algebra, or Differential Equations and Linear Algebra.

Holy shit, Batman, when I thought my Statistics 1 and 2, Biophysics 1 and 2 and Quimiobiophysics 1 and 2 were bad enough...

kael03
04-10-2011, 07:49 PM
Holy shit, Batman, when I thought my Statistics 1 and 2, Biophysics 1 and 2 and Quimiobiophysics 1 and 2 were bad enough...

That's just the math portion. I have 2 general physics classes with labs, 2 general chem classes (technically 1 since I took one for a gen ed already) with labs, Introductory Modem Physics, Electronics, Waves and Optics, Analytical Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory, Electromagnetism, AND Quantum Mechanics with lab (the lab is my Baccalaureate writing class). I also have to take a computer programming course, but that's not that bad (I took one my sophomore year of high school). All of which sound fun as hell, but holy fuck I'm going to go insane if I don't figure out how to balance them with other classes for an Astronomy minor

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 07:49 PM
I fear for your future with women.

I know how to and do speak with women. That's all you need to know, so I'm good for now.

2 out of 3 calculators say you're wrong.

I like how you came back and didn't tell me what google said. So I googled myself and got 288. The TI-86 calculator>those other two calculators since it's later. So two later version calculators say I'm right and two earlier calculators say I'm wrong. I tend to believe the more improved ones.

Now, back to our regularly scheduled T&A.

stubborn_d0nkey
04-10-2011, 07:50 PM
arrghhhhhhttp://img156.imageshack.us/img156/2043/eulerboobs.jpg

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 08:04 PM
Dude, if you had the math classes I had in college, you'd wash your mouth with soap, bleach and toluene after saying that.

What would that be? My guidance counselor put me in pre-calc this year(No choice) since I was a freshman at the time and couldn't choose my class. This year, I'm a sophmore and learned about matrices, imaginary graphs, polar forms, hyperbolas, parabolas, ellipses and whatnot and should be taking AP Calculus AB(I think it's AB, is there a such thing?) next year if they don't force me into statistics next year(Better not.) So far, math is easy. But I'll my breath until next year. Can't comment on it without taking it, right?

OT: if the girls were hot then I'll probably ignore the math.

Numinous
04-10-2011, 08:15 PM
@ kael: I don't know if Psychology has lab classes, but you better enjoy those new Physics and Chemistry lab classes. Pro tip: always come prepared with good cheats for the reports, it'll save you a lot of trouble.

But so little lab classes? I had a ton of them: the chemistry side has Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Analytic Chemistry, Food and Nutrition Chemistry, Biochemistry & Biophysics, Bioniorganic Chemistry & Quimiobiophysics; the biology side has Animal Physiology, Plant Physiology, Histology, Animal Physiology & Biophysics, Microbiology, Toxicology, Molecular Biology.

Good thing I like labs, or else I'd go nuts.

What would that be? My guidance counselor put me in pre-calc this year(No choice) since I was a freshman at the time and couldn't choose my class. This year, I'm a sophmore and learned about matrices, imaginary graphs, polar forms, hyperbolas, parabolas, ellipses and whatnot and should be taking AP Calculus AB(I think it's AB, is there a such thing?) next year if they don't force me into statistics next year(Better not.) So far, math is easy.Meh, that's easy indeed. When you have to go to exams with 100+ pages of mathematical tables for statistical distribution (like Poisson and others) and start to calculate the metabolism of living organisms considering a humongous amount of factors, from area & volume to each metabolic process (and we have to bring the metabolic map to the exams... which big enough to cover a bedroom wall), then you'll be thankful for easy shenanigans like matrices and graphs.

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 08:19 PM
But, I don't have to take it since I'm going(hopefully) into Computer Science. :D

kael03
04-10-2011, 08:20 PM
@ kael: I don't know if Psychology has lab classes, but you better enjoy those new Physics and Chemistry lab classes. Pro tip: always come prepared with good cheats for the reports, it'll save you a lot of trouble.

But so little lab classes? I had a ton of them: the chemistry side has Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Analytic Chemistry, Food and Nutrition Chemistry, Biochemistry & Biophysics, Bioniorganic Chemistry & Quimiobiophysics; the biology side has Animal Physiology, Plant Physiology, Histology, Animal Physiology & Biophysics, Microbiology, Toxicology, Molecular Biology.

