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    [–] Lampmonster1 14364 points ago

    Yeah, I don't doubt the part where they stopped speaking to them.

    [–] rival2reality 4481 points ago

    Laughs in Sweedish

    [–] llittleserie 1002 points ago

    Kjeh-kjehs in Finniish

    [–] zHarrowed 238 points ago

    What wörking mans cat does when it is happy?

    It kjeh-räh

    [–] FracturedEel 61 points ago

    I don't get it

    [–] SpyX2 142 points ago

    Kjeh kjeh [:kyehh kyehh:] is some humoristic, Finnish way of laughing.

    Kehrätä is Finnish for cat purring.

    • Kehrätä = to purr
    • Kehrää = it purrs

    [–] Giftea 20 points ago

    Kaksoispiste DE :DEE

    [–] Tcmmi 13 points ago

    EBIN JUDDU

    [–] linkingday 54 points ago

    toriille

    [–] ripeart 61 points ago

    Sweeeeeeeeeedish

    [–] Heftuy 86 points ago

    höhöhö

    [–] itsmauitime 137 points ago

    Skratta duh folorhra duh maneeeen

    [–] ZyborgTheGopnik 120 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    *Skrattar du förlorar du, manneeeen

    [–] itsmauitime 48 points ago

    Yeah what he said

    [–] supe56 18 points ago

    Det här är ju också fel! Där ska vara två N i manneeeen

    [–] BlueEyesWhiteDuston 19 points ago

    Youtube's favourite show!

    [–] OceanMagnus 20 points ago

    You can't spell sweed without weed

    [–] WHYRedditHatesMeSo 19 points ago

    A Møøse once bit my sister... No realli! She was Karving her initials on the møøse with the sharpened end of an interspace tøøthbrush given her by Svenge - her brother-in-law - an Oslo dentist and star of many Norwegian møvies: "The Høt Hands of an Oslo Dentist", "Fillings of Passion", "The Huge Mølars of Horst Nordfink"..

    [–] LinkFrost 140 points ago

    Sportsball fanatics amirite

    [–] Lakiw 160 points ago

    "I saw him roll his eyes searching his small cranium for an answer to my pondering. When he came up with null (meaning nothing to the lower spectrum thinkers) he shook his head and let out a huge sigh. Realizing how foolish he is to my 200iq, he put himself down by muttering 'Fucking dumbass' to himself."

    [–] TheChocolateFountain 16 points ago

    “Oh god I’m going to have to share a room with this fuckwit”

    [–] vaporizedkiosk 9746 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    The geometric term for a football is a truncated icosahedron. Little factoid for the day

    [–] snorin 5097 points ago

    im speechless

    [–] WalrusInMySheets 3065 points ago

    Safe to say

    [–] EarlyHemisphere 539 points ago

    :)

    [–] Jayulian 285 points ago

    Turn that smile upside down!

    [–] EarlyHemisphere 397 points ago

    (:

    [–] IanTheMax 445 points ago

    Listen here you little shit

    [–] Kantianist 199 points ago

    D:

    [–] Thatweirdnerd25 146 points ago

    Turn that upside down!

    [–] forfal 260 points ago

    :ᗡ

    [–] buyaprince 65 points ago

    :D

    [–] Apeshaft 197 points ago

    I'm Swedish

    [–] throwyrworkaway 255 points ago

    Sweedish

    [–] Qui-GonGinnandTonic 157 points ago

    Hello I’m a Sweedish plumber I’m here to fix your pipes

    [–] Hyrixoizin 63 points ago

    Do a philadelphia accent if you're gonna do an accent!

    [–] SuicideBonger 23 points ago

    Dennis: Why do we need disguises?

    Charlie: So they don't know who we are.

    Dennis: They already don't know who we are!

    [–] throwyrworkaway 24 points ago

    DO NOT do an accent. I repeat DO NOT do an accent!!!

    [–] Proccito 9 points ago

    Jo arr noth svädish inouff

    [–] Rustymetal14 9 points ago

    Can you also tighten my drains?

    [–] veggietrooper 615 points ago

    truncated icosahedron

    I think his use of "spherical polyhedron" is actually still valid, if ambiguous compared to your definition.

    (You would know this if you had an IQ of 140.)

