Someone give this kid a medal
He must be at the store.
@Towel, I'm pretty sure that says Jarred...
Wow! I miss Jamal! I think he got fired from the store.
6. Where are you now? "I'm at the store."
First comment sucks.
Silly Jamal, your not in school, your at the store!
I tried this today. It doesnt really work on Algebra homework
grade a smart ass
Hah cleaver I guess :P
What has been your greatest accomplishment so far? Being at the store
I guess Jamal went to school in between his breaks of going to the store.
Test taking level: below asian but above expert
@Towel, God dammit, one comment before mine
Thesneakingbunny: Test taking level is Jamal.
Hardest. Homework. EVAR.
Thats a good boy.
It's the name that's funny. Such a coincidence.
Looks like we got a badass on our hands
How can Jamal be fired? He's the life of the party.
This guys a genius!!!
You are my hero.
Is that kids name Jamal?!
I know who Jamal is but please remind me how he left. I don't remember and this kid would make a great troll.
I always do homework like this.
Quick, store manager, get over here and look at this! Jamal was in school the entire time…
Question 4 and Question 5 = PARADOX
@JustSuckedEmily Similar to circular reasoning, a paradox is a logical statement or group of statements that lead to a contradiction or a situation which (if true) defies logic or reason. Now because the two questions in no way contradict each other, they do not equal a paradox. Mindf**ked.
I get in trouble when I do stuff like that
^Ahh, I see where you are confused. You believe because the two questions are intertwined with each other in a non-chronological order that this somehow unravels a paradox of sorts. This is in fact untrue, since a paradox must contain two opposing statements. And although the two answers Jamal wrote for questions 4 & 5 are in relation to each other, they do not state in anyway how one answer may not be possible. I also noticed how you mentioned "the question above said the question below was old and boring". The proper writing of this statement should actually be "the question BELOW said the question ABOVE was old and boring". Thus, your argument is invalid.
I hate B days. -_-
Lmao at Q. #3
haven't we already seen this?
Fail??? Or win O.o
@soffish scratch that test taking level: Jamal. Above all. Even Asian.
Fuçk, you shïting failed
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Sorry to rain on yalls parade but i dont think this is that funny
Yay I can comment!!!!
^But you are wrong. (INTERNET ARGUMENT! :D) I said paradox because he said that the next question was new and awesome, but the question above said the question below was old and boring. Thus creating. A paradox.
If I was a teacher he'd be getting an A+++
Paperwork, your doing it right
I did something like this once, got a zero
Dammit Jamal why you so clever
U can't do homework at the store
That was funny..
I do this so many times...
Wow your so funny