Good thing I like labs, or else I'd go nuts.

Only 2 of my classes in Psychology have a lab. Concepts of Behavior Analysis has a rat lab involving the Skinner box and I consider my Practicum a lab because I'll be working with an autistic child 5 days a week for 2 hours a day.

But for physics, I counted 5 labs, one of which is titled "Advanced Lab". The other classes seem to be just theory and equations. I don't know if they have a lab, or are a lab in and of themselves. And those classes I listed are just for a Bachelor's. I have no clue what I'm looking at for Graduate School lab work other than a lot.

But, I don't have to take it since I'm going(hopefully) into Computer Science. :D

You have to take a shitload of math classes for that. At my school you need Calc 1 and 2, Discrete Structures, Elementary Linear Algebra, and Statistical Methods for a Bachelors in General Computer Sciences.

Miburo
04-10-2011, 08:28 PM
Sup faggots.

Current celebrity crush:

http://images2.fanpop.com/images/photos/7200000/Summer-Glau-Tyler-Shields-Photoshoot-summer-glau-7274751-570-798.jpg

Continue whatever gay discussion you were having.

Numinous
04-10-2011, 08:43 PM
Concepts of Behavior Analysis has a rat lab involving the Skinner box

Animal Physiology & Biophysics has various experiments with rats, rabbits and frogs. My favorite of each animal is putting the rats in a chamber and gas them with carbon monoxide to measure the affinity of it with hemoglobin compared to oxygen (fate of the rats= death by carbon monoxide poisoning); injecting the rabbits with hormones to see how they affect sugar levels in the blood (fate of the rabbits= death by overdose); and collecting the sciatic nerve of frogs to measure their reaction to electric impulses (fate of the frogs= death by a good smack in the table... we don't need the brain anyway...). Murdering defenseless animals for the sake of science ftw!

kael03
04-10-2011, 08:45 PM
We didn't do that, all we did was make them press a lever to get some water. The only difference between experiments was different stimuli to get them to press the lever with, mostly a light. It was kinda boring but kinda fun at the same time.

Numinous
04-10-2011, 08:56 PM
We didn't do that, all we did was make them press a lever to get some water. The only difference between experiments was different stimuli to get them to press the lever with, mostly a light. It was kinda boring but kinda fun at the same time.

And no rat killing? I am disappointed! Kidding, I know it's to observe behavior, not to make tests on them (although it would be fun if you had a bioluminescent rat to see how that abnormal characteristic would reflect on its behavior and its relationship with the others... and green glowing rats are always cool).

OG
04-10-2011, 09:03 PM
Sup faggots.

Current celebrity crush:

http://images2.fanpop.com/images/photos/7200000/Summer-Glau-Tyler-Shields-Photoshoot-summer-glau-7274751-570-798.jpg

Continue whatever gay discussion you were having.
i dont have a celeb crush, but

if i were teh gayz, dis oneeee

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 09:07 PM
http://images2.fanpop.com/images/photos/7200000/Summer-Glau-Tyler-Shields-Photoshoot-summer-glau-7274751-570-798.jpg

Tyler Shields(that's her name, right?) is good enough(rate, 6-7), I guess. =/

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 09:09 PM
good taste OG

BoyThisIsAwkward
04-10-2011, 09:14 PM

kael03
04-10-2011, 09:21 PM
Tyler Shields(that's her name, right?) is good enough(rate, 6-7), I guess. =/

It's Summer Glau (of Firefly and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles). It's in the link for the picture. And I would give her more than a 7.

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 09:24 PM
It's Summer Glau (of Firefly and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles). It's in the link for the picture. And I would give her more than a 7.

i donno man, doesnt look like she has curves and here face isnt the greatest either. if higher not by much

kael03
04-10-2011, 09:30 PM
i donno man, doesnt look like she has curves and here face isnt the greatest either. if higher not by much

You've apparently never watched Serenity. Curves have nothing on what she can do with her body.

