He's referring to tangent lines. It's a mathematical concept you might be familiar with if you had spent more time studying and less time going to rallies to "Take bake the night" in ares that are fairly safe compared to their 1970's counterparts. note that I am pro equality.
I get what tangent lines are. They're what happens if you graph an exponential equation.
But what I was saying is that the only reason she feels pressured to look beautiful is men have thrust their savage ideals on her.
I'm honestly not sure if whether this comment is a joke or not.
Girls saying guys are disgusting is equal to Guys calling girls disgusting.
You would probably know that if you were going for equality instead of superiority.
I'm sad to say that gender is now something you don't bring up in a conversation or else femi-nazis show up.
i say a true woman should have skin eyes and should at least vaguely resemble the human form, i am also a man, that being said i now want to see a true woman
Isn't it just as bad that you think you have the right to say how a true woman should look? If you're not a troll, which I highly suspect you are because of the negative thumb ban policy being lifted, then that makes you just as self-righteous as any man-pig.
My motto's always been that nobody decided how a woman should look. We all have our preferences. I encourage everyone to find a girl who fits them. A woman doesn't have to change. A woman changes if they're into guys who happen to prefer that.
I understand the joke that the content is making. I also made a joke that technically that is the graph of a cubic and not a line. You are the one who is being an asshole in this situation.
I know it's the graph of a tan function. As I said before, I understand the joke. I was just pointing out that technically those would be tan cubics and not tan lines, because the graph of a tan function is made up of repeating cubics.
That tangent and the trigonometric tangent (Tan) are two different things. The tangent shown in that picture is a geometric tangent, which is a line that intersects a circle or curve once and only once. The trigonometric Tan is a ratio that when multiplied by an angle measurement from a right triangle will tell you the value of that angles opposite side divided by its adjacent side.
The graph of a Tan function is a cubic (y=x^3) repeating over and over again in both directions, which is why I said that those were technically cubics on her back and not lines. I assumed that most people would understand this but it just seems to have confused most people. I probably did not state it well enough in my original comment.