Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Fractions

{We interrupt today's Blog of Morality for this special update!}

So I've discovered that it's not so much math that I dislike so much as fractions in assorted math problems. I have a theory as to why:

I'm a greedy cunt!

I loathe fractions because I don't want part of something. I want the whole damn thing dammit!

*grumbles muchly*


I wonder if I could get away with writing something like

"I refuse to acknowledge the following questions (1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20 and 21) due to the inclusion of fractions. I find fractions offensive because I'm a greedy cunt. When you have fixed this issue in a satisfactory manner that no longer offends this particularly greedy cunt I will be happily answer questions 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20 and 21. Thank you - Da Bitch"

on tomorrows exam without my instructor having a heart attack? Definitely worth pondering.


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5 comments:

phoenix said...

Could work....or not. Let me know what happens after your prof stops laughing.

Tempestuous said...

Oh I'm fairly certain it would kill her as soon as she got to the word cunt, since she turned colours twice the last time I cussed without thinking. (Seriously, she went straight through all the colours once and back through them again before settling on crimson the day she called on me unexpectedly and I said "Shit fuck, what was the question?" .. she hasn't called on me unexpectedly since then. *ponders that*)

Sapphire said...

you know. sometimes, when you add fractions, you end up with more than one whole thing. and that can counteract your reasoning.

phoenix said...

You know you may just have hit on the way to avoid EVER being called on. You should try it with your other profs - well except your Psych prof who would probably catch on.

*thinks about all the pretty colors*

Sapphire said...

or, she'd get called on every time. for spite.

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