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The Transitive Properties of Peanut Butter and Mint

One of my friends mentioned that his ideal ice cream would be chocolate with peanut butter and mint, but I wasn’t convinced. I know that if A=B and A=C then B=C. But I wasn’t so sure it would work for … Continue reading

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Mint Bourbon Ice Cream: A GQMF

I only read GQ for the ice cream recipes. And Alexander Skarsgård. And Darren Criss. And only when I find it for free in the pile of mail delivered to people who no longer live in my building.     … Continue reading

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I’m a good dinner party guest. . .

Because I always bring ice cream.     That’s a pint of Mexican Hot Chocolate and a pint of Mint Cookies and Cream. Since said dinner party was hosted by my friends Eric the Math Teacher and Steve the LSAT … Continue reading

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Mint & Ingredient Math

I got a 5 on my AP BC Calc exam way back when, but here’s a math problem I just can’t solve: How do I buy exactly the right amount of ingredients such that I have enough but no more … Continue reading

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