Since When Has Making Coffee Been So Hard? [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 7 years ago in Funny

You need a doctorate in math just to make a pot.
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Female 635
-brain melts-

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Female 248
try 6 lol
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Female 447
3 scoops or 6 tablespoons is always adequate for a full pot of coffee unless you are using a giant azz 2 gallon percolator.
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Male 3,915
lol...i`d just try 6....
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Male 228
My Phd allows my to solve this equation: I read the hint.
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Female 1,077
well *i* thought it was funny.
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Female 5,222
coffee machine has a face :O
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Male 135
Of Course!
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Male 162
Um.. I`m pretty this is a joke... btw. ;)
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Male 194
screw that, i`ll just go to starbucks
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Male 9,305
Or you could cheat and read the user`s manual. >.>
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Male 431
im pretty sure (about 100%) u dont need a doctorate to work this out jamesuyt
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Male 813
Right on catbarf.
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Male 721
There is only one to blame... Japan. Even though its written in English..
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Male 1,455
I think a lot of the nerd-bashing in this page in response to a simple bit of humor smacks of jealousy.

Especially the extraordinarily predictable `Hurr, I don`t get the math so I`ll insult his sex life` comments.

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Male 680
Sure, you`d need a doctorate to work out the formula, but the "Hint: Try 6" on the side is the easy way out. Just like copying from the nerd next to you :D
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Female 1,401
Hah! lionhart2!
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Female 1,048
Who let Stephen Hawking at the coffee maker again??
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Male 5,189
Fakkkk.
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Male 8,300
"Let N be the number of times the dork who wrote this has ever been laid, and multiply by the number of cups of coffee made each day, so that N(Cm)=0"
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Male 15,832
It seems like this guy cares more about impressing others than about getting someone to make him a drinkable cup of coffee.
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Male 2,056
it was all good till i hit the formula

god forsake.

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Male 15,510
The answer is 42
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Male 29
The answer is... what?... Oh, six.
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Female 295
;A;
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Male 716
It irritates me when I don`t understand something.
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Male 1,351
I would love a teacher like this, who makes us use whatever we learned to do some crazy long step problem of a simple procedure. It would really let us appreciate the person who said "Aww @$#* it, let`s just put three big buttons on it and forget this math stuff."
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Male 2,199
what the f**k does half life have to do with coffee!?!?!?!
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Male 1,347
ah, stats. what a great class
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Male 25,416
Thats only a formula for the style of coffee that the person who wrote the fomula would have deemed a good coffeee. With natural variation, quantities would vary given the requested strength could not be the same for everyone! I like coffee!
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Male 2,148
jbwhite: Colour = British color. Expresso =/= British espresso. Your argument is irrelevant.
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Female 28
Agree with Xutar. Looks complicated because of all the symbols but I swear most of it cancels out? It`s been awhile though..
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Male 1,292
And if you type colour into it, it is also underlined, yet it is a correct spelling. So as far as your proof goes, bravo good sir; bravo.

Lemme guess, you think the french don`t have a word for entrepreneur?

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Male 3,425
[quote] "But I can`t do math without my coffee." [/quote]

It`s a vicious circle.

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Male 154
this isnt hard, its just whether you know set theory and/or lambda calculus
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Male 2,748
lol, i saw ElDavo`s post, im pretty sure its espresso. yea? and what the eff is that on the board??? *brain juice oozes out of ear* coffee=not hard. calc=death
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Female 31
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Male 2,148
Haha. "Oh, he called me on using fake words. poo, I better insult him."

I have my own proof that it isn`t a word: Type expresso into the comment box. It puts a red "spelling error" line under it, right? That`s because it`s impossible to spell fake words correctly.

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Male 371
why is there a smily face in that equation
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Male 1,292
sorry @ElDavo, didn`t realize your life was so meaningless that you had to correct teh interwebs spellings.

oh, and just cause >> http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/expresso

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Female 1,593
Use one half the number of cups to determine the number of scoops.
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Female 4,225
/me sips her coffee and stares blankly at the board
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Male 159
@ oxyle: FTW!nice "Guide" reference. lol!
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Female 9,572
But I can`t do math without my coffee.
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Male 19
I think it means 4-6 scoops per pot of water, but I`m not sure.
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Male 914
42
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Male 2,148
Pfft, you should see that it`s called "espresso".
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Male 1,292
pfft, you should see the directions for the expresso machine.
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Male 3,425
Ah, I was using (1/n,5]), thought it tasted a bit off!
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Male 24
What has it got do do with lambda? That`s wavelength.
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Female 2,672
hmm, i reckon...6 >.>
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Male 1,958
It puts the coffee in the pot or else it gets the hose again
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Male 277
It must be really good coffee
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Male 102
That coffee machine looks surprisingly happy about something.
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Male 20,908
Link: Since When Has Making Coffee Been So Hard? [Pic] [Rate Link] - You need a doctorate in math just to make a pot.
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