I don't know whether it's cool that my premise is verified, or sad that I'm not as original as I'd thought..."Turns out scientists and artists have a lot more in common than one would think.
Well yes, except that I rounded my age up to 20, which I will be in a few months, and our actual age difference is closer to 14 years.
But that's a much better way to work it out, I did it with trial-and-error I'd just like to take this opportunity to give a shout-out to my wife, on the edge of the belle curve (love that one).
However, I am breaking that rule with glee, as I am 27.91, and my girlfriend is 45.42.
This wouldn't even fall in a range that had 8x/5 as an upper bound. I don't get why everyone is saying that 14 year olds can't date under this formula.
If he ever sees me write "evah" though I'm pretty sure it's over...the top of my lemon poppy seed muffin's all gowan. If he really is a nice guy, A)He won't expect anyone to put out anywhere near the first friggin date, and B) He wouldn't WANT the kind of girl who would put out anywhere near the first date. I mean it's two things, it's like "give up" which is like you're doing something you don't want to do, and it's like "out put" which is as though a female is just a factory that should be producing sex, and isn't working properly if it's not.
Ok, for the record AGAIN - 13 year olds shouldn't be dating! If you're still picking your nose and eatting it, or if a third of your male classmates are still picking their nose and eatting it, you should not be dating! I'd like to see some kind of bell curve or formula/chart describing the number of people intelligent enough to have children but choose not to vs.
I got my first kiss at the onset of my SOPHOMORE (not even freshman) year at college.... My father was afeared catholic girls school had turned me lesbian... I'm on Boy numero 6, and I still feel like I haven't quite lived.
I'm wondering who he expected me to find and bring home, exactly. However I also really likes him lots and hope to stay with him foevah and evah..evah.
Perhaps the function should be extended as:f(x) = x for x It's a standard rule, and so it is expected to have exceptions in places where it doesn't work well. Or, I can just cope with being in a creepy relationship.*Matt pops on an instrumental version of "Somewhere over the Rainbow"* *clears throat* "Somewhhhere...the end of the bell curve... there's a lass that is geeky, almost as much as meeee."In my experience, statistical arguments tend to be fairly non-useful, since if your pool is small enough such that they're relevant, you've got bigger problems.