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Top Ten Obscure Math Theorems
The mass of a chocolate brownie increases infinitely until it reaches your thighs.
The Axiom of Choices: In a test situation, given a choice between two possible answers, you will randomly select the wrong one more than half the time.
Golf scores are proportional to the amount of people present.
The sum of the police officer's dimensions (height, width, and breadth) in inches is equal to the number of donuts he can eat in a period of 30 minutes.
The Mathematic Law of Choosing the Sesame Street Number of the Day
Given any theorem of mathematics, there exists a theorem more obscure than that theorem.
The Al Gore Algorithm - The act of performing a mathematical calculation over and over again until you get the results you want
It is impossible to divide a Chocolate-cookie-shaped object into two equally sized parts, if you have two children.
The pick-up-line theorum: The amount of pick-up lines said is always equal to the number of black-eyes recieved.
McPi are Squared: The equation used by Mcdonalds to assure that cherry pies fit into the box
(The Lizard Queen)
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