Shut up or they’ll make yours 7 or 13 ounces.

It could be 11 ounces instead of 13, just to mention it.

But I think the number refers rather to the thickness / area density. (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ounce#Fabric_weight)

(Forgot to add: so the rib could be any desired prime weight.)

I hate math teachers.

I love my math teacher. She told me to sit in the corner when I complained about being cold. She said it was 90 degrees over there.

~#

ba dum dish.

What problems do you have with my mother, huh? HUH?

I was kinda hoping this was a Transformer joke but this works equally well.

I was told there’d be no math!

“Sir, our restaurant only serves rib in the purest base 11 – in which both 12 and 16 are first-class primes”

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Shut up or they’ll make yours 7 or 13 ounces.

It could be 11 ounces instead of 13, just to mention it.

But I think the number refers rather to the thickness / area density. (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ounce#Fabric_weight)

(Forgot to add: so the rib could be any desired prime weight.)

I hate math teachers.

I love my math teacher. She told me to sit in the corner when I complained about being cold. She said it was 90 degrees over there.

~#

ba dum dish.

What problems do you have with my mother, huh? HUH?

I was kinda hoping this was a Transformer joke but this works equally well.

I was told there’d be no math!

“Sir, our restaurant only serves rib in the purest base 11 – in which both 12 and 16 are first-class primes”