square root of two


Lesley Sharp:
“When Sky is copying people’s speech patterns, we both had to learn the square root of pi to two or three dozen decimal places, but it was almost impossible to keep up with David.  His speech pattern, the rate at which he speaks, is phenomenally fast.  Really, really quick.  He learns pages and pages and pages.  And the rate at which he speaks is the rate at which he thinks.  Russell explained to me that David’s Doctor has a lot to say, because that’s David.  He’s so bright.  Isn’t that brilliant though?  The things that Russell thinks about and then re-interprets - I think they’re both amazing.”
        – from DWM #397

From the Midnight DVD Commentary (with David Tennant, Russell T. Davies, and director Alice Troughton):
David Tennant: We did rehearse the pi-number quite a lot…
Russell T. Davies: I remember you learning that the day after you got the script!  
DT: Yeah, I just thought, “Oh, I see…”
RTD:  You walked into the Sontaran read-though and just rattled off the square root of pi!
DT:  I got the script the night before, and thought, “He’s given me the square root of pi to 30 decimal places…  I’m gonna show him.”
RTD & Alice Troughton:  [big laugh]
DT: …and I got up early, and learnt it over breakfast
RTD: And it was brilliant!

Flirt With Me - Part 2

Pairing: Peter Parker x Reader

Requested: Yes (20+ OMG)

  • @skymoonandstardust: This is so sweet and so perfect!! I would love a second part– if you want to that is, and if you do write one can you please tag me?
  • @themaddesthattter: Literal perfection A part two would be awesome 💕
  • @blackbluberrys: i need a part two for this FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCC
  • @zsupernaturalz: Ajjejsheh can you make a part two!! And tag me if it’s no problem
  • @hippie-bibbie: Part two please oh my god
  • @shineecharisma: can this have a part two ohmygod
  • and a lot, lot more!

A/N: IT’S HERE! The highly requested and long awaited sequel! I hope it meets your expectations, I’m actually terrified because I’m afraid that it doesn’t meet the standards of the first one… Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy!


Part 1


How to flirt

Your fingers move swiftly across the keys of a school laptop as you type, glancing around the library, praying that no one was around to see what you were up to.

Less than a week ago (93 hours and counting… yeah you kept track), your best friend Peter Parker had flirted with you to help you avoid a certain obnoxious fellow Decathlon member, leaving you feeling very confused.
You’ve known Peter almost your whole life, but you had never imagined you would witness the slightly very seductive and flirtatious side of the sweet little, innocent boy from Queens.

You’d be lying if you said that you hadn’t enjoyed the little experience, even if it left you feeling extremely vulnerable and flustered - being a rather confident girl, that was something you definitely weren’t used to. You always liked Peter, he was an amazing friend, however, the episode left you desiring for something more… which has led you to this moment; sitting alone in the library and Googling for flirting tips during your free period. As pathetic as it sounded, you had a plan to finally admit your feelings for Peter, you’d win his heart the way he’d unknowingly captured yours.

You sigh as the page buffers, stupid school wifi.

But in order for your plan to be successful, you needed to be able to flirt. And unfortunately, that doesn’t happen overnight.

The page finally loads and you cheer silently in success, jumping slightly in your seat. The librarian glares at you accusingly but doesn’t raise a finger.

“These internet people better know what they’re doing…” you murmur to yourself as your eyes skim through an article. Of course, it was useless.

You yelp in surprise as you felt someone breathe on the back of your neck while peering over your shoulder. Hurriedly, you slam the laptop shut but the damage had been done.

“Learning how to flirt on the internet?” Michelle drawls with a smirk and you feel yourself heat up. “I’ve tried it before. You’re lame.”

“Wait, but you said you tried it too-” you start before she cuts you off with a smirk. Ah, Michelle, such a complex and bright mind yet ever so confusing at times.

A thought suddenly pops into your head.

“So are you any good at flirting now? Perhaps you could help me?” you inquire hopefully. Sure, Michelle didn’t seem like a flirt, but at this point, you honestly didn’t know what to expect from anyone anymore.

“Me? Flirt? Pfft, no. I’d rather be doing something productive, like drawing people in crisis.”

You simply nod, not exactly eager to find out what she meant about ‘people in crisis’.

She ignores you for the rest of the period, checking out a few interesting looking books as you resume reading a few blogs and online magazine articles, but to no avail. By the time the bell rang you still hadn’t learned anything new.

