Math = Snakes

Submitted by: DickenMcHunt 6 years ago Entertainment

YouTube user illustrates mathematical principals through doodles.
There are 61 comments:
Female 1,356
:-O
girl talks way too fast...
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Male 1
she just talks too fast... what little bit i did understand was interesting
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Female 149
i actually found this very useful
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Male 427
It did sound remarkably like Felicia Day. Also, most interesting and cool video I`ve seen in a long time.
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Male 182
@Trojan

Have you tried listening? It`s all explained in the video.
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Female 404
still so super duper lost
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Male 511
How the hell is any of that related to math or graphs?
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Male 5,413
She does sound like Felcia Day haha XD
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Male 47
Pretty sweet. Her voice and talking style reminded me of Felicia Day.
Gonna be drawing doodles the rest of the day.
Rare to get an IAB entry that goes beyone the duration for boredom killing you can do yourself.
Like an IAB tutorial...
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Male 286
You watched a video on math, Sadly your knowledge of mathematics was not high enough to understand
+0 Intelligence points
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Male 1,016
a mumbling fast talker !!!!
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Male 528
Wait....girls can be hyper-analytical geeks too?

I went through this video believing the creator to be a 13 year-old boy, and didn`t believe her when she mentioned college.

My god, I may not be alone forever after all!
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Male 535
is this some kinda video you need insider knowledge for? cuz I have absolutely no idea what she`s talking about and her mumbling is barely understandable
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Male 2,388
well that was fun started to freak out when she said I was her and had to check my underwear for a name tag
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Male 1,834
this entertained me
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Male 480
I actually laughed out loud when she said "Serpentagram"
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Female 582
"She should have said "Snakes on a plane...PUN INTENDED""


WIN!! SO MUCH WIN!
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Male 462
She should have said "Snakes on a plane...PUN INTENDED"
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Male 633
it`s like a lady version of yahtzee.
i think i`m in teh loves.
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Male 757
lol i draw endless amounts of these things in english, history, chemistry,and biology :P my teachers hate me because i always end up having to ask for paper cuz all my paper is covered in random poo
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Female 185
Meth may be fun, but its still bad
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Male 3,431
Not just math, but Geometry. Good stuff, M.C. Escher would be proud.
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Male 25,416
meh...
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Male 155
HERD IT
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Female 3,001
i turned my speakers way up, and heard no farting at 3.05
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Male 263
Wow, she does fart at 3:05. Good ears!!
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Male 117
@TokioKoos: no it was supposed to be like that, it was a pun, proof is a math term. although looking back it wasn`t that funny
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Male 1,744
i`m never going to learn anything in class again

and lost it at "one [snake] is speaking parceltongue and the other is speaking Python", lol, computer languages ftw!
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Male 4,793
"at 3:05 she farts... "

how the hell do you find that sht.
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Male 1,451
This isn`t really mathematical at all... She says if you alternate under/over it always "works" well it doesn`t matter if you alternate or not, it`s not like part of the snake/rope/line going over then over again doesn`t "work"

And she needs to slow down. I can kinda follow what`s going on but the overall speed really makes her "point" get lost in rambling.
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Male 576
at 3:05 she farts...
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Male 2,748
math can be cool... but you actually have to look for it lmao
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Male 749
If you`re already familiar with graph theory and topology, you`ll realize just how awesome this video is. But I doubt too many people are even aware of these branches of mathematics. My advice, smile and nod knowingly.
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Female 412
@walkrunfly: I guess you prove guys suck at languages.
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Male 336
hahaha, that was cool.
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Male 1,222
Its tales of mere existence but with a girl, too complicated and always thinking about dicks ("snakes")
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Male 588
If this manner of speech works for a certain game reviewer, it doesn`t mean it`ll work for you. Subtitles would be more acceptable, maybe even make it watchable.
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Male 3,619
Did not learn a thing today...
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Female 4,039
@Freddyferret - LOL - agree 100%. Sheesh.
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Male 117
... i guess this proofs girls can`t do math...:)
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Male 5,013
I hate how she talk. She kinda cut my breath earing this speed and no pause talking.
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Male 3,915
so....someone explain how that had anything to do with math other than like...geometry....

otherwise that just went right over my head...
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Male 5,194
Answers to question at 1:45 - the two on the left are hyperbolic knots, the one on the right is a torus knot.
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Male 628
Loved it
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Male 11,740
I couldn`t stand to listen to her for more than 30 seconds. She needs a shirt that says "Help, I`m talking and I can`t shut up."

Try taking a breath.
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Male 7,585
that was fun
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Male 754
What an awful voice. Like fingernails on a blackboard.
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Male 1,587
bacon pie... were you setting yourself up??

holy crap... I kinda want to do this but I`m really confused... haha
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Male 247
uh, collegebound? good luck there.
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Female 2,674
I think I love her.
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Male 4,746
Excellent! Faith in humanity slowly being restored!
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Male 1,548
I love this. Math is fun, but math class is terrible, because no math teacher is competent enough to teach it.
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Male 2,422
I love you.
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Female 7
I love art and I love math! Arth-gasm!
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Male 2,688

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Male 3,061
this is how women talk when men are not around...they never shut the drat up!
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Female 1,589
I wish she was my math teacher. All I do is doodle in class. If she could tell me that my doodles were math, then I`m sure I would have taken more of an interest in it in school...thus not fail.
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Male 67
I just lost a half hour going through her videos. Very nice.
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Male 3,076
:-/ Backing slowly away from the computer...
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Male 3,745
:|

wuht?
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Male 1,299
Link: Math = Snakes [Rate Link] - YouTube user illustrates mathematical principals through doodles.
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