#1

So I heard that if you mix watermelon and beer together you get poisoned?

has anybody heard of this before?

has anybody heard of this before?

#2

no

#3

Each of the two, by itself, is awesome. Then mixing them both should make awesome x 2, right?

#4

Each of the two, by itself, is awesome. Then mixing them both should make awesome x 2, right?

This makes sense.

#5

The natural fruit sugars combined with the poison already in the alcohol makes it 4x as potent.

not

not

#6

I would think it'd be delicious?

#7

yep, gives you nipple herpes

#8

Each of the two, by itself, is awesome. Then mixing them both should make awesome x 2, right?

I think, darkstar, that it is actually awesome^2. Not x 2.

#9

I think, darkstar, that it is actually awesome^2. Not x 2.

Now we are treading philosophical waters.

#10

try it, and if it kills you, tell us

#11

lol at this whole thread.

#12

He just rained on you.I think, darkstar, that it is actually awesome^2. Not x 2.

#13

This sounds like a good combo...

#14

I doubt it. If anything I think it might just equal indigestion.

#15

I think, darkstar, that it is actually awesome^2. Not x 2.

This man knows his math.

#16

I think, darkstar, that it is actually awesome^2. Not x 2.

This is only true if the mathematical representation of mixing flavors is a multiplication and not an addition.

(if only this is what math class were like...)

edit:

Continued-

Let's let the tastiness of one tsp of sugar = variable x, then two tsp of sugar should = 2x.

The same could be said for watermelon and beer. Let sample of beer = y tastiness, and sample of watermelon = x tastiness, following what we have defined as the method of adding tastiness, the combination of watermelon and beer should be x+y.

Now, beer has a certain value of tastiness per amount such that y = (tastiness of sample)/(volume of sample). This value multiplied by the volume of the sample of beer equals the total tastiness of that sample of beer. The more beer in the sample, the more tastiness that sample of beer contains.

Thus, for an unknown volume of beer, we can make the tastiness of the sample of beer = x.

Therefor, for an unknown volume of beer, and an unknown volume of watermelon, Beer + Watermelon = 2x.

yea.

*Last edited by Zida at Oct 4, 2008,*

#17

You can buy watermelon beer so I doubt it

#18

it's delicious.

i once ate half a watermelon and drank a 12 pack. good night.

i once ate half a watermelon and drank a 12 pack. good night.

#19

You're all wrong. You die from it. Happened to a good friend of mine.

#20

I have to try this now

#21

This is only true if the mathematical representation of mixing flavors is a multiplication and not an addition.

(if only this is what math class were like...)

Exactly. I was thinking that combining awesomeness is done in a manner of superposition - not through products.

And it should be through superposition.

#22

This is only true if the mathematical representation of mixing flavors is a multiplication and not an addition.

(if only this is what math class were like...)

Well, I don't know about you, but when I eat watermelon and drink beer, the average awesomeness of the two put together is definitely a result of multiplying the two awesomenesses together, as opposed to simply adding them, which is just weak.

#23

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#25

This is only true if the mathematical representation of mixing flavors is a multiplication and not an addition.

(if only this is what math class were like...)

This seems correct. You're just adding the beer to the watermelon.

beer + watermelon = beer-y watermelon

awesome + awesome = awesome * 2

No?

#26

updated last post.

#27

well everyone knows that too much of a good thing is an awesome thing, but too much of an awesome thing is just a.... really really really bad thing...

#28

My point is the following.

Let us say that Beer = awesome = x. Let us further say that Watermelon = awesome = x.

You would think that x+x=2x. And that makes perfect logical sense.

Beer + Watermelon = Beery Watermelon.

But we are not dealing with two tangible, independant objects here. We are dealing with two separate flavors and their awesomeness.

I say that the taste of beer and the taste of watermelon blended together would complement each other so well that the result MUST be a multiplication.

If you add a beer and a watermelon together, you get Beer and Watermelon. If you add the flavor of beer to the flavor of watermelon, this is what you get.

flavor of Beer x flavor of Watermelon = BeerWatermelon. Or even better than BeerWatermelon . . .! WatermelonBeer! or Awesome^2

This is something beyond beery watermelon. This is a whole new flavor

Let us say that Beer = awesome = x. Let us further say that Watermelon = awesome = x.

You would think that x+x=2x. And that makes perfect logical sense.

Beer + Watermelon = Beery Watermelon.

But we are not dealing with two tangible, independant objects here. We are dealing with two separate flavors and their awesomeness.

I say that the taste of beer and the taste of watermelon blended together would complement each other so well that the result MUST be a multiplication.

If you add a beer and a watermelon together, you get Beer and Watermelon. If you add the flavor of beer to the flavor of watermelon, this is what you get.

flavor of Beer x flavor of Watermelon = BeerWatermelon. Or even better than BeerWatermelon . . .! WatermelonBeer! or Awesome^2

This is something beyond beery watermelon. This is a whole new flavor

*Last edited by Seryaph at Oct 4, 2008,*

#29

I prefer Purple Drank and Deep fried chicken with my watermelon, but that's just me.

Of course you don't die.

^guy with too much time

Of course you don't die.

^guy with too much time

#30

Qoooot!

#31

My point is the following.

I say that the taste of beer and the taste of watermelon blended together would complement each other so well that the result MUST be a multiplication.

If youadda beer and a watermelon together, you get Beer and Watermelon. If youaddthe flavor of beer to the flavor of watermelon, this is what you get.

flavor of Beer x flavor of Watermelon = BeerWatermelon. or Awesome^2

This is something beyond beery watermelon. This is a whole new flavor

It still doesn't make sense.

I beat you to the first equation anyway.

#32

It still doesn't make sense.

I beat you to the first equation anyway.

You guys are your ****ing logic.

You enjoy your beery watermelon.

I will live happier with my WatermelonBeer and its awesomeness squared.

#33

Wow, people take that toilet bowl cleaner idea and just go ahead and apply it to everything don't they? At least this one isn't as dumb as the orange peel + penny = LSD idea.

#34

it gives you the runs... but otherwise no