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 09:33 PM
You've apparently never watched Serenity. Curves have nothing on what she can do with her body.

you are right, i havent even heard of it. im going strictly by the picture. i will take your word for it.

kael03
04-10-2011, 09:35 PM
you are right, i havent even heard of it. im going strictly by the picture. i will take your word for it.

And you wonder why people don't take you seriously... aside from the usual bullshit.

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 09:37 PM
And you wonder why people don't take you seriously... aside from the usual bullshit.

because i have never seen serenity and i dont know who that girl is lol

kael03
04-10-2011, 09:54 PM
because i have never seen serenity and i dont know who that girl is lol

And you wonder why people don't take you seriously... aside from the usual bullshit.

AniMeFaN
04-10-2011, 10:06 PM
yea summer glau is just added to it lol

Vanity
04-10-2011, 10:17 PM
I don't think not knowing/being into Summer Glau is stupid. O_0

ninjalostboy95
04-10-2011, 10:19 PM
It's Summer Glau (of Firefly and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles). It's in the link for the picture. And I would give her more than a 7.

Nah. Face isn't an eye sore and not an eye candy either, just in the middle. Body not so much either. Though, what would you rate her anyway?

Shrike
04-10-2011, 10:26 PM
Too late to post hot chicks :S
But I have to.
Well, not into celebrity kind of thing. Thought of posting gf since she has massive tits, but she doesn't approve. I am more of an ass man anyway, and most of my women didn't have big tits.
Like this.
http://img99.imageshack.us/img99/1722/lilytenue9.jpg

kael03
04-10-2011, 10:33 PM
Nah. Face isn't an eye sore and not an eye candy either, just in the middle. Body not so much either. Though, what would you rate her anyway?

With the agility she pulled during Serenity I would give her between an 8 and 9.

@Van: I don't think not knowing about her is necessarily stupid, but it doesn't help Animefan's recent streak.

Miburo
04-10-2011, 10:41 PM
Your opinions are irrelevant, baby blues of questionable tastes. I'd say moar hawt ballerina chicks for me, but it's not like you'd be getting any even if you were into them. Fuck yeah. :cool:

Vanity
04-10-2011, 10:43 PM
Come nooow. Ignorance is hardly stupidity =p

I'd give her a 7. She'd be a 6 but she's all dancey and shit- Being a Ballerina and all that other crap she's good at.

Jaxon
04-10-2011, 11:26 PM

Miburo
04-10-2011, 11:34 PM
A six based solely on attractiveness? On a 1-10 scale? That's crazy. Because a 1 would have to be some sort of retarded wolf-man hairy, disgusting jabba hobbit hybrid creature. While a 10 would be some sort of goddess of all things hawt. She's definitely vastly more attractive than a werejobbitard, and much closer to goddess level. So being about average makes no logical sense either.

I know this shit is mostly just personal preference. But come on, she's much, much hawter than your average chick. Unless you're 1-10 scale is based on very odd preferences. Which, if so, should be stated to avoid any sort of confusion. Like, if we were rating food and you had weird tastes you should say "I'd give bacon a 5. It's nothing special. It should be noted, however, that I enjoy the taste of my own feces straight from my ass." 1-10 scale shouldn't be purely personal preference is what I'm saying here. Otherwise a 10 could be anything from this:

to this:

http://images.newfaces.com/userimages/big/chogan4831-chogan4831-aa7a.jpg

tl;dr- You noobs are fucking up the 1-10 hawtness scale. Knock it off.

Edit: Second pic is an actual ten.

kluang
04-11-2011, 12:04 AM
And the classes I'm going to be taking when I make my switch to physics. Not looking forward to Calculus 1 and 2, Vector Calculus and Complex Variables, Multivariate Calculus and Matrix Algebra, or Differential Equations and Linear Algebra

Who the fuck use those in real life?

kael03
04-11-2011, 12:06 AM
Who the fuck use those in real life?

You apparently haven't seen some of the equations used in calculating the mass of celestial bodies.

ninjalostboy95
04-11-2011, 12:09 AM
A six based solely on attractiveness? On a 1-10 scale? That's crazy. Because a 1 would have to be some sort of retarded wolf-man hairy, disgusting jabba hobbit hybrid creature. While a 10 would be some sort of goddess of all things hawt. She's definitely vastly more attractive than a werejobbitard, and much closer to goddess level. So being about average makes no logical sense either.

