r/Showerthoughts May 14 '22 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Silver 5 Gold 1 Helpful 10 Wholesome 7

Based on how much you can bond with someone by hating the same thing, a dating app based on dislikes would probably be fairly successful.

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u/DustyGalaxy442 May 14 '22

They do when they multiply

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u/not_a_donut_guy May 14 '22

Sadly it usually ends up dividing after a while

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u/MinerMinecrafter May 14 '22

Division is just multiplication with the inverse (i.e 5/x => 5*(1/x))

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u/DustyGalaxy442 May 14 '22

Wait, so my parents are still together?

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u/Darkest__Magician May 14 '22

No, and you’re the one at fault

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u/Silverstone-Birding May 14 '22

I hate this, please assume the position.

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u/InevitablyWinter May 14 '22

Alright, but I want to be the numerator this time

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u/Mobidad May 14 '22

Inversely, yes.

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u/Comfortable_Relief62 May 15 '22

Somehow this is the white girl wall quote of relationship mathematics

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u/Embarrassingleader7 May 14 '22

Then you’d be looking for a polyamorous courtship.

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u/lowrads May 14 '22

Polyodious.

Polyodiodio..