Saturday, May 9, 2009

Peggy Chang and the philosophy of Venn diagrams

Venn diagrams were invented around 1880 by John Venn. They are used in many fields, including set theory, probability, logic, statistics, and computer science.

Personally, I don’t really like Venn diagrams. I find them difficult to understand. And it’s not really clear why circles are used in Venn diagrams anyway. Why not squares? Or even triangles?

But this hasn’t stopped Singapore blogger Peggy Chang from using a Venn diagram on her blog:

But what can we learn from this Venn diagram?

That she likes to f### lots of guys but most of the guys who love f###ing her she doesn’t like to f###? Or perhaps that some of the guys that she likes to f### she loves but they don’t like f###ing her? (note: apologies for the dirty language used)

It’s all very confusing if you ask me, and another good reason why Venn diagrams should never leave the classroom.

Well, except on special occasions of course…

As you can see in the above shot, Peggy is also a hot tattoo babe.

For a closer look….

flat tummy

And she even has some scribblings on her back; Marilyn Monroe I think it says…


wanna know what i think?

- i think you don't read what i write in my entry and give nonsensical interpretations to the Venn diagram.

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