I know this shit is mostly just personal preference. But come on, she's much, much hawter than your average chick. Unless you're 1-10 scale is based on very odd preferences. Which, if so, should be stated to avoid any sort of confusion.

still 6-7 based solely on attractiveness. Doesn't mean she's not attractive. My 6 is probably like a 8 or 9 on your scale =/. I'm very picky, I guess.

kluang
04-11-2011, 12:14 AM
Sup faggots.

Current celebrity crush:

http://images2.fanpop.com/images/photos/7200000/Summer-Glau-Tyler-Shields-Photoshoot-summer-glau-7274751-570-798.jpg

Continue whatever gay discussion you were having.

I once have a crush with jessica alba. then she got married and broke my heart

JESSICA ALBA BROKE MY HEAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRT!!!!!!!!!!!!

You apparently haven't seen some of the equations used in calculating the mass of celestial bodies.

three pages long and the answer is infinity?

kael03
04-11-2011, 12:15 AM
three pages long and the answer is infinity?

You're half right. I'll leave you to determine which half.

Vanity
04-11-2011, 12:31 AM
A six based solely on attractiveness? On a 1-10 scale? That's crazy. Because a 1 would have to be some sort of retarded wolf-man hairy, disgusting jabba hobbit hybrid creature. While a 10 would be some sort of goddess of all things hawt. She's definitely vastly more attractive than a werejobbitard, and much closer to goddess level. So being about average makes no logical sense either.

I know this shit is mostly just personal preference. But come on, she's much, much hawter than your average chick. Unless you're 1-10 scale is based on very odd preferences. Which, if so, should be stated to avoid any sort of confusion. Like, if we were rating food and you had weird tastes you should say "I'd give bacon a 5. It's nothing special. It should be noted, however, that I enjoy the taste of my own feces straight from my ass." 1-10 scale shouldn't be purely personal preference is what I'm saying here.

I don't like... what would they call it? Concave facial structures? Shape of your face is something I'd factor into what I'd consider attractive. o.o

Besides, how else would we measure something that is preference without us all grouping up together and creating a consensus on what each level would have to be? That'd take way too long =[ I think you're just not as picky as some of us <_<

Miburo
04-11-2011, 01:47 AM
I don't like... what would they call it? Concave facial structures? Shape of your face is something I'd factor into what I'd consider attractive. o.o

Besides, how else would we measure something that is preference without us all grouping up together and creating a consensus on what each level would have to be? That'd take way too long =[ I think you're just not as picky as some of us <_<

Concave? Aw, come on. No way. It's probably just her...defined jawline...and perfect-for-headbutting-people forehead that makes you say that. = /

But you're right. I do excel at seeing the beauty in others. Man, I'm awesome. = )

Marlboro
04-11-2011, 03:03 AM
OT: if the girls were hot then I'll probably ignore the math.
.___.

OT: My, latest, celebrity crush would be Kate Beckinsale:

http://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee449/Mugiwara1234/Kate-Beckinsale3.jpg
For obvious reasons :D.. Underworld FTW!

OG
04-11-2011, 05:12 AM
And the classes I'm going to be taking when I make my switch to physics. Not looking forward to Calculus 1 and 2, Vector Calculus and Complex Variables, Multivariate Calculus and Matrix Algebra, or Differential Equations and Linear Algebra.
i need the same ones, all except complex, dont need that.

ive taken all except differential equations, so just one mo then yayyyy no mo mathz classez for meeee XD

Vanity
04-11-2011, 05:38 AM
Concave? Aw, come on. No way. It's probably just her...defined jawline...and perfect-for-headbutting-people forehead that makes you say that. = /

But you're right. I do excel at seeing the beauty in others. Man, I'm awesome. = )

Concaaaaave <3 They're not bad, I just don't like them.

Marlboro
04-11-2011, 07:09 AM
Thank you <3

AniMeFaN
04-11-2011, 07:48 AM
elisha cuthbert is def one of my celeb crushes, anyone ever see the girl next door?

