A prime example for all you squares.
Now he’ll run off and join up with Pi.
It’s hard for parents to differentiate the problems, once they become integral to his distorted thinking…
That’s why it’s the function of therapy to intercept, and help him see the root of it, and become rational again.
Ed Wuncler III.
I may be one negative fellow but I only became irrational when they took my square root.
When single, he’s completely irrational. But let him meet a similar female, and they can multiply into a rational family unit.
“I suppose we should have seen it coming. He always said, ‘I don’t want to be an ordinary fraction!’ and he just kept going on and on and on and on…”
@say what now: He doesn’t seem to be into transcendental stuff…
When a negative number gets radicalized, it develops a complex…
Well, at least he still has a positive outlook. He could have been radicalized to a negative root…
I thought maybe he’d gain something and go “eeeeeee.”
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