! Now now—let’s not behave like irrational Numbers.
No more pi for him.
I think he has a valid point.
Next he’ll get really crazy and go metric.
Face it Old Timers, everything is digital now.
She’s been drawn and quartered.
I can’t help but notice that she’s a lot bigger on the bottom half.
It’s your own fault – you shouldn’t have named him Dewey.
I hope he has an easier time doing it than I did in school.
I only spent a fraction of my time learning math.
He must be 0.125.
And after they spent their lives bringing him up proper!
He’s met a cute little number and hopes to be deci-mated real soon.
He probably wants be a repeating decimal. They go on forever.
It’s always sad to watch someone sink to the least common denominator when they could rise! Rise! Rise to the greatest common factor!
It’s just a different denomination.
The family is going to be fractured.
Oh, boy. Now her friend, Mrs. Jones, is going to be insufferable about her own little 1/3.
His number is up.
The boy will just be a fraction of his old self.
Once you go metric, you can never go back. This is all so complex….
Obviously there are deep divisions in this family.
the fraction faction.
With how things were going, it had to happen… Do the math, people!
What is it they say about a house divided?
Like Archemedes, mom & dad are scr*wed.
All of you people are AWFUL! AWFUL GOOD!
At least he doesn’t worship the i.
At least he’s still rational.
Fractal Fairy tales??
He’s joining an arcsec.
.85 is way more succinct than 17/20 anyways
“That’s me in the quadrant, losing my religion”. (Apologies to REM)
Don’t tell them he’s turning pagan. He’s becoming a hexadecimal.
It would be even worse if he converted to a percentage!