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Top Ten Ways to Insult Your Friends with Mathematics: Top Ten List: Ways to insult your friends using mathematics
Posted by Douglas, May 4, 2010. 1878 views. ID = 3539

Top Ten Ways to Insult Your Friends with Mathematics

Posted by Douglas, May 4, 2010. 1878 views. ID = 3539
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came up with this during study hall today. Yep, I was bored. :P
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10. You're obtuse.
9. You're not normal.
8. You're so negative.
7. You’re not natural.
6. You’re so irrational.
5. You’re the limit.
4. You're past your prime.
3. You’re way off base.
2. You’re such a square.
1. Your friends are all imaginary.


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Laura
May 5, 2010
So if these are ways to insult your friends, and you say #1 to one of them... what are you really saying about yourself?
   ~Posted by Laura, May 5, 2010

Douglas
May 5, 2010
Once again, I bow to your superior intellect, friend. ;)
   ~Posted by Douglas, May 5, 2010

Maine Character
May 6, 2010
Wow Doug, wow. I thought about these and decided that I would be hurt by most of them. :( Also, could you explain #1?
   ~Posted by Maine Character, May 6, 2010

Douglas
May 6, 2010
An obtuse triangle is a triangle which has one angle bigger than 90 degrees.

If I say you're obtuse, that means you're kind of slow, and you don't really figure things out too easily.
   ~Posted by Douglas, May 6, 2010



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