Marlboro
04-11-2011, 07:57 AM
Yeah, I've seen it. And you honestly gave a bad example for a movie that she was in. For me, she didn't look that great in that particular movie. Although, I gotta admit, she is smokin'.

On another note - I am starting to receive a hell of a lot of set making requests from the members over at MStream. I made a couple so far for two guys:
http://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee449/Mugiwara1234/Untitled-1zambo.png

http://i1228.photobucket.com/albums/ee449/Mugiwara1234/Untitled-1gintoki.png

OG
04-11-2011, 10:07 AM
oh boy >.>....................

kluang
04-11-2011, 10:07 AM
Only in Japan

http://www.gizmodiva.com/entry_images/1009/20/pudding_cups.jpg

you have to unhook the anime girl's bra

to eat pudding

I love that country.

OG
04-11-2011, 10:13 AM
lol the pudding color is even close to skin colorz XD

Miburo
04-11-2011, 01:20 PM
Concaaaaave <3 They're not bad, I just don't like them.

-_-

Eh, after looking at side view pictures, I can kinda see where the concaveness stance might have some merit. I guess. = ( She's still an adorable, elegant flower though!

Your chick has slightly better facial proportions, I suppose. But my chick could kick your chick's ass. And, in the end, that's what is really important anyway. <3

Demi-God
04-11-2011, 01:24 PM
Two by two, hands of blue

OG
04-11-2011, 01:29 PM
van- she sooooooooo got drag queen eyebrows. XD

ACt
04-11-2011, 01:52 PM
Your chick has slightly better facial proportions, I suppose. But my chick could kick your chick's ass. And, in the end, that's what is really important anyway. <3

Is it? OK then:

manta
04-11-2011, 01:55 PM
My celeb crush is this goddess:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_T4z1UtEkF_A/S_6pOIMYr8I/AAAAAAAACS8/DNl7YX2KEv0/s1600/shakira_005.jpg

With her moves goddamn I can get her pregnant from 7ft.

Miburo
04-11-2011, 02:45 PM
Is it? OK then:

I see your jacked chick, and raise you

http://en.susumug.com/shooto/071108/susumu08.jpg

Holy shit (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJjZa5CXoWM), I posted this video at least four times on this board now.

Mal
04-11-2011, 04:51 PM
And the classes I'm going to be taking when I make my switch to physics. Not looking forward to Calculus 1 and 2, Vector Calculus and Complex Variables, Multivariate Calculus and Matrix Algebra, or Differential Equations and Linear Algebra.Good thing at least the last two are fairly easy.

Sup faggots.

Current celebrity crush:

http://images2.fanpop.com/images/photos/7200000/Summer-Glau-Tyler-Shields-Photoshoot-summer-glau-7274751-570-798.jpgFuck yeeeeaaaaahhhhh Summer Glau. Fucking adorable. Her and Kristen Bell are two of my favourite celebrities ever.

kluang
04-12-2011, 01:12 AM
One day, all of you shall be mine

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 03:06 AM
Sharing is caring Kluang.

kluang
04-12-2011, 03:49 AM
Sharing is caring Kluang.

No .

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 05:23 AM
Alright, but I'll hold this against ya :p

kluang
04-12-2011, 07:08 AM
Alright, but I'll hold this against ya :p

I need forty female bodyguard when I rule the world.

My trusty no 13 bodyguard

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 08:31 AM
I need forty female bodyguard when I rule the world.

My trusty no 13 bodyguard
You lucky bastard you. But you sure do have taste =D Also, No. 13? Are you assigning them in Claymore order K?

ACt
04-12-2011, 09:57 AM
Some pictures of Ms. Wilde are just unfair to men:
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_9Sqb6Vhazxg/Sjhg0Sj7x1I/AAAAAAAAG8M/244R1IVK3Pw/s400/olivia-wilde_l1.jpg
Honestly now... how many people would you kill?

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 11:33 AM
Olivia Wilde you say?

Nuff said.

Jaxon
04-12-2011, 11:38 AM
No thanks. She looks freakin' bulimic.

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 11:59 AM
Titty wise, I agree. But she didn't reach that anorexic limit yet. She looks hot man, but if it doesn't rock with ya, then it doesn't rock with ya.

