... I call this, the Jesterean Theorem.
Most Helpful Girl
The crux of this joke lies in the fact that English uses some particular terms for mathematics that also bears resemblance to terms in everyday use with slight change in meaning.
Money is the root of all evil. This is a trite adage with a niche context, but the word use and order and syntax resemble the mathematical linguistic expression X = sqr (Y), where X is substituted for Money and Y is substituted for All Evil.
In any case, this is not the Jesterean theorem, because this joke has been used again and again on the 'net.1
Most Helpful Guy
It is never about needing her.
it is about wanting her.
I am going through a struggle now.
Since the divorce I didn't want from the woman I was with 25 years and love more then anything on earth, other then my kids, I find myself going back and forth.
A part of me will never trust a woman again. I also enjoy being on my own now.
But it is also really lonely. And I know I would be a lot happier with someone.
You can't replace the amazing feeling of a woman's touch.
so do I keep trying to find the exception to the rule? or do I get a dog and stay alone. I have dated 13 women in the last year and a half. I just ended an 8 month relationship. I just don't know...1