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(Original post by MrSpanky)
A quotation to rule the nation;

"money money money, root of all evil"

Women = time x money
time = money
Women = money^2
root of money is evil

thus

women = evil
I beg to differ.

Men need time in order to have money and sex with women.

--> men = time x money x women x sex

As we all know, time is money

--> time = money

Therefore,

--> men = money x money x women x sex

We know that men want as many women as possible, in order to have as much sex as possible.

--> women = sex

You say that us women are evil. Hence,

--> (women =) sex = evil

Thus,

--> men = money^2 x evil x evil
= money^2 x evil^2


As money is the root of all evil

--> money = sqrroot(evil)
money^2 = evil


Substitute in, and

--> men = evil x evil^2
= evil^3


You claim that women = evil

But we are forced to conclude that men are in fact = evil^3

What a shame.
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(Original post by vibrantcarousel)
We know that men want as many women as possible, in order to have as much sex as possible.

--> women = sex
But this is where your theorem falls down, since this is simply untrue.
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(Original post by bikerx23)
But this is where your theorem falls down, since this is simply untrue.
But this is where your criticism of my theorem falls down, as I believe we speak theoretically. I know I do.

I could similarly argue that

Women =/= time x money

And claim, in a overly-stereotypical fashion, that

Women = time x money x malibu x sex x PMS x chocolate x chocolate x chocolate x emotions x chick flicks etc...

But I didn't.

PS. Women are always right. Watch and learn.

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(Original post by vibrantcarousel)



PS. Women are always right. Watch and learn.

Proof by counter-example/contradiction anyone?
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Its fantastic when in making their point they also disprove it...
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Proof by counter-example/contradiction anyone?
women = sex

not necessarily true, especially if you putt from the ruff.
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(Original post by bikerx23)
Its fantastic when in making their point they also disprove it...
I'll assume that you refer to me when you say "they".

I wasn't making or disproving a point, honey. I was merely commenting on the fact that I didn't piss on Spanky's fireworks by ripping apart bits of his little equations, whilst you felt the need to harp on (ie, not just mention once lightly) about how my theorem was flawed. Sigh. Try making a joke instead?

I was jesting. Think about it. Don't hurt yourself

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Spanky - I happen to be unfamiliar with the term "putt in the ruff". Pray explain? Well, unless it's one of those terms where ignorance is bliss.
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Gents, Ladies, I dare say this society of wit is nothing more than a facade for a deliciously self-indulgent grouping of self styled philosophe-mathematicians who wish nothing more than to tinker with their equations and outlandish postulates endlessly. True 'Wit' is best served with one's own briar, a 1785 chablis and a selection of canapes served by one's tebetan house boy. Let us not forget that the masters of wit, Oscar Wilde, Voltaire, and even the contempary wit-master himself, Steven Fry loved wit for wits sake and precious little else other than the occaisonal parisian style absinthe.
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Gents, Ladies, I dare say this society of wit is nothing more than a facade for a deliciously self-indulgent grouping of self styled philosophe-mathematicians who wish nothing more than to tinker with their equations and outlandish postulates endlessly. True 'Wit' is best served with one's own briar, a 1785 chablis and a selection of canapes served by one's tebetan house boy. Let us not forget that the masters of wit, Oscar Wilde, Voltaire, and even the contempary wit-master himself, Steven Fry loved wit for wits sake and precious little else other than the occaisonal parisian style absinthe.
You're no Profesh, stop trying to be.
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(Original post by cuth)
Gents, Ladies, I dare say this society of wit is nothing more than a facade for a deliciously self-indulgent grouping of self styled philosophe-mathematicians who wish nothing more than to tinker with their equations and outlandish postulates endlessly. True 'Wit' is best served with one's own briar, a 1785 chablis and a selection of canapes served by one's tebetan house boy. Let us not forget that the masters of wit, Oscar Wilde, Voltaire, and even the contempary wit-master himself, Steven Fry loved wit for wits sake and precious little else other than the occaisonal parisian style absinthe.

*Tries to refrain...*

It's tibetan.

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In case you're interested,
(and in case of course, by some bizarre typing accident, you actually meant "Teton"..)

Te·ton
n. pl. Teton or Te·tons In both senses also called Lakota, Teton Dakota, Teton Sioux.

1) The largest and westernmost of the Sioux peoples, made up of seven groups including the Oglala, Hunkpapa, Brul and Miniconjou. The Teton became nomadic buffalo hunters after migrating westward in the 18th century and figured prominently in the resistance to white encroachment on the northern Great Plains.

2) A member of this people.

(.. in which case, my word, you ARE a knowledgeable bean)
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Parisian absinthe, also, was not the delicacy of choice in those times, since the same drink derived from Czechoslovakia is of a much higher pedigree.
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(Original post by vibrantcarousel)
I was merely commenting on the fact that I didn't piss on Spanky's fireworks by ripping apart bits of his little equations
I have fireworks? I have fireworks!!! yay

(Original post by vibrantcarousel)
Spanky - I happen to be unfamiliar with the term "putt in the ruff". Pray explain? Well, unless it's one of those terms where ignorance is bliss.
putt from the ruff : the guy is gay.

In similar fashion to the term "drives on the wrong side of the road", the above phrase is a reference to golf, where the guy uses the wrong golf club in the part of the golf course where the grass is long and ruff, hence chances are it's something you wouldn't be familiar with, unless you watched the film "good will hunting", the bit where Matt Damon implies that the psychologist interviewing him is gay.
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Haha, Indeed that has to be the highlight of my life so far - simply witnessing that influenced me into studying law.
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(Original post by bikerx23)
Parisian absinthe, also, was not the delicacy of choice in those times, since the same drink derived from Czechoslovakia is of a much higher pedigree.
Bohemian absinthe, or absinth, as this variety is often called, is not my personal prefrence. The assembly of the full beverage is far too complicated. The leuching effect of parsian style absinthe is very pleasing and is one of the magical elements that attracts me to it.
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Wit Society completes the effortless transition to Decadence Society. Marvellous. Oscar Wilde would be proud.
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Wit Society completes the effortless transition to Decadence Society. Marvellous. Oscar Wilde would be proud.
But apparently he would be happy to overlook SPaG...
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(Original post by bikerx23)
Parisian absinthe, also, was not the delicacy of choice in those times, since the same drink derived from Czechoslovakia is of a much higher pedigree.
Indeed, it must be noted that Parisian absinthe was very much the boisson du choix of the proletariat, being as it was in abundance until it's prohibition in 1915. Even now, it's successor pastis is synonymous with the class of bofs and PMUs who consume it in cafés rather than lead a more productive lifestyle.

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(Original post by Agent Smith)
Wit Society completes the effortless transition to Decadence Society. Marvellous. Oscar Wilde would be proud.
And now it's making a further transition into 'Teenagers Who Boast About Drinking Society.'

Once, I drunk half a bottle of Sebor Absinth.
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Hmm...considering carl and I are 20, and that we were talking about drinking and making jokes at the expense of those who drink excessively, I think you should re-evaluate your analysis.
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