this makes me laugh every time. I’ve been meaning to post this since Oscar night, that was a pretty good night, we did manage to make time to play two games of You Don’t Know Jack, watch the Oscars, and I “pretend” opened my presents in front of everyone. Pretend because I had already received them on the 23rd but no one really got to see me open them. .. actually I’ll talk about that at a later date maybe, like, next year at the rate I’m going.
The asymptotic high five is the closest thing we at mental_floss have to a secret handshake. Choreographed by Senior Editor Jenny Drapkin, it’s fun and nerdy and allows us to greet each other when we’re sick. And now it’s on a t-shirt!
Now that the secret is out, there are three ways you can support the asymptotic high five:
1. Start giving people asymptotic high fives. (Try it. You’ll like it.)
2. Give someone an asymptotic high five, take a picture, and send it to us!
3. Get the t-shirt! Through the weekend, all our shirts are on sale for $14.90. Use the code PIPARTY (it’s part of our Pre-Pi Day sale).
I’ve got a virtual asymptotic high five for anyone who does any of those three things.
THE FUN NEVER ENDS
as awesome as this high-five is, Batman is clearly about to plummet to his death
This Is Funny, You Should Watch It of the Day: “High-fiving can be one of the most stressful things you’ll ever do in life. It doesn’t have to be, though. Just remember this simple list of tips and tricks.”[thd.]
this is so important to me.