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Good With Maths Mug

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Stop trying to complicate things and get straight to the point with this mug! The good with maths mug is dishwasher safe and makes a great gift for the nerd in your life!

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  1. Teaque Kaiden McLaren

    Karen Loffer McLaren for dad.

  2. Teaque Kaiden McLaren

    or Stephanie McLaren

  3. Khadiza Kobra

    Rezowanul Haque i want this!!! if i get admit in BUET

  4. Feรฑita Faugier

    hahahahaha xD

  5. Tomas Cauchi

    Steen Kjรฆrulf-Hoop , just 4 u mate..

  6. Michael Kibler

    I wish it actually said "maths" lol

  7. Vanessa Sheldon

    I'm getting this for Curran when he graduates. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Vanessa Sheldon

    I'm getting this for Curran when he graduates. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Anna Jordan

    *Maths

  10. Alex Da Lion Tefft

    Mike Tefft

  11. Anne Marie Preston

    Scarlet Patricia Henriquez reminded me of you dude… traitor lol

  12. Jennifer La

    o: "Math" and "maths" are both right.

  13. MiMi Cherie Baptiste

    I've witnessed this! I was signing up for tutoring in the math department and he asked my major I said fashion merchandising. He asked me how to spell it and I laughed! He stared at me for a second and said "I'm an engineer I'm not really good at spelling." So i said "f " he wrote f and paused. I realized he was dead ass serious and i didn't really want tutoring anymore.

  14. Scarlet Patricia Henriquez

    hahahaha

  15. ะ˜ะฒะฐะฝะฐ ะกั‚ะตั„ะฐะฝะพะฒัะบะฐ

    Andrea this reminded me of you ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜›

  16. Calum Mackay

    Scott MackayAngus Matheson

  17. Janek Karaczun

    I'm an math. okay ๐Ÿ˜€

  18. Richy Aydon

    Jennifer La No, Maths is right, Math is American…

  19. Nixy Mcgowan

    can i get it in briton?

  20. Kirsty Elliott

    Do you mean Britain? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  21. Derek Waite

    Jennifer La We have to recall that maths is really short for mathematics. It makes no sense to just say "mathematic". But us Americans and our 'Murica attitude rebelled and called it "math". Essentially, it is much like the difference between grey and gray or color and colour.

  22. Heather Hill

    Derek Waite actually grey is a sir name & gray is a color

  23. Heather Hill

    Derek Waite actually grey is a sir name & gray is a color

  24. Chuck Schwinger

    Derek Waite , here in 'Murica, we still measre length compared to the kings shoe size and weight based on a pint of water.

    arrogance? yup.

  25. Vince Ng

    Chuck Schwinger also, we're the only ones to get a man on the moon. I guess murica's doin' something right?

  26. Chuck Schwinger

    Vince Ng , Man on the moon? For What? At what cost? Billions and Billions plundered from Social Security Trust Fund. for What? To say we did it? Arrogance……yup.

  27. Vince Ng

    Chuck Schwinger for science of course!

  28. Heidi J

    Derek Waite : We Americans, not Us Americans! :}~

  29. Amber Lin

    I hate to be a bother but yes Jjennifer is correct. Math & maths is correct. That's why there is such thing as American English & UK English.

  30. Amber Lin

    I hate to be a bother but yes Jjennifer is correct. Math & maths is correct. That's why there is such thing as American English & UK English.

  31. Clayton Traugott

    Derek Waite neighborhood and neighbourhood

  32. Aun Rizvi

    I'm good at meth ๐Ÿ˜›

  33. Anonymous

    I'm good at meth ๐Ÿ˜›

  34. Daniel Kinghorn

    well thats how its properly said so yes it should have

  35. Daniel Kinghorn

    well thats how its properly said so yes it should have

  36. Matthew Baker

    Richy Aydon so you're saying it is wrong to be American, eh?

  37. Matthew Baker

    Richy Aydon so you're saying it is wrong to be American, eh?

  38. Tomash Zentrich

    Based on my travels through Europe, people tend to prefer American English over British English…I'm from the Czech Republic and over here we say ฤipsy (chipsy) for chips…not french fries ๐Ÿ˜› I love the UK but some things just sound stupid. Sure maths is short for mathematics, but it still sounds like something a mentally challenged person would say ๐Ÿ˜€ Like, I'm studying Frenchs and eatings foods at schoolses…Maths was verys funs todays ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ˜€

  39. Kyran Lloyd

    Tomash Zentrich Chips are English, french fries are American ๐Ÿ˜‰

  40. Chris Jefferies

  41. Tomash Zentrich

    Kyran Lloyd obviously, I don't recall writing anything to contradict that ๐Ÿ˜› My point was that in my country people find it confusing that chips are french fries in the UK and not potato chips…perhaps I should have added the word 'potato' in my original sentence to make it clearer…my bad

  42. Rob Hanlon

    Derek Waite no actually the 's' at the end of maths is to symbolise that there is actually more than one math, if you were to only study a single from of math in america then and only then would you be correct….. it is maths or mathematics, math is an incorrect abbreviation created through ignorance to the true nature of the original word

  43. Matthew Gill

    Jennifer La It's not English class ๐Ÿ˜‰

  44. Allegra Teleha

    Why is everyone arguing about US English and UK English? No American English is not wrong it's just different. That's like saying Mexicans don't know how to talk because their Spanish is different than Spain's

  45. Ricardo Colomรฉ

    you may be mildly surprised, but that's actually a fairly common notion. I don't agree with it at all, but people do think that.

