Sunday, May 25, 2008

Not many math jokes out there, OR, While Writing on the Chalkboard Monologue

2 and 2 were tired of making four. They’d read some George Orwell, and he expanded their horizons. They could make five. They could make ten with the right press agent. And with Calculas, they could equal letters. 2 + 2 could equal A. They could equal A(B). Or C((A)B). They could even equal A^2, which felt almost naughty. One night they got drunk and equaled F((U)C+K). They were almost fired from Algebra for that.

1 comment:

  1. *dies laughing*
    For so many reasons, so very wonderful.


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