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johncena1

how many bananas can you fit through your butthole?

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  1. kcla1996
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    wtf.

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    please use openstudy for what it's meant for...

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  3. JackSmiley
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    Um, if I had to guess: One, b/c you would probably get tired of trying after that one.

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    lol

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    @shadowfiend

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    best question ever posted here rofl

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    omg there are a lot of people viewing this right now

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    time for a mathematical the number of banans would be equal to the total surface area of butthole

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    ewww........

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    I think this question is a postmodernist take on the issue of applying Peano's arithmetic to algebraic topology and quantum electrodynamics.

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  12. badreferences
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    You're assuming his butthole is a regular Euclidian object. It's quite possible it exists in \(n\) dimensional hyperbolic space.

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    Forgot a part on my equation.

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    The assumption that neither butthole nor banana deforms is not a safe one. I believe that it is pertinent to the question.

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