Monthly Archives: January 2013
Looks like Geeks need to be reminded that opposites attract by wearing visual hardware.
Will Pill-Peddlers rush to manufacture digital Penis Pills to enhance their live connection?
Will Viagra be able to solve their dead Ethernet connection?
Geek Love Logic for Marital Bliss?
Taking the geek guesswork out of intimate romance one geek at a time…
Should we get married??
T= How many years have you been dating?
L= The number of times per day that something makes you think of this person
C= If your families got together for a holiday dinner, the estimated number of times there would be uncomfortable friction
S= How many shared interests and/or goals do you two have?
A= How many individual or conflicting interests and/or goals do you two have?
D= The average number of disagreements you have with this person in a month
If Ttk is above one, you should tie the knot.
What are the chances my marriage will last?
A= Her age at time of marriage
E=Current combined years of post-high-school education
K= Number of kids from this marriage
R= How religious is the couple (1-10 with 10 being “the Pope”)
D= Combined number of divorces of couple’s parents
P= Combined previous marriages
T= Years at which you are computing the chances
H.e.a. stands for “Happily Ever After” and is the percent chance you will still be married at time “T”
Book Source: 50 Foolproof Equations for Everyday Life [Geek Logik] by Garth Sundem
Hopefully, the Geeks can use the 50 Foolproof Equations because it is all Greek to me.
Jason Mraz doesn’t care what you might think cuz He’s a “Geek in Pink”
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