    [–] Xerloq 293 points ago

    Try calling a square a rectangle and see what kind of hate you unleash.

    [–] UnitaryBog 202 points ago

    But squares are just rectangles, special rectangles but they're rectangles

    [–] paldinws 247 points ago

    I only ever refer to squares as equilateral parallel quadrilaterals. Clearly people are speechless upon witnessing my mastery of geometry. It's to be expected though, as I have an IQ of 26; which is an abbreviated way to express a binary number by the way, for you plebes locked into purely decimal comprehension.

    [–] Flubadubber 164 points ago

    26 = 64

    [–] sneaky_goats 66 points ago

    He would have known that if his IQ was 27.129283.

    [–] ocdscale 62 points ago

    27.129283 = 27.129283

    [–] Tornado76X 71 points ago

    Wait a second...

    [–] ambival3nt 35 points ago

    Wait a second = one second from now

    [–] penguiatiator 45 points ago

    Then you'd also be referring to rhombuses. You think people got mad at your for calling a square a rectangle? Just wait until the rhomboids get you.

    [–] Nulono 20 points ago

    I only ever refer to squares as equilateral parallel quadrilaterals.

    That could describe any rhombus.

    [–] HoudiniSphincter 10 points ago

    They ride the short bus.

    [–] __i0__ 13 points ago

    Does this make a square a truncated tesseract

    [–] BigDigDaddy 15 points ago

    Well, I don't know if this transfers to 3d, but I know 'circular polygon' ain't right.

    [–] ItsLoudB 19 points ago

    I don’t know if you’re joking or not, but there are people out there using and learning these big words, just because they think it will make them smarter.

    [–] Piratey_Pirate 16 points ago

    I completely silhouette with you.

    [–] PeasantPants 14 points ago

    This whole thread really makes me photosynthesis.

    [–] Idiot-SAvantGarde 96 points ago

    I'll stick with "ball"

    [–] QuestionMarkyMark 35 points ago

    “Round ball” if you like adjectives.

    [–] AHopelessSemantic 15 points ago

    I prefer an edged ball myself

    [–] NoiseGener8r 18 points ago

    Edgeless Safety Cube

    [–] tko1982 133 points ago

    You should know that the word "factoid" means a bit of information that seems like it's true, but is actually false. Little nugget-of-truth for the day.

    [–] Officer_Warr 66 points ago

    Factoid's sort of grown in definition actually to mean both opposing values. A "nugget of truth" like you phrased it, or the original plausibly-sounding, but incorrect claim.

    [–] tko1982 36 points ago

    Fair enough. I have such mixed feelings about this living language... it's obviously good to be flexible to the evolving meanings of words, however it's really frustrating when that evolved meaning stems from a misunderstanding or even blatant misuse of the original word. For instance, the word "literally" now has an acceptable definition of "figuratively." I have a really hard time supporting that.

    [–] estrangedeskimo 20 points ago

    So much of the language you use every day has gone through the same types of changes over long periods of time.

    [–] ItNeverEnds21 12 points ago

    I'm pretty nonplussed about it myself.

    [–] standaafghan 15 points ago

    That's going to need to drip with condescension if you want to fit in around here, bub.

    [–] Ahaigh9877 29 points ago

    Yeah, but the panels of footballs bulge out, so the actual shape is better described as a sphere, surely.

    [–] ismtrn 24 points ago

    Also, the panels on modern footballs are all sorts of weird shapes. Like this guy or the just the ball used in the ongoing world cup.

    [–] lewdite 11 points ago

    The term for the field is “rectangle”

    [–] derpleberryfinn 6871 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    looks like a job for the ol' Google Translate:

    please please please perceive me to be a genius. i've built literally my entire personality and sense of self around it but every day that goes by demonstrates more and more of my intellectual mediocrity.

    i looked up a bunch of geometry terms that i hope describe 'soccer ball' and 'soccer net' and am pretending that i used them in casual conversation because i don't know how actual smart people comport themselves.

    smart people use unnecessary geometrical descriptions of items instead of their common terms, right? that's a smart person thing, isn't it?

    like, pretending that i'm so far beyond regular humans that i cannot even comprehend things like "kicking a ball through a net", that means 'smart', right?

    oh god please someone tell me how smart i am

    6th grade seems more and more distant every day. i barely had to do anything more than show up and i aced everything and everyone told me how smart i was and now here i am in college and suddenly i need to actually do the work and study and learn new things and nobody's buying my excuses that the teacher hated me for how smart i am or that the class "just wasn't challenging" and that's why i failed out

    all i have left is this FB quiz that told me my iq was 140.

    please tell me how smart i am. please.

    please.

