Math geeks see the world differently, which is why there's a Prime Time Watch. While it features a Japanese quartz movement and a one-year warranty, rather than the same boring numbers as any other watch, this watch only uses prime numbers to express the time. Naturally, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 11 remain untouched because they're already prime. But for the numbers 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 12, the watch really gets imaginative. The nine, for instance, is expressed 32 and the 12 is displayed 223. We'd tell you more about this cool watch, but it's a quarter to 2•3 and time for dinner. Water resistant, not waterproof.
Math geeks see the world differently. Where other people see a 6-pack of beer, a math geek sees a 2+22 pack of beer. Instead of ordering a dozen donuts, the math geek might ask for √144 donuts or maybe just a slice of Π. It's not that they're weird, it's just that... okay, maybe they are a bit weird, but in a good way!
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