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#17 - Hagenite
Reply +5
(09/28/2010) [-]
The antonym of synonym is antonym though...
#21 to #17 - Nullifier ONLINE
Reply +8
(09/28/2010) [-]
But the antonym of antonym is synonym.
to put it mathematically
~A=S
~S=A
therefore, synonym and antonym are antonyms.
S+A=A
because of this, S must be 0, and the opposite of 0 is 0.
Synonym and antonym are both 0, and they are the same, not opposites.
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#31 to #21 - Hagenite
Reply +1
(09/28/2010) [-]
You just broke English and potentially math. Good job.
#42 to #31 - Nullifier ONLINE
Reply +1
(09/29/2010) [-]
Sorry. Most of it was just me accidentally the english...didnt mean to do math too
#29 to #21 - Ohforf
Reply +2
(09/28/2010) [-]
If Synonym and Antonym are antonymS, then shouldn't it be S+A=2A and then S=A?
#30 to #29 - Nullifier ONLINE
Reply 0
(09/28/2010) [-]
if synonym and antonym are antonyms then synonym = ~antonym
#27 to #21 - anon
Reply 0
(09/28/2010) [-]
THIS IS WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NICE THINGS!
#24 to #21 - ScruffytheJanitor
Reply 0
(09/28/2010) [-]
wat