• Let me move that for you
  • The history of art
  • If Ariel was featured on Hoarders…
  • Proud Dad
  • Henry what the hell?
  • She called you fat…
  • Goodbye Kitty
  • Creative high heel designs
  • OK, class… open your books to page 2…
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  • Summertime
Comments
  1. Person

    5:06 am

    You just did.

  2. le Derp

    8:05 pm

    They still have to teach you that stuff just in case you become a math teacher.

  3. Mark

    2:23 pm

    Think of it as mental weightlifting. People rarely have to pick up dumbbells in real life either.

  4. Pie

    2:35 pm

    People who care about their bodies pick up dumbbells in real life. And I think it’s supposed to be a joke. Lighten up.

  5. Micah

    7:38 pm

    Seriously though, when does anyone use this besides in a joke about when they’ll actually need it?

  6. Jesse

    8:37 pm

    ^ Valid point.

  7. engineer

    11:54 pm

    Then quit the job in ASDA and start working as microprocessors/microchip programmer.

    The point of learning this at school/university is to:
    a) understand dependencies between various factors of complex phenomenons i.e. in electronics, acoustics, stress engineering (strength of materials), etc.
    AND
    b) to train your brain – just like you can train muscles. By applying weights that that you wouldn’t meet in real life and into muscles that you wouldn’t use in real life. All that purely to look good and not to be a hotel-boy.

    If you still don’t get it then you should have gone to work in the age of 7 instead of to school cause you have wasted tax payers/your parents monies.

  8. wait, wut

    8:43 am

    ^ so if I dont understand these equations I should have been an exploited child laborer. …. wait, wut?