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Kids got Pwned. Life lesson Number 3456, geeks can Pwned you, somtimes without even trying.

What would he have said if M&M's were a little bigger?

1320,76389 or 1321, or 1320?

WRONG! There are clearly 22 m&m's in the jar. Geez... :3

yes!

Umm... The packaging is a depiction of insanely large m&ms. A fun fact: 1 Danish krone is enough to by half of an m&m, aka an "n"

@Zylar:

lol, 22 is correct. you win an m&m!

I think he underguessed by 7 m&m's.

There IS 1330 m&ms? Really?

It should be 1337.

Just a joke...

the simple way to know how m&m's are there in it is to count it all ! by making the calculation in ml, % we wont get a confirm answer. like here i can see that there are 22.

the simple way to know how m&m's are there in it is to count it all ! by making the calculation in ml, % we wont get a confirm answer. like here i can see that there are 22.

the simple way to know how m&m's are there in it is to count it all ! by making the calculation in ml, % we wont get a confirm answer. like here i can see that there are 22.

Then there's Adrian Monk's method: Count the boxes in the trash, multiply the number of boxes by the m&ms per box, subtract two dozen that the guy who put them in the jar ate, and you are within about five of the right number...

Every method is suitable for teaching, as long as it remain understood by the students , safe and sound. Very interesting and funny. I am sure that the funny side make it lighter to be ingested.