Sighing in frustration, you pack your things.


“Okay, Ned. Play along with me for a moment.”

“Wait, what?”

“I’m going to do something, just go with it!”

Ned looks dumbfounded as you saunter over to him, twirling a strand of hair around your fingers.

“Hey, handsome,” you whisper, closing in on him. He backs up nervously against the lockers.


You give him a flirtatious wink.

“(Y/N), you’re scaring me.”

You sigh in defeat as you slam your face into the lockers with a loud bang. A few freshmen stare at you curiously but you couldn’t care less. Ned, on the other hand, looks as confused as ever as he awkwardly tried to pry your face from the lockers.

“Hey Ned, (Y/N)!” you hear an all too familiar voice call. The feet carrying the person skid to a stop. “Uh, what’s wrong with her?”

Peter glances at Ned, who shrugs before walking off, still pondering over your crazy behaviour from earlier. Peter pokes your head gently but you ignore him, even though you wanted nothing more than to face him and look into his beautiful eyes.

“(Y/N),” Peter tries again when he suddenly spots Flash coming around the corner. His face lights up in realization and the faintest traces of hope, however, you (your face still shoved against the lockers) didn’t see his eyes shine in excitement. “Ah, I see. Flash approaching quickly at six o'clock. Want to put your old plan into action again?”

His voice is eager and hopeful, but once again this remained unnoticed by you for your face was starting to flush, the blood roaring like strong waves in your ears.

Without warning, Peter successfully removes your face from the cool metal (damn his inhuman strength) and twirls you around to face him, his cheeky, flirtatious smirk from a few days before, returning.

You feel your knees shaking beneath you and your heart beating faster. You wanted to scream in delight but also die right there and then. You weren’t prepared, the websites had taught you nothing. You were defenseless and you wouldn’t be able to play along with him nor tell him how you really felt. Your heart stopped and all your trains of thought left you as he opened his mouth.

“There isn’t a word in the dictionary to describe how beautiful you are.” Peter whispered, his voice low and husky.

Your face was burning like a freshly lit fire as he gazed into your eyes, taking your hand in his gently. You tried to keep your hand as still as possible, but it was shaking madly in his grasp. However, his grip only tightened. You rack your brain to the websites you browsed merely hours ago, and blurt out the first thing that came to mind. The line that would allow Peter to understand how you truly felt, the line that would start your relationship as a real couple-

“And you must be the square root of two, because I feel irrational around you.” you uttered, your voice awfully tremulous.

He chuckles and you wanted nothing more than to slap yourself. Out of the hundreds of pick up lines you read, you chose to use the only one with math? Freaking mathematics? Nobody would ever take that seriously, not even Peter and he wore science pun shirts for goodness sake!

“Good one, (Y/N). I’ll have to get that printed on a shirt soon,” he laughs, vocalizing your thoughts. “But back to business.”

Before you knew what you were doing and before he could say anything ridiculously attractive, you push him against the lockers, sealing the small gap that was between the two of you. He looks surprised at first but it doesn’t last long as his face sports his seductive smile again.

“Whoa, careful darling. Please keep your distance. I might fall for you.” he mused, as you fought hard to keep your blush from darkening.

You take a deep breath and close your eyes. It was going to work this time. It had to.

“Roses are red, my face is too… and that only happens when I’m around you.”

You shut your eyes tightly, dreading his reaction. You didn’t know what to expect, perhaps he would think that you’re still playing along, or maybe you had just ruined a perfectly amazing friendship with Peter-

Your body tenses as his hand finds his way to your cheek, cupping it gently. It glides swiftly to your chin, his touch feather-light, and tilts your head so that you were less than inches away from his face. You hesitantly open your eyes, only to meet his gentle ones that showed no sign of anger, confusion or pity. Were you mistaken or did his eyes sparkle with love? And did yours too?

“I want to be the reason you look down at your phone and smile,” you resumed. His eyebrows quirk up in an adorable way and he opens his mouth to reply but you start speaking again. “And walk into a pole.”

The two of you double over with laughter and butterflies flutter in your stomach as Peter pulls you into him, wrapping you in a hug.

“You totally ruined the perfect moment,” he chided while continuing to chuckle. “I was about to say something equally as romantic y'know.”

“Oh, believe me, I’ve heard enough of that from you already.” you admitted, grinning wildly. “And are you admitting to liking me too?”

