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#1 Re: Introductions » yo I'm New » 2006-06-14 01:51:20

Ah.

But what if someone else DOES decide to say that? What then? WHAT!!!
Sorry...

I like to think of things out side the ramen cup... You know, things that are totally out of topic? That's how I am... and why my friends hang out with me!

Really, it's kinda fun...

#2 Re: Jokes » stupid stuff... » 2006-06-13 03:47:54

Ninja 101 wrote:
True. Thank god i live in england.

You lucky person....
(My Algebra teacher lived in England and Scotland before she came to teach in the U.S.A.)

MathAPhobe wrote:
-down with bush! down with bush! down with bush!

Yay verily. (?)

#3 Re: Introductions » yo I'm New » 2006-06-13 03:32:40

Can assure us what?

The fact that nobody else says that?

#4 Re: Maths Is Fun - Suggestions and Comments » Speed Count the Blocks » 2006-06-13 03:30:22

I got 2 wrong and 36 right...

I shouldn't have missed the first one, but I accidentally clicked on it because the person sitting next to me bumped me! Now the second one, I was just plain WRONG!!!

And I don't like being wrong.
swear

(I'm in Algebra right now, cuz it's the end of the school year and we can go on Math websites...tongue)

#5 Re: Maths Teaching Resources » is maths hard? » 2006-06-12 03:41:01

orange said:
but now we have an evil maths teacher and he never smiles

I feel your pain. I had two like that for 6th and 7th grade.... even my MOM didn't like the second one!faint

#6 Re: Introductions » yo I'm New » 2006-06-12 03:32:25

Hello Mads and Vulcan!

I'm new here too, so, I can't tell you much about how this place works, but it's really fun here! I know I'm glad I've joined!

#7 Re: Puzzles and Games » Ninja's Puzzles! » 2006-06-12 03:26:22

Ninja 101 wrote:

ganesh wrote:
My answer to THE EVIL QUESTION:

Xanthopan morgani praedicta is a moth discovered in 1903 in Madagascar.  In his Origin of Species, Darwin described the orchid
Angreacum Sesquipidales. He noted its white, star-like flowers
were only fragrant at night, and that its nectar was to be found at
the bottom of a foot long spur. To others' incredulity, he went on
to predict that, because of these features, it must be polllinated by
an unknown moth with a tongue of approximately the same length as the spur. Sadly Darwin never saw proof of this theory, but years later such a moth was discovered and named Xanthopan morgani praedicta in his honor.

MEIN GOTT! HE'S A GENIUS!

You can google search it. That's what I did, and you can DEFINATELY find it.
So, technically speaking, it's not quite so evil...:/

#8 Re: Guestbook » im brilllaint!!!!!!!!!! » 2006-06-11 08:07:52

I think Inusha meant...

I'm in the top math groups for everything, and never been in others.

Not sure... but I think that's what s/he meant.

#9 Re: Jokes » Airline Attendants » 2006-06-11 08:03:30

I think they give out pretzles... So they'd just probably give me some of them. Then... When  I would get off the plane...

My dad would kill me.

So, in an effort to make a difference... it wouldn't matter any way.

#10 Re: Jokes » Airline Attendants » 2006-06-09 22:52:09

Heh...
I wish I could, my mom was really mad. But I can do that on the tiny planes on the way to Key West. There's like, no one on there!!!

Okay. I'll see what I can do, but I don't remember if they serve drinks or not...

#12 Re: Dark Discussions at Cafe Infinity » do fish have a personality » 2006-06-09 12:45:41

Thinkdesigns:
when fish swim in scools ( i think i spelt taht wrong) they just follow each other. they are not independant like humans, none have a more exciting way of life. they are the same

Not true. Sharks are fish too, and they don't swim in schools. Well... Some do. Like some hammer heads,(I'm pretty sure), but they still have minds of their own.
And Parrot Fish, they're loners too.
And... That's all I got for now, but I'm pretty sure there's a larger group of lone fish.

And just for the record, basing conclusions on only domesticated fish is inacurate. You need to include all fish, even sharks, in your hypothesis.

#13 Re: Jokes » Airline Attendants » 2006-06-09 12:18:27

No, we were just sorta being kinda loud, and laughing hard at the movie we were watching (on our portable DVD player) and was indirectly telling us off to our mother...
Was very awkward after that...

#14 Re: Introductions » Erm... Hi There! » 2006-06-09 12:09:12

Okay! Thnx, It's just that so many websites have so many different kinds of codes and things, that you can never really tell how it goes!

Heh...
Thnx any way though!

#15 Introductions » Erm... Hi There! » 2006-06-09 08:58:52

Magister_Magi
Replies: 7

Hi, um, I'm new and I have a question. I'm not sure where this goes, so I'm gonna ask it here, is that okay?

So.. Here it is...
How do I turn the Image Tag on for my sig? As you can see, it's not quite working, no matter how hard I look. I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer... Heh...

I didn't think it belonged in the Help Me! thread, soI came here to introduce myself, and ask this! And, um, while you answer my first question, can you please tell me where to post these kinds of questions? thnx!

So any who...
My algebra teacher introduced me to this site, and I think it's pretty cool. I'm in the 8th grade, and yeah.

#16 Re: Jokes » Airline Attendants » 2006-06-09 08:10:25

Heh heh...

L.O.L.
I like number 12, (the joke, not about gakgoka) The flight stewardess said something like that on my flight, except that she left out the split evenly among flight attendants, and the spouse part, so it was kinda directed towards me and mah sister...
Heh...

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