OG
04-12-2011, 01:29 PM
even im bigger than her eek x.x

Miburo
04-12-2011, 01:35 PM
Some pictures of Ms. Wilde are just unfair to men:
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_9Sqb6Vhazxg/Sjhg0Sj7x1I/AAAAAAAAG8M/244R1IVK3Pw/s400/olivia-wilde_l1.jpg
Honestly now... how many people would you kill?

I would kill them all.

ACt
04-12-2011, 02:34 PM
No thanks. She looks freakin' bulimic.

All a question of proportion. I mean, put her beside Keira Knightly and she looks almost fat.
http://roflrazzi.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/celebrity-pictures-keira-knightley-holding-dress.jpg

kluang
04-12-2011, 02:52 PM
even im bigger than her eek x.x

Now I'm curious.

Titty wise, I agree. But she didn't reach that anorexic limit yet. She looks hot man, but if it doesn't rock with ya, then it doesn't rock with ya.

I never knew one of anorexic syptoms is the women titty size

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 02:54 PM
I am sure there wouldn't be any complains on this one: Kenda Perez
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_1fwmW31HC9o/TFtgA17MS0I/AAAAAAAABYY/9MHi4jlTLNM/s1600/Kenda-Perez.jpg

@Kluang: Don't be. Curiosity killed the rat.

EDIT 2: Well it decreases your body wight significantly. And titties being a part of a woman's body, they should also decrease I would think.

Mal
04-12-2011, 03:53 PM
The only Olivia for me is Munn.

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 03:56 PM
Would totally bang the first one. The second one, not so much. Nice Tekken outfit though.

Mal
04-12-2011, 04:03 PM
Well they're both the same woman, so I don't know what you're talking about. Besides, would totally bang Munn as Chun Li.

kael03
04-12-2011, 04:08 PM
Would totally bang the first one. The second one, not so much. Nice Tekken outfit though.

Right genre, wrong series/company.

04-12-2011, 04:09 PM
Would totally bang the first one. The second one, not so much. Nice Tekken outfit though.

lol...

Street Fighter.

Marlboro
04-12-2011, 04:14 PM
Well they're both the same woman, so I don't know what you're talking about. Besides, would totally bang Munn as Chun Li.
I am confused. My eyes are starting to fail me. Didn't notice they were the same man. Also, wouldn't bang her as Chun Li cuz I like my dick intact.

Right genre, wrong series/company.

lol...

Street Fighter.
Thanks for the correction guys.

Axiom
04-12-2011, 05:31 PM
Munn would totally get it, but Jon Stewart needs to stop giving her work. I can never forgive what those g4 assholes did to my once illustrious tech channel. Thank god for the twit network.

Jaxon
04-12-2011, 05:34 PM
Munn is another factor in the cancer killing videogames.

Still would, though.

ninjalostboy95
04-12-2011, 07:32 PM
Munn? I think I'll pass. Ms. Wilde? I'll pass there too. Hmmmmm Kluang's no. 13 bodyguard is pretty good looking.

kael03
04-12-2011, 07:36 PM
Munn? I think I'll pass. Ms. Wilde? I'll pass there too. Hmmmmm Kluang's no. 13 bodyguard is pretty good looking.

You do realize that Kluang's no. 13 bodyguard is Olivia Wilde, right? The only reason he listed her as "no. 13" is because she plays "Thirteen" on House (she was candidate 13 when he was recruiting new fellows and it stuck as her nickname).

Miburo
04-12-2011, 10:11 PM
"Nice Tekken outfit"

"I wouldn't bang Olivia Wilde, but I would bang 13."

Hate light blues.

ninjalostboy95
04-12-2011, 11:02 PM
I never said I would bang her, just that she's good looking..........from the side. Kael, I didn't know they were the same person, I'm not into the celeb shit but thanks for telling me. She looks better from the side. I guess. =/

Miburo
04-12-2011, 11:16 PM
Paraphrasing. Odin knows you wouldn't actually want to bang good looking females. Because they're females.

