xkcd

<p>Who here reads it?</p>

<p>I love xkcd.</p>

<p>^ Haha, I didn't think you were the xkcd type Millancad! Though I suppose if you are going to MIT next year you are going to have to learn.</p>

<p>Really? I think of myself as rather xkcd-ish. But I find it complimentary that you don't.</p>

<p>^ If you asked the people applying for Linguistics at Christs' if they've heard of xkcd, the minority will have even heard of it. Whereas Maths at Trinity... There were a few xkcd T-shirts about the place (when I found out they made T-shirts I promptly bought myself a few haha)</p>

<p>favorite:</p>

<p>xkcd:</a> Dignified</p>

<p>^ Is it sad that I know exactly which one that is without even looking clicking the link. PS if you use that line in conversation you are immediately the most hilarious person in the room.</p>

<p>^^^Yeah, it is pretty mathy, but xkcd has made a couple of linguistics jokes. I have xkcd:</a> Computational Linguists save on my computer. Maybe there's just one actually. I think it's the more sentimental ones that really get me though.</p>

<p>^ xkcd is very math and computery. Abstruse Goose is the real mathy webcomic, and it is AMAZING.</p>

<p>Yank: I've definitely used it in conversation many times...and if the yearbook lets me, it's going to be my senior quote</p>

<p>^ It is among the greatest quotes of all time and it wins any argument. Long live Randall Monroe!</p>

<p>xkcd:</a> Purity</p>

<p>xkcd is the greatest website known to man</p>

<p>xkcd:</a> New Car</p>

<p>How about this one?</p>

<p>Stumbleupon always takes me there. Thus stumbleupon is the greatest site known to man, thriller.</p>

<p>I'm not mathy at all, and I find that site hilarious. It's really clever</p>

<p>Whenever I put a xkcd reference on my facebook, people have no idea what I'm talking about and it makes me sad. :(</p>

<p>xkcd:</a> Unscientific</p>

<p>love this thing</p>

<p>Love Zombie Feynman</p>

<p>xkcd <3</p>

<p>This is my all-time favorite: xkcd:</a> Cuttlefish :]
A cute one: xkcd:</a> Useless</p>

<p>All of my favorites are non-math related, unsurprisingly. Like [url=<a href="http://xkcd.com/152%5Dthis%5B/url"&gt;http://xkcd.com/152]this[/url&lt;/a&gt;] or [url=<a href="http://xkcd.com/285%5Dthat%5B/url"&gt;http://xkcd.com/285]that[/url&lt;/a&gt;] or any one with the guy with a hat.</p>