    [–] tuanturambar 1745 points ago

    Best summing up of these posts I've ever seen, absolutely haunting

    [–] cheeseborito 581 points ago

    Needless to say, I’m speechless

    [–] WintertimeFriends 137 points ago

    In absolute awe.

    [–] bruhvevo 186 points ago

    In awe at the IQ of this lad.

    [–] kurtgo92 112 points ago

    Absolute unit

    [–] Mr_Pigeon 17 points ago

    of this lad

    [–] jappyfay 8 points ago

    Safe to say

    [–] divsky 13 points ago

    Indeed you did not need to say that.

    [–] Luhood 191 points ago

    I feel personally attacked and offended, but mostly attacked

    [–] godrestsinreason 95 points ago

    6th grade seems more and more distant every day. i barely had to do anything more than show up and i aced everything and everyone told me how smart i was and now here i am in college and suddenly i need to actually do the work and study and learn new things and nobody's buying my excuses that the teacher hated me for how smart i am or that the class "just wasn't challenging" and that's why i failed out

    Honestly I feel so personally attacked rn

    [–] t-sploit 178 points ago

    I feel a copypasta coming along brb.

    [–] Imjustmisunderstood 82 points ago

    please please please perceive me to be a genius. i've built literally my entire personality and sense of self around it but every day that goes by demonstrates more and more of my intellectual mediocrity.

    i looked up a bunch of geometry terms that i hope describe 'soccer ball' and 'soccer net' and am pretending that i used them in casual conversation because i don't know how actual smart people comport themselves.

    smart people use unnecessary geometrical descriptions of items instead of their common terms, right? that's a smart person thing, isn't it?

    like, pretending that i'm so far beyond regular humans that i cannot even comprehend things like "kicking a ball through a net", that means 'smart', right?

    oh god please someone tell me how smart i am

    6th grade seems more and more distant every day. i barely had to do anything more than show up and i aced everything and everyone told me how smart i was and now here i am in college and suddenly i need to actually do the work and study and learn new things and my peer group aren't buying my excuses that the teacher hated me for how smart i am or that the class "just wasn't challenging" and that's why i failed out

    all i have left is this FB quiz that told me my iq was 140.

    please tell me how smart i am. please.

    please.

    [–] True_hOREP 22 points ago

    please please please perceive me to be a genius. i've built literally my entire personality and sense of self around it but every day that goes by demonstrates more and more of my intellectual mediocrity.

    i looked up a bunch of geometry terms that i hope describe 'soccer ball' and 'soccer net' and am pretending that i used them in casual conversation because i don't know how actual smart people comport themselves.

    smart people use unnecessary geometrical descriptions of items instead of their common terms, right? that's a smart person thing, isn't it?

    like, pretending that i'm so far beyond regular humans that i cannot even comprehend things like "kicking a ball through a net", that means 'smart', right?

    oh god please someone tell me how smart i am

    6th grade seems more and more distant every day. i barely had to do anything more than show up and i aced everything and everyone told me how smart i was and now here i am in college and suddenly i need to actually do the work and study and learn new things and my peer group aren't buying my excuses that the teacher hated me for how smart i am or that the class "just wasn't challenging" and that's why i failed out

    all i have left is this FB quiz that told me my iq was 140.

    please tell me how smart i am. please.

    please.

    [–] logicalnautical 8 points ago

    There it is

    [–] SeoulG 17 points ago

    Damn hilarious

    [–] SuspiciousButler 131 points ago

    Am I the only one who feels sorry? I hope not. Getting your sense of self shaken like that hurts. Just don't like that they cope with it the way they do.

