Thursday, September 28, 2006

Can't see over the dashboard.

5 comments:

famjaztique said...

This one is hilarious. I'm no granny, but this was me in my SAAB a few years back. When I bought another car, it was amazing! I could see over the steering wheel! What a concept.

Anonymous said...

This is showing the intersection of the set of curbs with the set of red lights with the set of children.

So in other words its things which *are* children, which also *are* curbs, which also happen to be red lights.

Math humor is only funny if the math is valid.

alaina lynne said...

10 points Gramma!

Sara said...

Being a Gramma of sorts, I might have questioned this one a few months back. But, I was driving through a parking lot and a very small, very old Gramma in a cadillac backed right into me without ever looking back. SMASH!
Two morals to this story:
1. cadillacs can do DAMAGE to Nissans.
2. WATCH OUT FOR GRAMMAs!

Anonymous said...

"This is showing the intersection of the set of curbs with the set of red lights with the set of children.

So in other words its things which *are* children, which also *are* curbs, which also happen to be red lights.

Math humor is only funny if the math is valid."

No, Venn diagram overlaps show what different things have in common. So what red lights, children, and curbs all have in common is that Granny in her Cadillac can't see them.

 
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