I don't get it
@Boner Forest, *refers to gif*
@Boner Forest, Joke or reference. . }Woosh. Your Head
@Boner Forest, THAT WAS THE JOKE ALL ALONG!!! MWAHAHAHAHAAAA
@Boner Forest, the joke went over your head
@Boner Forest, Despite the overwhelming complexity of this gif, I believe I understand the underlying meaning after a couple of hours of research. Clearly, if we were to plot a super realistic head on an x-y coordinate plane, with the base of the head being at any x=n, where n is any number, then you can create some sort of curve over the head. The maximum of this curve, labeled "woosh" on curve "joke/reference," will always mathematically be at the same x value as the head, but will have a y value significantly higher than your head. Such is the basic laws of mathematics.
@airguitarpro, but as the limit of 'woosh' goes to zero, what is the change in value of he 'joke/reference' with respect to the head?
@Boner Forest, I believe that the change in value of the 'joke reference' can be calculated by finding the derivative of the curve. This would give you the velocity at which the 'woosh' travels across the curve 'joke/reference,' thus, giving how fast 'woosh' goes over the head.
@Boner Forest, Yeah but Whoosh
@Boner Forest, I do...
Nothing goes over my head, my reflexes are too good. I will catch it
@Stewyblue, I was gonna do that. When you trie your best, but you don't, succseeeeeeeeed
@heavenly potato, If you love me, you let me goooooo
@Stewyblue, are you Tim Howard?
@Stewyblue, *too fast
@MrWonka, this is gospel
@Stewyblue, but could things go under your feet?
Don't do math kids....makes you a wiseass
Label your fvcking axes
I can use this so much now.
I turned my phone upside down because I was so over it.