THINGS WE LEARNED AT SCHOOL BUT DIDN'T REALLY NEED IN REAL LIFE
Added on: 1st Dec 2016
HOW TO MAKE A POTATO BATTERY
Because see, if you don’t have energy to fry your potatoes
you can use them for energy to fry the potatoes
you won’t have anymore.
IN AMERICAN SCHOOLS, RECITING THE STATE CAPITALS
Only so your parents could brag about you being
the smartest kid in the class every time they had a
family reunion. They still talk about it occasionally.
HOW TO DO LONG DIVISION
You know, the division in which the divisor has two or
more figures, and a series of workings is made as
successive groups of digits of the dividend are
divided by the divisor, to avoid excessive mental
calculation. What? You still don’t care or
remember what I’m talking about? Neither do I!
HOW TO MAKE THE MOST IMPRESSIVE
Hmm . . . well that’s chemistry class for you, I guess.
HOW TO CLIMB A ROPE
To be fair, this could somewhat be a useful skill…if you’re
in the military…or maybe a cross fit class. But not that
many people have a consistent need to climb ropes.
HOW TO DROP AN EGG FROM A FIVE-STORY
BUILDING WITHOUT BREAKING IT
What’s the point? I like my eggs scrambled anyway.
DON’T SPEAK UNLESS YOU RAISE YOUR HAND
I am so happy the real world doesn’t work like this. Imagine if
you had to raise your hand every time you went out on
a date or went out to eat with friends?
WHAT A PRIME NUMBER IS
A prime number is a natural number greater than one that
has no positive divisors other than one and itself.
A natural number greater than one . . . You get
the point. Cure against insomnia maybe?