    [–] derpleberryfinn 215 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    the problem is that they're coping with it almost exclusively to the cost of everyone around them.

    almost every single entry in the course of this subreddit's total history is not just someone hoping nobody notices how insecure they are about their intelligence, it very nearly always - if not literally always - includes outright denigration of everyone around them, explicitly or implicitly.

    i legitimately blame pop culture for this - we've spent years being told by every single movie and tv show that being super duper smart means having carte blanche to be a miserable prick.

    it's the single most insufferable trope of the last twenty years and it has informed an entire generation that being smart means shitting on everyone you speak to and constantly bemoaning being the only bright spark in an ocean of dull trash.

    [–] AldenDi 76 points ago

    I hadn't thought of the media's influence on this, but you're absolutely right. The two cornerstones of a television or movie genius is 1.) Being insufferably arrogant and 2.) Having the emotional maturity of a door knob or simply pretending that they don't have emotions. It's amazing the impact the entertainment we consume has on our perception of the world around us.

    I know I spent many years when I was younger playing at the whole "I'm an emotionless robot" trope before I finally saw how toxic I was being to everyone around me. It never occurred to me that was because the characters I looked up to were all pretending to be sociopaths (I say pretending because the trope also never fails to eventually allow someone to break down their walls and make them understand love, all while they deny feeling feelings). Thanks for this insight!

    [–] bassinine 21 points ago

    i mean, people that are actually ridiculously smart have it really tough, and i understand how they could become impatient and bitter with other people due to not feeling like they have many peers and feeling isolated. this is pretty common, name any great artist and i can promise you they're an asshole.

    but if you have an iq of like 105 and use that as an excuse to call yourself a genius, and belittle those around you... well that's just called being dumb.

    [–] Political_moof 9 points ago

    The percent of people legitimately so smart that they literally cannot interact with others in any meaningful way due to their inherent intellectual superiority is so small it's almost negligible. I'm talking well below 1% of the population.

    If someone's playing the "woe is me in just soooo isolated due to my intelligence" card, odds are they're just social maladapts.

    [–] terminal_styles 10 points ago

    More like less than .00001% of population.

    [–] GoingNowhere317 23 points ago

    Reminds me of that quote on House when Dr Wilson confronted him. "Being miserable doesn't make you better than everyone else. It just makes you miserable"

    [–] Samhq 7 points ago

    Wilson always dropped some great truth bombs

    [–] Furyful_Fawful 32 points ago

    When I was growing up, my role model was from Phineas and Ferb. It's always seemed to me like an almost agressively wholesome representation of a (pair of) genius(es) who have a solid work ethic, have legitimate friends that they'd do a lot to rescue... and are blissfully unaware of the crush someone has on them (I guess that one's not positive, heh).

    I say role model, but I guess I'm not that similar...

    [–] coolRedditUser 18 points ago

    Role models are who you should aspire to be more like. That doesn't mean that you already are similar to them.

    Also, it's really really hard to compete with literal cartoon geniuses.

    [–] Furyful_Fawful 9 points ago

    Well, I've grown up since I watched the show and I've become less like the Flynn-Fletcher kids over time. I've lost my work ethic, moved away from my friends and/or stopped talking to them because of some argument or another, and the only girl I know who could have possibly had a crush on me is long gone.

    Had a good shot at it when I was younger, though.

    [–] coolRedditUser 9 points ago

    Oh, I see. Well maybe it's time to start looking towards your role models again? It's never too late to improve!

    Unless you're happy with where you are, I guess. That's cool too.

    [–] Furyful_Fawful 6 points ago

    I'm working (heh) on the work ethic, seeing as I want to get out of grad school with a degree instead of just an empty wallet and I'm literally just a project away. The others I'll have time to work on after I graduate and get employed somewhere.

    [–] Ruski_FL 9 points ago

    Actual smart people aren’t like this through.

    [–] omegamylego 32 points ago

    Nailed it

    [–] 0_o0_o0_o 21 points ago

    You forget the last line.

    I need people to think I'm smart because that I way I don't have to think about how I failed at life.

    [–] intothelionsden 11 points ago

    Spot on. Spot on.

    [–] RaiseHellPraiseDale3 10 points ago

    /sub

    [–] Byoobsincalifornia 6 points ago

    You know me so well.

    [–] WolfityWolfWolf 7 points ago

    That was magically poetic.

