efooter


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Simpsons did it!

NightGhost


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Some deja food here...

megdin


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Hey Woot I think you're remembering the elephant show peanut butter song...this is the best I could find
Peanut Peanut Butter and Jelly!

Try to ignore the guy singing along as he tapes it, though he's still less annoying than that purple guy

Dindrin


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White print on a blue shirt would amplify the desirability exponentially!

Katherine5005


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In school we used to have to write papers on how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. So this only brings back horrible memories.

lozerette


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laurafoy wrote:I always had strawberry jam on mine



I came here to post this. Glad to see I'm not alone!

Strawberry Jam > Grape Jelly

rts211


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Missing the other knife.

krie


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renegadetim wrote:Where does the baseball bat fit into this equation?



The baseball bat is relative, pb&j exist in an inertial frame. To one observer the bat may appear after peanut butter jelly and to another before.

The sarcasm contained in this post may not be appropriate for all audiences. Reader discretion is advised.

Mavyn


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As mentioned earlier, even though I can't eat grape jelly, I am buying this shirt.

And for me, the equation is: pb + h + b = win.

My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.

soloducki


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The song might also be the Mary-Kate and Ashley one that I remember.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSMt1mXwTRg

rumpatas


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If "X" represents the sandwich, shouldn't there be a second cut along the other diagonal plane? Or are quarters just for sissy kids?

Kuragari


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Does the editor get stoned and then pick the shirts based on what looks good to eat? Enough with the food shirts! We need GOOD shirts again. Stop accepting designs that are basically crap instructions.

unpcnook


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This shirt appears to be a mash-up of Peanut Butter & Jealousy and To the Top in the Style of Da Vinci...

...mmm, peanut butter and turtle mash-up...

-UnPC

MathUhhhSaurus


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so...what you're saying, Woot, is that:
x = (peanuts multiplied by butter) plus jelly?

Actually, no butter is used to make peanut butter. The peanuts are finely blended until they are the smooth thing we know as peanut butter. This can be done with a lot of nuts (one example is a macadamia nut butter which is used to make the delicious white chocolate macadamia nut cookies :D )

Examine Bindle of Carrots.
What Bindle of Carrots?

LesReed


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megdin wrote:Hey Woot I think you're remembering the elephant show peanut butter song...this is the best I could find
Peanut Peanut Butter and Jelly!

Try to ignore the guy singing along as he tapes it, though he's still less annoying than that purple guy



You know your avatar is purple, right?

talverion


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I haven't had legitimate Jelly in ages. I usually use Apple Butter + Peanut Butter.

silvakow


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Are the shirts woot! is using now more slim than they were 2 years ago? I swear my most recent order is seems smaller. I'm totally gettin' this shirt, so I need to know =P

mindlesskracka


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renegadetim wrote:Where does the baseball bat fit into this equation?



you do the peanut butter jelly, peanut butter jelly, peanut butter jelly with a baseball bat...and so on and so forth

it makes more sense if you watch the video with the banana singing about it.

omegazimm


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tomcall wrote:


You were all thinking it.



I was singing it in my head the whole time haha :D

apaget


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Look closely at the PB jar... it's Teddie PB!

MachineAmbition


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skatimmy737 wrote:I don't see the part of the equation that subtracts the crusts.



You don't like the crust? Very sad for you. I'll take yours.

The disappearance of the crusts in the diagram are what we mathematicians like to call the Toddler Phenomenon.

chrisprender


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The secret sandwich ingredients! It's just as Da Vinci's prophecy foretold!

urbsnspices


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juansinanos wrote:


More like: Win = ∫ pb(t) + j(t) db


That makes much more sense than this:
p*j*t = awesome


In the latter an infinite amount of t( time or toast) would make up for in infinity small amount of peanut-butter or jelly. Which just is just silly.

I have to assume when the artist claims x=pb+j. He is referring to some nonlinear complex representation of the spreadable in question. Specifically some sort of surface integral.

IrishLass622


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skatimmy737 wrote:I don't see the part of the equation that subtracts the crusts.



If you eat the crusts that makes your hair curly, didn't your mother tell you that? Mine did!

jubileejune


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Checking out your artwork here at Kahuku Intermediate... a teacher, not a student, by the way. Good job, brah.

creativelicense


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Darn it, I just bought two woot shirts yesterday for my boyfriend for christmas. I should have waited, he would have loved this!

karyn2002


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IrishLass622 wrote:If you eat the crusts that makes your hair curly, didn't your mother tell you that? Mine did!



Haha, Mine too! I told my best friend the same thing when we were 6. Funnily enough, her hair started to gain a slight curl/wave when she started eating the crusts, and she believed I had magical powers, haha (though if I did, I would have used them to make my own stick straight hair curl when I ate crusts, haha).

pedro123


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Thank you, thank you, thank you! I was hoping this would make the Redux round last weekend - and I wanted it this summer when it was first up. Got a couple for gifts and one for my own badself! Love this one ;-)

PollTax


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pb + j + sneeze = oh noes!

www.Youtube.com/AndrewSkyMusic

BrotherTungsten


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urbsnspices wrote:That makes much more sense than this:
p*j*t = awesome


In the latter an infinite amount of t( time or toast) would make up for in infinity small amount of peanut-butter or jelly. Which just is just silly.

I have to assume when the artist claims x=pb+j. He is referring to some nonlinear complex representation of the spreadable in question. Specifically some sort of surface integral.

It's weird that the post in question is integrating with respect to b, though, seeing as how the implication seems to be that the two component integrals have t as the independent variable.

Unless b is the amount of baseball bats. In which case, assuming for the moment that pb, j and t are constants, you'd have Win = ((pb+j)(t))b + c.

This of course implies that an increase in baseball bats results in a net increase in win regardless of the amount of peanut butter time and jelly time, assuming that one or neither of them are equal to zero.

This is a subjective statement, which is why the integral symbol looks like an "s."

Also, the unknown constant "c" is undoubtedly the amount of crust, as a positive amount increases Win while a negative amount (overcutting and removing some of the pb&j) results in a decrease in Win.

juansinanos


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BrotherTungsten wrote:It's weird that the post in question is integrating with respect to b, though, seeing as how the implication seems to be that the two component integrals have t as the independent variable.

Unless b is the amount of baseball bats. In which case, assuming for the moment that pb, j and t are constants, you'd have Win = ((pb+j)(t))b + c.

This of course implies that an increase in baseball bats results in a net increase in win regardless of the amount of peanut butter time and jelly time, assuming that one or neither of them are equal to zero.

This is a subjective statement, which is why the integral symbol looks like an "s."

Also, the unknown constant "c" is undoubtedly the amount of crust, as a positive amount increases Win while a negative amount (overcutting and removing some of the pb&j) results in a decrease in Win.



t for time spent spreading and hence more peanut butter or jelly the larger the t value. db was supposed to be over the entire surface of bread.

renegadetim


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renegadetim wrote:Where does the baseball bat fit into this equation?



My first Quality Post! Not gonna lie, it feels good, and I will always remember my first! Thanks mods!

mdm91


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Missed it, sigh.

fweetieb


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What about those allergic to peanuts?
We need a hazelnut or Brazil nut version. Maybe an Almond?

rebecca83w


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peannuuuuutt, peanut butter...... (and jelly!!)

c4th0d3r4y


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Of people who make and eat peanut butter jelly sandwiches, 96 percent put the peanut butter on first.