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So, put the guys together in the same plane, perpendicular the girl and you get a threesome? And they become right?

Although it'd be a straight threesome.

Ahhh 2 wrongs DO make a right :D

It took a few seconds for this to register - then ARRRGH. Have you no shame?

So, the logic professor said, "Two negatives make a positive. But it is never true that two positives make a negative."

The student replied, "Yeah, right!"

Several years ago, I gave a toast at my uncle's wedding about how marriage is the concept of having two congruent complements making it right. Everybody gave me a hard time for that.

Math Geek: you could have used Donne's "A Valediction Forbidding Mourning." It has a famous math metaphor: the couple are the two legs of a compass.

this ones relli LAME!!!

love it

One has a straight edge - the other one has a curved arc.

So, what does this have to do with the "Why not three?" or "y-nought-3" in "Finite Simple Group (of Order 2)"?

Yes, but together they make such acute couple ;)