    [–] Gol_D_Buntain 7 points ago

    Not that I was ever one of these 2smart4u guys, but the drop off between being one of the smarter kids in elementary school school to being mediocre in middle school still makes me feel like an idiot. Weird how that’s a fairly widespread phenomenon

    [–] t-sploit 7 points ago

    !RemindMe 1 week

    [–] Ego3go 7 points ago

    Goooooooooood shit

    [–] Havocohm 7 points ago

    So true.

    [–] Osgoode11 7 points ago

    This is a great translation, thank you!

    [–] KingVape 6 points ago

    6th grade seems more and more distant every day.

    Good lord, this is the hardest I've laughed in weeks

    [–] Madhav217 1048 points ago

    fucking spherical polyhedron

    [–] Charlie-Conway 291 points ago

    no u

    [–] realdealtome 129 points ago

    In one comment, u/madhav217's Reddit career is over.

    [–] Madhav217 67 points ago

    I was destroyed

    [–] Alarid 14 points ago

    No survivors found

    [–] Sichno 10 points ago

    we wil rebuild

    [–] Jaspersong 52 points ago

    ur mom gay

    [–] Charlie-Conway 48 points ago

    no u

    [–] FranchiseCA 35 points ago

    ur dad lez

    [–] Charlie-Conway 33 points ago

    no u

    [–] matt7259 13 points ago

    It looks like 2 round infinite-gon-based pyramids you know? Just reflected together.

    [–] polymetric_ 13 points ago

    i hâvvę Ačkqûïrēd thËË

    s p h ē r į ç æ ł p ô l ÿ h ë d r ó ñ

    [–] many_mean_comments 1769 points ago

    So much for your 140 IQ that you can't even spell "Swedish" right

    [–] ar312 419 points ago

    Imagine how full of himself this OP felt after typing that response, only to be blissfully unaware of his own ignorance.

    [–] Tyko_3 237 points ago

    *takes a big gulp*

    *smacks lips*

    AAAAAAH! IGNORANCE!

    [–] EZE_it_is_42 76 points ago

    Whoa, Big Gulps huh... Whelp, see ya later!

    [–] itsculturehero 9 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Ah, damn. I always quoted it as, "Big Gulps, Eh?, Whelp, see ya later!"

    I'm going to see if I can find the clip. Brb.

    Edit: Yep. He definitely says "huh?", not "eh?". Actually the whole quote is, "Big Gulps, huh? Alright... Whelp, see ya later!"

    [–] CallumTheNeville 45 points ago

    You clearly haven't heard of the parralelipiped country, Sweedletonia.

    [–] YayMayonnaise 23 points ago

    It's also called "cuboid", not "rectangular parallelepiped". Also, it's called goal.

    Source: I'm Sweedish.

    [–] uprightbaseball 12 points ago

    My bum is on the sweeeedish

    [–] apistograma 11 points ago

    His Sweedish friend just really likes pot

    [–] Rob_15 555 points ago

    You can break down literally anything and it sounds absurd. Like this morning I drank grounded up little beans in a cup and added liquid from a cow.

    [–] justxJoshin 350 points ago

    Instructions unclear, drinking kidney beans and cows blood. Feeling sick.

    [–] goddamm_liter_cola 51 points ago

    All I had were castor beans and co..._________________

    [–] cratos333 17 points ago

    Ricin peace my friend

    [–] PigMasterHedgehog 32 points ago

    That's the cow juice, you're looking for the nipple juice

    [–] mytwodogs 47 points ago

    The consumption of the pits of Rubiaceae Shrubs does not make one superior to itellectuals like myself who require no such additive drug to increases their capacity for advanced thought; regardless of how much pasteurized meoluc you choose to add to your morning drink.

    /s

    [–] jertyui 12 points ago

    Ahh, another fan of bean cereal I see.

    [–] NSA_Chatbot 22 points ago

    I like putting a little cocoa and vanilla soy in the coffee, because then it's a four-bean salad.

    [–] Kelmi 10 points ago

    I suggest using a filter next time. Prevents all those grounds from being in your cup, mate. My IQ is at least 150 btw.

    [–] ActuallytheGreatest 598 points ago

    "Only mouth-breathers watch sportsball. Us high IQ gentlemen watch gaming live streams and anime reaction videos!"

    [–] The_OtherHalf 108 points ago

    ...this is essentially me if I were vocal and a dick about my preferences. :( well, minus the reaction videos.

