You’ll know it when you see it.

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6 Responses to You’ll know it when you see it.

  1. Laminar says:

    Kids suck.

  2. Thebes says:

    “This kinda thing won’t stop until pictionary bans windmills.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    The y axis could be just about anything, actually.

    You don’t need a specific item of sorts for a lot of your diagrams. Most of your indexes are deeply engrossed with American culture.

    Maybe you should consider editing these figures so that maybe it can be understood internationally, especially Asians. Yes, we love humourous charts as much as you do. Nevertheless, this graph is easily interpreted by many.

    I always start to feel shy whenever kids are around when I’m playing my PSP. “I’m 22, goddamit. Is this the example of a responsible adult? Raging over the loss of a final round?”, would be the thoughts running in my head.

  4. MarkH says:

    Wouldn’t the plot be a step function, high before n=1 child, drops sharply at n=1, then slowly *rises* as more kids are added?

  5. justmike says:

    You dirty, dirty girl!

  6. Matte says:

    Having played Striptionary before in my life, I can truly understand this!

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