He smirks and pushes you against the lockers, trapping you against him and the metal that creaked in protest from behind you. The space between the two of you, incredibly small. But you definitely weren’t complaining.

“That I am. I have for years. And besides… your lips look so lonely. Would they like to meet mine?”

He leans in and you mimic his movements, lifting you face up to connect your lips to his-

“Hey (Y/N), I was wondering if you wanted - ARG, WHY DOES THIS HAPPEN EVERY SINGLE FREAKING TIME?” Flash shrieks from the other side of the hallway as he spotted the two of you against the lockers.

You and Peter pull away abruptly, and you sigh disappointedly. Your eyes shoot daggers at his back as Flash retreats, his heavy footsteps echoing angrily.

“And another perfect moment ruined.” Peter sighed dramatically, pulling you to his side while snaking his arm around your waist. You snuggle into his embrace.

“You owe me a kiss now.” he declares with a smile.

“Yes, I do.”

Your plan was definitely successful.


Thank you so much for your support on this series!… (wait is it even considered a series??) 

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  • ban ryu: alright then han sung. since you say you're that smart, solve this without using any calculator. find the arc length of three x times the square root of seven minus two from x equals zero to one half.
  • han sung: *stares at equation while deeply thinking* well, there are two 'twos' in the equation- minus two and the denominator from the one half. the number two sounds like the letter 'u', and u is between the letters 't' and 'v' in the alphabet.
  • han sung: but tvs aren't really relevant anymore because everybody has computers now, so it's kind like... if you have two tvs, what is it even-
  • han sung: *out loud* four.
  • ban ryu:
  • han sung:
  • ban ryu: ... that's right...
The signs as things said in math class

Aries: Okay one example done! Let’s stop

Taurus: That was easy so what’s the catch

Gemini: Where did that x come from?

Cancer: Did that Gemini really not see where the x came from? god

Leo: (some corny pun about pi)

Virgo: *after the bell rings* Wait what’s the assignment??

Libra: I’m dropping out lol

Scorpio: (in a defeated voice) Complete the square

Sagittarius: I’m just gonna go ahead and write “sorry” at the top of this test

Capricorn: Can yall shut UP while the teacher is talking im tryna LEARN

Aquarius: *raises hand* Um okay like….um…how did you….actually nvm, i got it

Pisces: *deep breath* x is equal to negative b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus four ac all over two a

no. 12 | youngjae

thank you for requesting my lovelies! @2jaekisses​ and my kitty anon! ngl, i found it so cute that you both suggested the same prompt and the same member… ily both so much omg fjf also sorry this took like forever ToT

prompt: 12. “Why are you laughing? I’m being so sexy right now.”
group: GOT7
pairing: choi youngjae, you
genre: very fluff, bad puns
words: 1606

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I’ll always support you no matter what; Tony Stark x teen reader

Hey guys well this was my first Tony Stark oneshot that I had ever done and it was all came from after watching the Janet Jackson’s music video of “Rhythm Nation”. I feel like Tony even though loving that his child is a mini-genius like him, he would always support their dreams no matter if they wanted to go into the same line of work in math/science or do something completely far out from it like dancing or teaching or whatever. No matter what you do in life, never doubt that your parents aren’t gonna be there for you because they will no matter what it is. Be warned of swear words and mean comments.

Originally posted by iwantcupcakes


“And so if you take f(x) and divide it by the square root of two you get—” then the bell rang signaling that our instruction was over.  “Okay we’ll pick this lesson up first thing Thursday, and don’t forget to bring in a full advanced statistics equation of your choice for another fellow competitor to solve”. Our coach Professor Gooden said.

I packed up my stuff and put up the lab coats and just before I was about to leave, Professor Gooden stopped me and said,

“Hold on Miss. Stark, could I have a word with you?”

“Umm, now’s not a really good time, I’ve got somewhere else to be right now”.  The man spoke for so long way ahead of normal class time I only had about 10 minutes left.

“No, no this needs to be said now, it won’t take long”.

“Yeah right”. I muttered under my breath as I walked up to him and removed my bag from my shoulder and set it down beside me.

“Miss Stark, lately I haven’t been seeing you coming to our decathlon meetings, just recently last week you showed up and missed every single lesson and exercise we’re planning to do at the Regional’s a few weeks ago. Is there something going on at home? Or anything like that?”

