Lets start the day off right with victorious photos (32 Photos)

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  • http://www.last.fm/user/mutiilator Brand_n

    If you're a cat-lover you should have worries other than being offended by a picture…

  • equalizermax

    #3 – Best thing Ever!

  • Bdrizzle

    Jermaine, there is no way the math comes out correctly with the teachers logic. It still took 10 minutes to cut A BOARD into 2 pieces, meaning it would take her another 10 minutes to cut 1 more board. If it said, "It took Marie 10 minutes to cut 2 boards, at the same rate of cutting how long would it take Marie to cut a 3rd board" then the answer would be 5 minutes per board.

  • Coldzilla

    You "love cats" ? o.0

    Now I'M offended!


  • Adam

    #16 should be 20 minutes. Cutting a board into 2 pieces means cutting it ONCE. So, that would mean each cut would take 10 minutes. I am drunk, however, and I've been known to be wrong while drunk…

  • tbj0884@aol.com

    #30 I know this spot. This guy always dresses up like a witch. It’s Santiago De Compostela in Galicia Spain. It’s really an enchanted city

  • Libertariandude

    Sadly I doesn't live in Minneapolis, otherwise Mr. Wanket would have a new client.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000036746346 Cody Symes

    @ #16… Those that can't do… Well, you get it…

  • http://www.facebook.com/toby.fairchild Toby Fairchild

    In # 16 the teacher confused "number of pieces" with "number of cuts". The incorrect logic of the teacher is that if it took 10 min to produce 2 pieces then it would take 10 min + (.5*10 min) to produce 3 pieces. The faulty logic was when it took 10 min to produce 2 pieces that it must have taken 5 minutes per piece. Clearly the teacher didn't think the problem or question through.

  • Skedaddle

    #9- I guess nobody's gonna steal that fence now….

    #8- classic.

    #26- meanwhile in Pakistan….

  • Underhill

    I hope the fire-fighters in #26 have a ticket on the express bus out of town.

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