I can't stop coming to conclusions.
I asked my nephew how old his dad was and he replied "six". I said how can he only be six if you're six?
He said "because he's only been a dad since I was born"
Am I right???
Seems like its a... Logical thing to do
He needed some presents of mind
Dad: Who's this?
Dad: Makes sense.
My SO and I were discussing getting a new car, and she recommends getting the car in her name. My son cracks this one in the back seat:
"Mom the car Whitaker...that's a weird name."
My professor had taught us about these doohickeys called multiplexers, which we sometimes also call "data selectors," in a previous lecture.
At the next lecture we had a review: he would draw a symbol and we would shout out what it represented, and he was hamming it up, acting like a game show host.
He drew a multiplexer on the board and asked the class, "what's this?" "A multiplexer!" some students called out. "Right! Now," says the prof, "what is another word for 'multiplexer'?" "A data selector!" someone answers correctly. But he looks like the student just blew the million-dollar question. "Hmm... 'a data selector'... no, I'm afraid not—that's three words!"
His two young kids have probably learned not to ask him about what he teaches.
It's only "urine" until you pee, then it's "urout".
I can't stop coming to conclusions