“No sir, everything is fine bye!” I quickly raced out of the building and got into my motorcycle and drove off as fast as I could to the studio.

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anonymous asked:

When you were a kid, did you figure out anything in math before your teachers taught you?

Oh, yeah, lots of things. Usually really simple generalisations of stuff, though. For example, the moment I was taught how to add variables in algebra, it was immediately obvious how to subtract, multiply, and divide them.

(Admittedly, this sometimes went awry. When I was five I saw an episode of Cyberchase in which I learned what negative numbers were and how to add and subtract them, and I immediately generalised it to multiplication and division. However, I didn’t realise at the time that multiplying or dividing two negatives gave a positive, so that messed me up.)

Anyway, the instance of generalisation I’m most proud of from primary school is from grade 5, when we were taught simultaneous equations. It was always two equations of two variables each, and we were taught how to solve them via addition and substitution. After the teacher had done two of them on the blackboard, I asked her if you could solve simultaneous equations of three or more variables. She said “no”.

However, as she continued doing examples, I became more and more convinced that systems of n-variable equations must be solvable, if you have at least n equations. I had nothing else to go on, and had no idea if fewer than n equations could work, but my intuition was really strong on the idea that n was the upper bound.

So, in between solving each official class problem (because I could do them quickly), I experimented with different methods of solving 3-variable equations. I didn’t figure it out in that class, but I kept working on it during lunch time, and then the lunch times of the next two days, until suddenly I made a breakthrough and figured out how to solve them via substitution.

I did it like this:

a) 2x + 3y - z = 13
b) x - 2y + 3z = 9
c) -5x + 3y - 2z = -8

b) x = 2y - 3z + 9

a) 2(2y - 3z + 9) + 3y - z = 13
c) -5(2y - 3z + 9) + 3y - 2z = -8

a) 7y - 7z = -5
c) -7y + 13z = 37

a) y = -5/7 + z

c) -7(-5/7 + z) + 13z = 37
c) 6z = 32
c) z = 16/3

a) y = -5/7 + 16/3
a) y = 97/21

b) x = 2(97/21) - 3(16/3) + 9
b) x = 47/21

a) 2(47/21) + 3(97/21) - (16/3) = 13
b) (47/21) - 2(97/21) + 3(16/3)  = 9
c) -5(47/21) + 3(97/21) - 2(16/3) = -8

I later learned there were other ways to do this, but this one has a special place in my heart because I discovered it after being told it was impossible. I didn’t share it with my 5th grade teacher, because she was kind of scary, but 10 year old me was so smug.

I’m also proud of two discoveries I made about squares when I was 7, at the beginning of third grade. My third grade classroom had a chart on the wall with the times tables up to 12x12. It looked pretty much like this:

I found this chart absolutely fascinating. I used to love tracing the diagonal with my finger and, at the time, I thought the etymology of “square root” was actually the diagonal route that was traced through the chart by the perfect squares.

And, while tracing, a couple patterns became obvious. One that hit me suddenly one day, while looking at the chart, is that if you draw a square whose corners are one of the perfect squares, the two instances of its root (on the top and the left of the chart), and 1, adding them all together gets you the next perfect square. For example, for 25, drawing a square that touches 25 + 5 + 5 + 1 would get you 36. I was able to generalise that rule to n2 + 2n + 1 = (n+1)2, though not in quite those terms.

Then I dashed outside and started running around the playground, challenging people to ask me for the square of any number. By this point, I’d memorised all the perfect squares from 22 to 122, and everyone knew those were on the chart, so they’d ask me for 13, 14, 15 and so on. Each time, I did it by starting at 144 and counting up from there.

144 + 24 + 1 = 169
169 + 26 + 1 = 196
196 + 28 + 1 = 225

A few days later, I was looking at the chart again to see if there were other patterns to multiplication. That’s when I noticed that there was a pattern to the diagonal lines that intersected the square line. For example, the one that intersects 49 goes …40 - 45 - 48 - 49 - 48 - 45 - 40…

I could see there was a clear pattern to the way the numbers get smaller as they move further away from the square, but I couldn’t quite grasp the description of it. Then it hit me: Multiplying the number less than the root by the number more than the root gets you 1 less than the square, multiplying the numbers two away from the root got you 4 less than the square, multiplying the numbers three away got you 9 less, and so forth. In algebraic terms:
(n + a)(n - a) = n2 - a2

For example, for 36 the perpendicular diagonal would contain:
  7 * 5 = 36   - 1 = 35
  8 * 4 = 36   - 4 = 32
  9 * 3 = 36   - 9 = 28
10 * 2 = 36 - 16 = 20

(NB: I had still never heard of “quadratic equations” at this point.)