Fag.

ninjalostboy95
04-12-2011, 11:42 PM
Paraphrasing. Odin knows you wouldn't actually want to bang good looking females. Because they're females.

Odin is just a fictional character. Purely imagination.

Fag.

Nope, just higher standards.

kael03
04-12-2011, 11:44 PM
I have a feeling that the self-proclaimed "ultimate nullifier" is about to get bitch slapped by Mibs.

ninjalostboy95
04-12-2011, 11:56 PM
I have a feeling that the self-proclaimed "ultimate nullifier" is about to get bitch slapped by Mibs.

5th grade insults? Really now? <_< The custom title isn't in reference to me or my username, it's something else. You act as if I started this.

kael03
04-12-2011, 11:58 PM
5th grade insults? Really now? <_< The custom title isn't in reference to me or my username, it's something else. You act as if I started this.

Odin is just a fictional character. Purely imagination.

You did .

ninjalostboy95
04-13-2011, 12:02 AM
How ?

kael03
04-13-2011, 12:05 AM
I didn't say it was. I just didn't feel like erasing half of your post for the "You act like I started this" portion.

ninjalostboy95
04-13-2011, 12:11 AM
I didn't say it was. I just didn't feel like erasing half of your post for the "You act like I started this" portion.

Are you blind or some shit? You know I didn't start it. I understand though, you got to stick up for your e-buddy.

kael03
04-13-2011, 12:27 AM
Now who's slinging around 5th grade insults? Seriously you started it because you don't bother to gain information before posting something and you look like a fool when you do it. The pic kluang posted had Olivia Wilde's name in the link if you bothered to take the 5 seconds to quote and read, then google/wikipedia would've brought up information on her that you would've seen her casting in House as Remy "Thirteen" Hadley and you could've then deduced his choice for numbered bodyguard was due to her role in House.

Miburo
04-13-2011, 12:51 AM
Well, I was just joking about hating you guys for your stupid as fuck comments before. But I really do seriously look down upon the pathetic nitpicking straw-grasping reactions of some of the pitiful excuses of males who feel their egos have been damaged by some online jest. Seriously.

"I didnt say it that way, durr hurr wut is paraphrasing odin isnt real lololol yeeeahh im sore = ("

Not really too flattering. Come on.

Odin is just a fictional character. Purely imagination.

Nope, just higher standards.

Chicks have standards too, non-athletic, fluff-stache sporting, below average wits and intelligence kid. Guess who's going to be forever alone unless they lower the bar by a fuckton?

Protip: Not the actress level hawt chicks.

ACt
04-13-2011, 08:05 AM
I think it amusing that internet nobodies will "pass" on famous to pseudo famous women who hotter than they'll ever touch in their life. And have more money. Because they have "standards".

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the general (or normal) standard for the teenage male is "whatever says yes", correct?

Mal
04-13-2011, 08:33 AM
I think even that's a little restrictive.

Kina
04-13-2011, 08:49 AM
NLB is about as homosexual as my ex... Which, as you guy know, was a LOT. I shoulda listened to you guy when you pointed out his lack of manliness. I wanted a man and I got a boy. In comparison, NLB is an infant.

Mal
04-13-2011, 09:06 AM
I was certainly disappoint in Pansey McPeachfuzz. New guy is significantly better.

Nerox
04-13-2011, 09:17 AM
Munn > Wilde.

And what the fuck? Odin fictional?

New guy? Who?

ACt
04-13-2011, 09:44 AM
NLB is about as homosexual as my ex... Which, as you guy know, was a LOT. I shoulda listened to you guy when you pointed out his lack of manliness. I wanted a man and I got a boy. In comparison, NLB is an infant.

I did not know that. You dated an actual in the closet boy or just a girlie man?

Psst nerox - it's that gram-something dude.

Marlboro
04-13-2011, 10:55 AM

Nerox
04-13-2011, 10:59 AM
Psst nerox - it's that gram-something dude.

Ah, Kinas dude. Check.

Miburo
04-13-2011, 11:17 AM
Yeah, I like the new guy. Really disliked old guy, even though my only interaction with him ever was seeing a pic of him. He had quite the aura of unmanliness.

