First off, I lied about being an ethnic way before I came into the rdramasphere as I was involved in a lib larp, and had to convince people that I wasn't racist. One user managed to almost discover the truth, but gave up
Two, my age is far different from it actually is, as if i say my actual age I would be made fun of
Also Ive turned into a MASSIVE rightoid ever since some events a few months ago. The only reason you dont hear about it is cuz im reserved with that sorta stuff and if I state my real opinions I would get chud awarded to heck
I basically lied about everything I do irl, so yuh
- usernaw : snopes: misleading. op wants you to facedoxx and thats why theyre downvoting him
#BoycottZara currently has 100k+ tweets. Mission successful!
Incredible to see, you won't believe what just happened. Carp uses mere words, "just words", and absolutely dominates Homocracy and will not relent.
Is this for the Cyan Blue Badmin rulers of the Gays? Or will he stand his ground on this fine peaceful Sunday to stop the Red Menace?
!metashit observe the power of words, behold the might of the FISH
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- whyareyou : Animal cruelty
Curious ain't it
I just told my 10 year about the war in Israel, and she did the Wakanda pose and said 'gazakanda forever'. Now thats a pop culture crossover I can celebrate
- CREAMY_EGG_NOG_ORGASM : Art-cels are subhuman
When my boyfriend (27) sees an equation, he solves it from left to right, usually giving him an incorrect answer. When I ask him why he doesn't use bedmas (Brackets Exponents Division Multiplication Addition Subtraction), he tells me that there are multiple possible answers. He's very smart otherwise but I just can't believe I'm with someone who adds numbers before multiplying. Is this a big red flag?
Because no one outside of school expects you to use bedmas so they just do it from left to right.
Real world example, how I was told to calculate how many boxes I stacked on pallets per shift.
Number of stacks of boxes per pallet * number of pallets - number of stacks that were already stacked on it from last shift * number of boxes per stack
10 * 6 - 4 * 5 with bedmas = 40
Clearly wrong. With 10 stacks of boxes per pallet, 6 pallets, 4 stacks from the last shift and 5 boxes per stack I've actually moved 280 boxes. But if you do it step by step
10 * 6 = 60
60 - 4 = 56
56 * 5 = 280
The fact a phone will give you the wrong answer here is why we're told explicitly to use the dumb calculator provided
inb4: Just bracket it bro!
Then it becomes ((10 * 6. - 4. * 5 which is easier to fat finger and over all less readable