13 December 2012

A Multivariate Exploratory Analysis on the Effects and Implications of the Female Causal Factor with Observational Data

a scientifical study

14 comments:

Ryu said...

Longest title ever! Where am I, Piggy's? LOL. Nice picture.

w. adam mandelbaum esq. said...

Mom?!?

David said...

Ah yes I recall that study, produced by Cod et al. was it? I believe it produced some incredibly revealing results.

GSL said...

As a scholar in this field, I find your monograph and subject matter to be of great interest and ask that you submit your research for peer review.

Anonymous said...

Luscious...the locus of all sentient males. Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Can I take that with me when we go over the cliff?

thegentlemanfarmer said...

That is simply magnificent...

Ordnungssinn said...

God I love science!

Anonymous said...

But.....but.....but......

Anonymous said...

Science? It looks like a work of art to me

lord brett sinclair said...

it is indeed art and a reaffirmation that there may well be a god; for this wondrous creation is surely a wonder of the world.

plus it makes me happy

Anonymous said...

A veritable tour de force of verbal obfuscation, plus a few evil portents,
full of sound and fury, and signifying quite a lot, actually.

Anonymous said...

A well rounded analysis, it appears.

Rich Fader said...

I think Alan Jay Lerner said it best:

I've grown accustomed to her face.
She almost makes the day begin.
I've grown accustomed to the tune that
She whistles night and noon.
Her smiles, her frowns,
Her ups, her downs
Are second nature to me now;
Like breathing out and breathing in.
I was serenely independent and content before we met;
Surely I could always be that way again-
And yet
I've grown accustomed to her look;
Accustomed to her voice;
Accustomed to her face.