It was radical
I mean that's just not rational.
"It's the numbers you use to call your imaginary girlfriend."
Because they always make sound decisions.
Perfect 10, but purely imaginary.
It was a loco motive.
[Looking over cart full of TP]
Me: "Nice to meet you Rationing, I'm Hoarding"
To protest the Unagi Ration.
Half of what I say makes sense
Only a fraction of people would get this.
After all, they're sub-optimal.
It wasn’t a very rational decision though.
Alliter o' rations.
But he is being rationed to one bowl a day right now and he already had his today. So when he asked me for more just now, I told him he couldn't because he's on cornantine.
I responded "I guess you can say he was only here for a fraction of the class." my classmates are not happy with me.
With Tac-taco rations
I've been hardcore PMSing lately, so I made brownies. I messed up the recipe somehow so, rationally, I started crying because I really wanted homemade brownies.
He walks in, hugs me, and says babe, it's okay. You're ovary-acting.
The show had a section about pi. My wife said something about it didn't make sense.
I responded, "It is not supposed to be rational."
I totally believe in parenting similar to Calvin's father. As such, when my 6 year old son came to me and asked me why his index finger was shorter than his middle, I rationally explained to him that it had to be shorter because he'd poke his brain when he picked his nose.
It's been 3 weeks and he still believes me. :D
I am on the city council and we had a workshop about why utility rates are lower inside the city compared to outside.
It came down to this:
Prefacing that I was a dad so I had to say it: I suggested the rational wasn't the most sound since "just because every other city jumped off a bridge, it didn't mean I wasn't going to jump off a bridge."
Mixture of groans and laughter.
Only a fraction of the people will get this joke