This Is What You`re Missing On TV, Part 3 [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in Funny

It"s the new fuzzy math you"ve been hearing about.
There are 54 comments:
Male 304
Stefanie Klapp: Currently minoring in Bistromathics.
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Female 40
Stupid. Stupid. Stupid.
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Male 151
shes a keeper
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Male 5,617
So, was the guy the father or no...

Goddammit!!! Now I have to flush my mind AGAIN!
[email protected] stupid-links!
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Male 6,694
Thats pretty sure.
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Male 152
"@GRAddE, LithiumOne, I googled whereinshich and it turned up this guy`s post."

"MrHyde, I googled "whereinshich" and it showed this link, plus your comment about googling it."

@SuperSmash I googled "whereinshich" and it showed this link, plus your comment commenting on how their comment showed up about googling
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Male 105
hmm. how is it again.. how many cents is in a $ ? i would guess about uhm. ahundred or so hence the xpression : DIN JÆVLA MØKKAMAN
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Male 3,756
"@GRAddE, LithiumOne, I googled whereinshich and it turned up this guy`s post."

MrHyde, I googled "whereinshich" and it showed this link, plus your comment about googling it.
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Male 25,416
i think shes sure
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Male 494
@GRAddE, LithiumOne, I googled whereinshich and it turned up this guy`s post.
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Female 108
Wonders is good ole Step has the Klapp?
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Male 2,159
I bet she`s as certain as a four-sided triangle.
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Female 463
She seems pretty sure. Too bad the father is still actually the mailman. Sorry Stefanie :)
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Male 153
@GRadde

"whereinshich"???? Google that.
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Male 798
Wow, a 1,000,000,000,000 drating percent sure.
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Female 3,828
oh man, big discussion in here. Im just gonna skip it and say tha the pic made me chuckle.
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Male 2,553
100%+ MIGHT occur, if, say, you were working overtime. You could be working 120% of the hours expected. The same goes for efficiency, in many cases, as efficiency could be measured as successes/failures in percent form.

However, being sure of something is a case whereinshich it is, per definition, simply impossible to be more than 100% sure. In this case, my perverted mind reads the statement above as she is sure that her fiancé more than "just" being the father to the child in question.

O.O` Freaky. Say no more.
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Male 136
also, angilion giving your work 110% is not really incorrect for a couple reasons. First, it`s a phrase that carries meaning in its connotation rather than its denotation. Secondly, you could argue that 100% is only a theoretical limit of ones abilities and that if performance were to exceeded those expected capabilities, your performance would indeed be above 100% in reference to the theoretical limit.

I don`t like the phrase ether by the way.
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Male 720
Not as bad as this one bitch on Maury claiming she was "2.5 million percent sure" about some bullsh*t like this.. -_-
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Male 136
id just like to point out that when it comes to percents, odds are a special case and not the norm. A percent, in general, can have any value numerator with a denominator of 100, or per 100. Also i don`t find it to be that surprising or such a big deal that someone might not be aware of this.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Wait, so what`s the problem? If she`s so sure that the baby is her fiance`s, then what`s wrong?[/quote]

`percent` is very directly from Latin. `per centum` = `from a hundred`. So it is almost always wrong to refer to anything over 100%. It can only be right when comparing two amounts, e.g. a weight being 120% of the rated load for a crane or something.

If you are utterly sure of something to the greatest possible extent, with absolutely no margin for error at all, not even the vaguest, most ridiculously small possibility of it not being true, then you are 100% sure of it. You cannot be more than 100% sure of anthing, ever, under any circumstances. It is impossible by definition - you cannot be more than 100 parts in 100 sure of something. Similarly, you can`t give more than 100% effort or more than 100% attention or more than 100% anything - *that`s what 100% means*.
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Male 12,365
This is a pet peeve of mine. Not as much as a trillion, but over and over again I read or hear people making the same mistake. Gonna give it 110% in the next match/next week on Hell`s Kitchen/at work/whatever. Aaarrrggghhhh! Ignornant burblers!
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Female 5,222
haha I didnt even notice the last name till teampink27 mentioned it XD
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Female 261
Wonder how many other guys she`s said that about?
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Female 80
I lol`d..
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Male 881
Wow, I`m only 100 percent sure she is a moron. She must have some doubt because she isn`t double dog infinity percent sure.
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Female 533
well with a last name like Klapp I wouldnt be so sure either...
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Male 168
Duffytoler, you must not have noticed. He`s Canadian.
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Male 224
Their just implementing government sized numbers
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Male 165
[quote]How can you be as old as me and not know a trillion > a billion?[/quote]

win
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Male 5,194
>>Or it could be Bill`s or Bob`s or Dave`s she`s not a billion percent sure.

How can you be as old as me and not know a trillion > a billion?
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Male 491
Or it could be Bill`s or Bob`s or Dave`s she`s not a billion percent sure.
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Female 4,376
lol i love the womans face in the background.
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Male 454
I think her last name is funny. Oh, and just how many stupid Judge shows do we need? My answer:none!
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Female 231
This is why we do not own a television anymore; only computers.
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Male 37,732
Oh c`mon! Anything over 17 billion percent is just exaggeration!
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Male 5,094
Did anyone consider that I missed this on purpose? Nothing good on TV anymore.
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Female 2,549
& yet the lady sitting behind her is skeptical.
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Male 1,596
why do people have such an issue with saying "a hundred percent", a hundred not enough nowadays? that`s what `percent` means for christ`s sake; `out of a hundred`.
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Male 5,190
A trillion? Oh its gotta be.
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Male 1,523
Why isn`t my news this interesting. D:
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Male 1,931
I`ll believe her when she`s 3 Trillion Percent sure.
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Male 292
I like Jalapenos.
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Female 69
Rofl, Klapp.
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Male 169
Wait, so what`s the problem? If she`s so sure that the baby is her fiance`s, then what`s wrong?
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Female 2,352
The fiance is a trillion percent sure Stefanie is a whooore.
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Male 4,680
Blonde stereotypes were just set back 15 years.
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Female 446
Me thinks it`s 1 trillion percent sure she slept with the guy. About the poor little f * c k that was born by this woman...not so percentage sure.
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Male 509
if there`s even a possibility that it`s someone else then there`s something wrong... unless you weren`t with them when it was conceived
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Male 642
name sounds german even, so it definitely is correct
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Male 642
lol dumb nut.. Stefanie is just as good a name as Stephanie...

Same name, same origin, different environment, just like John and Johannes .. same thing
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Male 285
That name and how it is spelled just screams genius.
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Female 2,120
Well considering she can`t even spell Stephanie right...

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Male 20,131
Link: This Is What You`re Missing On TV, Part 3 [Pic] [Rate Link] - It`s the new fuzzy math you`ve been hearing about.
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