  46. Ricardo Colomรฉ

    you may be mildly surprised, but that's actually a fairly common notion. I don't agree with it at all, but people do think that.

  47. Sam Langthorne

    I'm guessing it's a continuation of the jug the mug is based on. (not being able to spell = bad english skills)?

  48. Joshua Gibbs

    Ha so many debates over a cup you bunch of mugs………

  49. Adam El-Nagar

    Theoretically, all language evolves at all times, and to fight against it is both unneccesary and frutile. BUT, I would rather American's call their version of English "American", cos you've changed grammatical rules and even the spelling of words, no problem with it but don't call it English cos it gets confusing as hell! Especially when Microsoft Word is telling me to spell a word wrong cos I'v forgotten to change it from US to UK haha

  50. Lochlan Bell

    English and US English…

  51. Lochlan Bell

    English and US English…

  52. Daniela Lela Bjedov

    to be good AT something ๐Ÿ˜‰

  53. Daniela Lela Bjedov

    to be good AT something ๐Ÿ˜‰

  54. Mike Pitman

    Lochlan Bell or just call it American if Americans are to be fussy about it. You will find most British people will call English US =American

  55. Evan Mcsharry

    American English/US English makes more sense because it is not a different language.

  56. Mike Pitman

    Evan Mcsharry Well Americans seem to treat it that way, personally I couldn't care less how it's spelt as long as it is a form of English, but I've had conversations with Americans before and they kick off when I spell it the normal English way

  57. Jackie Nainee

    As a person who resides in a part of the British colonies (although now an independent nation), I do agree that UK English is proper English and in the U.S. they speak an American version of English.

  58. Rob Gray

    Americans continue to butcher and distort the english language. Its not evolution, its disintegration.

  59. Adam El-Nagar

    Rob Gray Nono, it's language evolution.. Noam Chomsky's theory of Universal Grammar is the most supported explanation for language acquisition, that is to say, all humans neurologically generate a logical capacity for grammar (when a baby says "I goeded over there" instead of "I went over there", it's using grammar but with inappropriate word constructs).

    With all that being said, English today in the UK is "butchered" compared to English 100 years ago, but bare in mind the English 100 years ago was considered a butchery of the language compared to English in the 1600's. English is a West Germanic language that originated from the Anglo-Frisian dialects, brought to Britain by Germanic invaders and settlers from the places which are now called North West Germany and the Netherlands. English is nothing more than the "butchered" leftovers of another language.

    Knowledge trumps Ignorance (Y)

  60. Marcos Farion

    Adam El-Nagar Where are you looking for???? nice pic…

  61. Saorbhreathach Oenghus McKay

    So let me get this straight. The mug is about bad english skills, but you complain about the difference between "math" and "maths"? Makes sense.

  62. Saorbhreathach Oenghus McKay

    So let me get this straight. The mug is about bad english skills, but you complain about the difference between "math" and "maths"? Makes sense.

  63. Saorbhreathach Oenghus McKay

    So let me get this straight. The mug is about bad english skills, but you complain about the difference between "math" and "maths"? Makes sense.

  64. Monika Presto N

    that's English and Slang or Harvard and Cambridge

  65. Jim Mitchell

    Dear People. The Brits and the Yanks decided to make a dictionary each. Their only communication was a sailing ship over the Pond. Hence different choice of spelling. UK spelling is adapted from borrowed languages US English is logical spelling.
    Add to that national characteristics and you find endless variants. Just make sure not to mix them in an exam and be downgraded for misspelling. Peace and love ๐Ÿ˜€

  66. Jim Mitchell

    Dear People. The Brits and the Yanks decided to make a dictionary each. Their only communication was a sailing ship over the Pond. Hence different choice of spelling. UK spelling is adapted from borrowed languages US English is logical spelling.
    Add to that national characteristics and you find endless variants. Just make sure not to mix them in an exam and be downgraded for misspelling. Peace and love ๐Ÿ˜€

  67. Ayumi Clara Sunshine Rose

    Found near mall near you

  68. Benjamin Clarke

    it's not a different language. it's a different dialect. mexican spanish is a different dialect from spanish spanish, canadian french is a different dialect from french french, and american english is a different dialect from british english. is it that hard to understand?

  69. Benjamin Clarke

    it's not a different language. it's a different dialect. mexican spanish is a different dialect from spanish spanish, canadian french is a different dialect from french french, and american english is a different dialect from british english. is it that hard to understand?

  70. Lina Caro

    Sergio… :3

  71. Rohan Willoughby

    Daniel Kinghorn That's not how it's properly said in American English, which is it's own dialect all on its own. If this was adapted to be sold in England, or that region, then it would, but it's not, so follows the correct dialect of its region

  72. Rohan Willoughby

    Daniel Kinghorn That's not how it's properly said in American English, which is it's own dialect all on its own. If this was adapted to be sold in England, or that region, then it would, but it's not, so follows the correct dialect of its region

  73. Cornel Goran

    Rohan Willoughby Yea, Americans call it Math cause they can't handle more than one type =]

  74. Rohan Willoughby

    Cornel Goran Excuse you I'm three years ahead of my age in math and set to be a Physicist. We call it Math simply because it is simpler to not have to add an S sound after a th

  75. Cornel Goran

    Rohan Willoughby Sorry then, didn't thought they're exceptions ๐Ÿ™‚

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