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Jack's Feeling of Rejection
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Being in a class with a number of incredibly stupid people in Calculus makes me realize that they aren't actually stupid, I'm just a super genius. I've taken a few IQ tests, which mean nothing, but they all score me as being super genius material.
But anyway, that was a side note.
My theory is that attraction is like the pythagorean theorem(I don't know how to spell in case that's horribley incorrect). Take your intelligence and sense of humor on a scale of 1 to 10, and your appearance and confidence on a scale of 1 to 10, then square both and add them together. Take the square root of the product, and that's your rating out of a possible 14.1 or something.
Let's take an example: 4 on intelligence, 3 on looks = 4 squared + 3 squared = 16 + 9 = 25(now take the square root). that actually only gives you a 5, which is very low.
I think I'm about a 12.5-13.5. 12.5 before I put on my make-up.
Ow, i'm hot.
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Icon 1 posted October 04, 2003 04:22      Profile for SpikeSpiegel     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
yah who in blazes are you? and why have you taken my job of spamming the boards with pointless crap?

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Icon 1 posted October 04, 2003 13:18      Profile for Xanthine     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Because you weren't doing it Spike. Your posts have actually been of some quality of late. [Razz]

Trig...ugh. One of the beauties of biochem is I don't have to do any trig.

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Icon 1 posted October 04, 2003 14:38      Profile for snupy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I agree with X, even though her once-brilliant brain is clouded by love right now...**barf** [Big Grin]

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Icon 1 posted October 04, 2003 14:50      Profile for Xanthine     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Brilliant mind? Clouded by love? Au contraire, love only added to the fog layer. [Wink] [Razz] [Big Grin]
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Icon 1 posted October 04, 2003 16:05      Profile for SpikeSpiegel     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
thanks for the compliment, i think...... [crazy]

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Icon 1 posted October 04, 2003 17:03      Profile for dragonman97   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
I agree with X, even though her once-brilliant brain is clouded by love right now...**barf** [Big Grin]

What? "Once-brilliant?" I hardly think her brilliance has ever been removed or degraded, and if I in any way were the cause of such a thing, I would feel painfully compelled to step away.

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Icon 1 posted October 04, 2003 17:52      Profile for snupy   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Oh, Dman! Lighten up!!!!!!! I was just KIDDING, hon [Wink] !!!!

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quote:
Ow, i'm hot.
you sure would be, if you expect us all to believe that there are only 3 aspects to every personality. There are a few more varible to account for.

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Luckily, the old pythagorean theorem works with multiple real and/or imaginary dimensions.

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Ewww...I had never really correctly read the topic correctly until now. I thought it said "You know what really pisses me off?" Okay, that's just depraved. I know I like a bunch of numbers, and playing with little mathematical quirkinesses in them, but I don't like them *that* much.

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My theory is that attraction is like the pythagorean theorem(I don't know how to spell in case that's horribley incorrect).

That's funny, you spelled pythagorean right and horribly wrong.

Riemannian Metrization of Unified Manifolds Containing Hyperbolic, Parabolic, and Elliptic Umbilic Catastrophes with Nondifferentiable Sum Components. Now, that is alluring.

(disclaimer: I have no idea what that meant. But it sounded cool.)

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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
I agree with X, even though her once-brilliant brain is clouded by love right now...**barf** [Big Grin]

What? "Once-brilliant?" I hardly think her brilliance has ever been removed or degraded, and if I in any way were the cause of such a thing, I would feel painfully compelled to step away.
I agree with the snupstress. Chill, love. She's joking. I think I made a mushy post somewhere and she decided to play. [Big Grin]

/me hands snupy a paper ketchup cup.
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I know, I just got foolish for a minute. I apologized to the snupstress privately already for my exaggeration, but allow me to do so publicly. Sorry snupy, love does silly things to dragons [Smile] .

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Ahh...young love. [crazy]


Just wait.

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quote:
Originally posted by snupy:
Ahh...young love. [crazy]

Ah, yes - I'd have to concur... young love... soft, tentative kisses, smooth blushing cheeks, delicate whispers on tender skin... skin so enticing, so pure.. and it looks great when you finally get it off and wear it! [Smile]

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Bisecting triangles gets me off. [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by GMx:
Bisecting triangles gets me off. [Smile]

So trisecting triangles must REALLY do it :-D
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quote:
Originally posted by Tut-an-Geek:
quote:
Originally posted by GMx:
Bisecting triangles gets me off. [Smile]

So trisecting triangles must REALLY do it :-D
Don't be obtuse !

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quote:
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So trisecting triangles must REALLY do it :-D

That could also be a rather nasty thing.../me shudders. Stick to your Apples, m4.

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quote:
Originally posted by GMx:
Bisecting triangles gets me off. [Smile]

What is it with guys and lesbians....oh, wait..you said bisecting? OOps..sorry! [Wink]

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Tut-an-Geek:
So trisecting triangles must REALLY do it :-D

That could also be a rather nasty thing.../me shudders. Stick to your Apples, m4.
So now you want me to bisect an apple? [Smile]
But i couldn't eat it! I'm fasting!

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What's wrong with you people? Can't any of you appreciate a decent curve? Now if you don't mind, I'm going to go compute the value of pi *all* *night* *long*.

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Happy New Year m4. You can enjoy that bisected apple today. [Wink]

Curves...
/me flips through her lab notebook
How I wish I had beautiful, well-fit curves...

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I thought you did...*scratches head*...

Oh, in your lab book... [Roll Eyes]

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