This was harder to show off to people, but I found it just as cool. At that point, I decided I wanted to study perfect squares when I grew up (in addition to curing malaria, of course).

Pickup Lines

Prompt ~ #34 “The way you flirt is shameful.” #96 “I’m sorry, what were you saying? I got lost in your eyes.”

Extra ~ Tim Drake x Reader

 It was suppose to be an average tutoring session, but you couldn’t help but tease your boyfriend with cheesy pickup lines. You loved the blush that would appear on his face and his nervous stuttering.

“Tim, life without you is like a broken pencil, it’s pointless.” You smirked at his rosy checks.

“The way you flirt is shameful.” He replied, flipping through his textbook.

“I’m sorry, what were you saying? I got lost in your eyes.” Tim looked up, a smirk gracing his features.

“You must be the square root of two cause I feel irrational around you.” Your jaw dropped opened as he finished talking. Tim had used a pickup line and he didn’t even stutter. You quickly recovered and crawled closer to him.

“I’ll give you a kiss, if you don’t like it you can give it back.” You laughed at his concentrated face.

“Are you full of beryllium, gold, and titanium? Because you are Be Au Ti Full.” You finally closed the space between the both of you, lips ghosting over each other.

“I’m fascinated by the shape of your lips and how they fit perfectly with mine.” You pressed your lips with his. Tim’s hands gripping onto your waist while your hands ran through his hair.

From the entrance to Tim’s room Damian shook his head in disappointment while Jason and Dick high fived, Tim had finally used what they had taught him.

anonymous asked:

You seem like you know your stuff around women. Any advice on how to pick up girls? :/

Listen, you must confidently look at her in the eye and say:

“You must be the square root of two, because I feel irrational around you.”

And then you wink and back out of there, you do not want to appear too desperate. Leather jacket is optional, but highly recommended. Good luck 👍

Psychic: *Reads my mind*

Me: are you a Mormon look at all my slaves your snake went right up my ass dont fucking touch me LET’S PROFIT OFF THE DEATHS OF ALL THESE PEOPLE SoRrY bRo that wasnt a real apology i want you to apologize again right the fuck now I FAILED MATH I heard thats a Mormon tradition DONT TOUCH ME IM A FOURTEEN YEAR OLD BOY jesus christmas tree ??? listen here its the bromance i call it ‘EFFICIENCY’ that is algebra uh sorry didnt mean that to sound so suggestive um moving on ‘WALL’? ew shut the fuck up wow i got a million kills when i nuked japan zE your fUckn h OLe okay for the next hour you can be my daddy everyone is dead to me NEGATIVE B PLUS OR MINUS THE SQUARE ROOT OF B SQUARED MINUS FOUR A C OVER TWO A no you fucki- are you kidding me? i need a f uckn adult we’re team greatness! team greatness? t eam… bromance? team ‘you have high expectations’? he aint no bitch he aint no FUCKIN BITCH zeyouaintabitch i agree ze aint a bitch we are- fuck me ~i do declare! i  d i d  n o t  die!~ what are frogs? what a r e frogs? now im dead AND gay what are the odds for you? thirty percent. thirty percent? wait thirty percent we’re gunna get it or thirty percent we’re gunna fail? just thirty percent. i’ll tell you the odds, but i won’t tell you why. i think your survival is in jeopardy, fifty percent….. twenty six percent. only twenty six? wHAT ARE MY ODDS NOW? uHHH uhhH sI-SiX pErCeNt??? so you’re saying there’s a chance? S  IX  P E R C E NT simplyincredible,galm….  oneofakind NO DONT YOU MURDER ME damn its gunna be even worse when i come out. when should i tell my boyfriend im gay? i think ze already knows. b ang me~ dontsaythat WE’RE GOING UPSTAIRS TOHAVESE X. oh! okay fuckmedaddy Haha whaaaat? … And I will see y ou guys……. somewhere… else    in the  universe. :)


Psychic: what the fuck

Cheesy Mika Goes 0 to 100 REAL QUICK

This request comes from @florcitaspasivas


Mika: Hey… Yuu… I think you must be the square root of two because I feel irrational around you.