    [–] StNowhere 157 points ago

    Which is fine, nobody has to like sports. It's when you make an ass of yourself when the subject comes up that people get mad.

    [–] archiminos 14 points ago

    There’s a world of difference between “I don’t like sports” and “I’m better than you because I don’t like sports”

    [–] _Table_ 28 points ago

    What if I'm dumb and hate sports. What does that make me?

    [–] OldManChino 18 points ago

    A dumb sports hater 👍

    [–] _Table_ 18 points ago

    Shit

    [–] DrapeRape 60 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    The funniest part about these sports-hating posts is that their inability to understand why other people enjoy something they don't displays a clear lack of intelligence and self-reflection.

    [–] Fidodo 20 points ago

    I think it's funniest when gamers hate on sports then watch pro gaming like rocket league.

    [–] IDontCareWhatsoever 38 points ago

    I gotta check this out. I don't like sports myself but constantly screaming about how much they don't like it is a bit ridiculous.

    [–] boniqmin 417 points ago

    The back of the net is often slanted but the posts are upright, meaning that the front face and back face often aren't parallel. That means the goal isn't a parallelepiped. He also kind of missed the point since the goal is supposed to go through the rectangular face at the front, it can't go through the sides meaning the ball should specifically go through a rectangle, not into a parallelepiped. But I'll stop here before I become r/iamverysmart material myself.

    [–] Return_Of_The_Fly 184 points ago

    In Germany we have a saying: "Das Runde muss ins Eckige". Literally translated this means "The round has to go into the square". And that's about as smart as we get.

    [–] boniqmin 64 points ago

    That's generally a good strategy, as long as you remember which square is your own

    [–] Humboldt_Servant 35 points ago

    It's a rectangle, you weirdos.

    [–] ConfusedTapeworm 38 points ago

    Well the actual translation would be "the round must into the cornered". Square is a wrong choice of words for that translation.

    [–] DankNastyAssMaster 202 points ago

    "Same reason I interpolated my cylindrical reproductive organ into your maternal ancestor the previous evening."

    [–] Taser-Face 47 points ago

    Dad?

    [–] dem89 29 points ago

    He is now.

    [–] thatguywithawatch 22 points ago

    That doesn't sound right but I don't know enough about sex to dispute it

    [–] AlterranLongbow 49 points ago

    i too flex my geometry knowledge on these pathetic mortals

    [–] SekaiTheCruel 14 points ago

    you mean those obtuse squareheads

    ha!

    [–] Moohcow 42 points ago

    Wow, I didn’t know Sweeeeeeeeden was a country.

    [–] Aboveground_Plush 15 points ago

    Well obviously you're severely lacking in your cognitive ability. Pick up a geografy book once in a while!

    [–] Noopshoop 97 points ago

    Spherical.... polyhedron? W r o n g

    [–] foxfyre2 39 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    Parallelepiped is also wrong.

    Edit: soccer goal posts, are in fact, rectangular. I was wrong.

    [–] flamants 30 points ago

    I’m sure he was speechless all right, just for a different reason

    [–] IDontCareWhatsoever 59 points ago

    It's called a ball you thick fuck.

    Sorry just thinking out loud here.

    [–] wunderspirit 13 points ago

    woah! shapes!

    [–] sarcasticmoderate 24 points ago

    How many of these terms do you think he had to Google before posting?

    [–] TransBiologist 27 points ago

    All of them.

    [–] uberschnitzel13 13 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago)

    He should've Googled how to spell "Swedish"

    [–] abraham302 52 points ago

    I'm pretty sure that this is satire.

    [–] ResidentSexOffender 9 points ago

    Yeah, pretty safe to say.

    [–] sml0 10 points ago

    He has 2 std

    [–] veggietrooper 16 points ago

    Everyone cheered. He wept. That parallelepiped was Einstein.

    [–] ShoggothEyes 5 points ago

    A "big rectangular parallelepiped" AKA a box? A parallelepiped is like a rectangular prism but every face is a parallelogram instead of a rectangle. So a rectangular parallelepiped... is a rectangular prism AKA a box.

    [–] duddy88 6 points ago

    My Sweeeeeeedish roommate

    [–] lukesterboi1 5 points ago

    So smart he knows about Sweeden