Wednesday, 27 October 2004
In one dictionary, the word "cute" is defined as "ugly but adorable".
Some guy told me "you're adorable" over the weekend, after I cracked some lame-ass jokes (as I always do).
Well, what can I say? "Thanks mister, did you just call me "cute but ugly" in so many words? Logically, that sounds about right. But mathematically, I think we can debate. Based on the simple algebraic equation:
If, cute = ugly + adorable, then adorable = cute - ugly, ugly = cute - adorable and so on and so forth.
But then, that doesn't sound quite right. How can "ugly" be "cute but not adorable"? That's an oxymoron.
Ok, algebra is out. We need to use sets and subset.
Ugly and Adorable are both a subset of Cute. So, in a population of Cute, we have Ugly union Adorable.
Ok...nevermind, I can hear people snoring already. Thanks alot guys. Would you like some Ridilin (TM) to go with that ADD your are suffering from?