Marlboro
04-13-2011, 11:40 AM
Yeah, I like the new guy. Really disliked old guy, even though my only interaction with him ever was seeing a pic of him. He had quite the aura of unmanliness.
I understand who the new guy is. But I am unaware of the old guy, Care to enlighten Mibs?

Miburo
04-13-2011, 11:41 AM
Nope .

Marlboro
04-13-2011, 11:46 AM
I hate you.

Nerox
04-13-2011, 01:04 PM
A hint: old guy has a fluffy 'stache.

Shrike
04-13-2011, 01:35 PM
This thread has gotten a tiny bit better.

Kina
04-13-2011, 02:13 PM
I was certainly disappoint in Pansey McPeachfuzz. New guy is significantly better.
Bad move on my part, yeah.

I did not know that. You dated an actual in the closet boy or just a girlie man?

Psst nerox - it's that gram-something dude.
He was just a girly man. We were together a year and he didn't want to have sex. Jon is convinced he's a fag. I'm inclined to agree.

A hint: old guy has a fluffy 'stache.
My man now can grow a sweet beard. But he keeps shaving it because its not comfortable for him. Which makes me sad, but he always leaves a little stubble. Lol

Shrike
04-13-2011, 02:22 PM
I think it amusing that internet nobodies will "pass" on famous to pseudo famous women who hotter than they'll ever touch in their life. And have more money. Because they have "standards".

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the general (or normal) standard for the teenage male is "whatever says yes", correct?

I was quite picky when I was younger. I am even now, but far less so. But sure, there were some chicks who were like, not that attractive to me, but when they showed their tits, penis said yes. Motherfucker betrayed me.

The conclusion of the story is that NLB doesn't get any tits showed.

kael03
04-13-2011, 02:29 PM
but when they showed their tits, penis said yes. Motherfucker betrayed me.

Robin Williams said it best "Man has a penis and a brain, but only enough blood to run one at a time".

kluang
04-13-2011, 02:30 PM

Numinous
04-13-2011, 02:46 PM
We were together a year and he didn't want to have sex.

... what? There's shyness and there's not wanting to drink of that water, and after circa 3 months without wanting it, the latter is obvious, much more with an whole year.

Jon is convinced he's a fag. I'm inclined to agree.

Seconded.

Robin Williams said it best "Man has a penis and a brain, but only enough blood to run one at a time".

Or the Portuguese saying "When the head rises, the rest of the body follows." Hallelujah for innuendos!

Ninja48
04-13-2011, 02:55 PM
>see thread is a million pages
>read "We were together a year and he didn't want to have sex." quoted from Kina
>what the hell just happened

Miburo
04-13-2011, 03:00 PM
Fuck yeah, 48.

ACt
04-13-2011, 03:52 PM
Robin Williams said it best "Man has a penis and a brain, but only enough blood to run one at a time".

I'm glad I don't take advice from Robin Williams. I don't know what the rest of you do, but I generally think of a whole pile of things... you know... for the wife's benefit.

Maybe I just have more blood...

Miburo
04-13-2011, 05:23 PM
Or your dong just doesn't need a lot of blood. Har har! ; ]

ACt
04-13-2011, 05:49 PM
Anyone else, I'd have thought mean things...

ninjalostboy95
04-13-2011, 07:28 PM
Wow, everyone hopped on my dick.

But I really do seriously look down upon the pathetic nitpicking straw-grasping reactions of some of the pitiful excuses of males who feel their egos have been damaged by some online jest. Seriously.

"I didnt say it that way, durr hurr wut is paraphrasing odin isnt real lololol yeeeahh im sore = ("

How am I sore? I was just telling you that I never said I would bang her because I didn't.

Chicks have standards too, non-athletic, fluff-stache sporting, below average wits and intelligence kid.

This guy said I am below average intelligence. =( How am I non-athletic though?

Guess who's going to be forever alone unless they lower the bar by a fuckton?

Me? Nah.

Protip: Not the actress level hawt chicks.

It isn't a protip if you aren't good at it yourself.

ACt
04-13-2011, 07:32 PM
^ You are odd. I think the meaning of most posts after yours was that nothing was hopping on your dick... how did you get anything else from that?

...

You aren't taking KYF lessons are you?