Ooh, that’s fun.
Mind = Blown…
Hey Mason would you ever consider going under cover?
Potentially working for an villain?
I left it up for interpretation. You get a choice 😀
Well, I am Slytherin and am drawn more to the Dark Side for sure… But I would never betray my friends, unless specifically told by one I obey. As well as that, I like rules, but I also like potential, which is why I’m more ‘Gray’ than Light or Dark. I’ve always felt more in the ‘Bounty Hunter’ situation… Whatever I feel like would bring me the most satisfaction (and that satisfaction can come from satisfying someone else) is generally where I lean. This makes me sound super selfish, but, I mean… It’s true… I’m generally considered the rule follower among my friends, and the one that’s scared of everything, but also finds humor in any situation, especially dark humor… Like Anti-Jokes…
Wow I know you didn’t ask for my life story sorry…
Wait, what’s your MBTI type, Mason? Hang on, lemme guess. Ah… ISTP? No, that doesn’t seem right…
I don’t even remember…
Haha fair enough.
milks, my dude
I took Manalive’s math equation of 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+….+100 and actually typed it out onto my computer’s calculator. It only took a couple of minutes, and it did equal 5,050, like he said it would.
(Just in case anyone reading this thread needed verification station.)
Good old SOJNS I wonder where they went
Today my favorite German Mathematics YouTube channel released a video about the area of a circle, using a pizza for demonstrative purposes. He then left a comment on his own video that I find outstanding. Translated into English, it reads:
Incidentally, for the volume V of a circular pizza with radius z and height a, V = Pi⋅z⋅z⋅a.
That is rather delightful.
#36164 Hahahahahahahahahahahah nice one Josiah
With the new changes to Not-Forum posting, I’m guessing that SuperOptimisticJumpingNoodleSquad either won’t be back or will come back with the intent of sticking around, since an actual account would have to be made in order to post again. I’d say that the odds suggest that the former is more likely than the latter.
SOJNS, what a legend
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