Yuu: What the hell?

Mika: Hey hey Yuu, you surely have eleven protons, because you’re sodium fine.

Yuu: What the actual fuck?

Mika: You must be a positive ion, and I’m a negative Ion, because I feel an attraction between us.

Yuu: What the fuck Mika-sempai?

Mika: We gotta be KITTYng BC we are purrfect *wink wink*

Yuu: Mika. What the FUCK?


Yuu: Oh… okay sure.

“Five times the square root of two”, she answered.

It was wrong.

It was always wrong. She feared the Math’s before even starting to learn it. She was haunted by it like how she was haunted by time. She feared the hands of the clock before even having a real battle with it, and now, she can’t get a hold of it.

It was always wrong.

marra | 180112


Originally posted by yoonkooks

Namjoon : “You must be the square root of two. Cause I feel irrational around you.*cough* yeah… cause’ I tend to break stuff when I’m nervous a-and you’re just so flawless..”

Originally posted by bwiseoks

Jin: “Roses are red violets are blue I didn’t know what perfect was until I met you…*blinks* Yeah…Well technically I’m the most perfect , but that’s just a detail * hairflip* “

Originally posted by chokemejimin

Jimin : “Your ass is so nice that it is a shame that you have to sit on it. * smirks* How about we bet on who has the best booty? MY jibooty is willing to win *wiggles eyebrows*”

Originally posted by heavenly-minds

Taehyung : “Can you touch me? I want to tell my friends I was touched by an Angel!!!!Can we take a picture too? Please!!! BRING ME TO MEET THEM VICTORIA SECRET ANGELS TOO!!”

Originally posted by kookie-bts

Jungkook: “Forget about Superman, Batman and Iron man. I’ll be your man.”

3 seconds later

“ * taps your shoulder* You know what? I think I’ll take back what I said about Iron Man.I can’t betray Iron man Y/N. I just can’t. ”’

Originally posted by bangtannoonas

Hoseok : “Will you be my girlfrien? I left out the ‘d’ cause you’ll get that later! *giggles* I’m just kidding !! How about we make some sunshines on the way back home instead? OR how about I make your sun shine *smirks*”

Originally posted by minyonngi

Yoongi : “ If I wasn’t  Father Louis Williams Suga Adams The third, I’d be under your spell.I would sin for you and no one else.May the Holy Tree Bless your existence”

Hope y’all enjoyed lolll <3 This was so funny to make lolll

BTW The Holy Tree is my side blog :) <3 Feel free to check it out :)

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The Signs as Pick Up Lines (Math Edition)
  • Aries: Can I be the hypotenuse in between your legs.
  • Taurus: Are you a 45 degree angle? Because you're acute-y.
  • Gemini: If I'm sine and you're cosine, wanna make like a tangent?
  • Cancer: Will you be my third dimension? Without you I’m not real.
  • Leo: Hey girl, what’s your sin? it must be 90 because you’re the 1.
  • Virgo: you're like a student and I'm like a math book... you solve all my problems!
  • Libra: Your beauty cannot be spanned by a finite basis of vectors.
  • Scorpio: I don't know if you're in my range, but I'd sure like to take you back to my domain.
  • Sagittarius: I heard you're good at algebra - Could you replace my X without asking Y?
  • Capricorn: You must be the square root of -1 because you cant be real.
  • Aquarius: You must be the square root of two because I feel irrational around you.
  • Pisces: Hey baby, what's your sin?
  • ...
  • Bonus: My love for you is like dividing by zero– it cannot be defined.

The Average of Two Square Roots is Less than or Equal to the Square Root of the Avarage

File this under simple math things that make me unreasonably angry but are absolutely fascinating.

I mean… look at that… why???

Monsta X: Pick Up Lines

Hyunwoo: ‘Even the sun is jealous of the way you shine.’

Hoseok: ‘You’re my favorite weakness.’

Minhyuk: ‘You must be the square root of two. Cause I feel irrational around you.’

Kihyun: ‘I’ll give you a kiss, if you don’t like it, you can return it.’

Hyungwon: ‘You’re my cup of tea.’

Jooheon: ‘Hey, my name is microsoft, can I crash at your place tonight?’

Changkyun: ‘Our smiles should touch now!’