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Also by Missannthropic+113You are the common denominator of all your failed relationships. amirite?
Also by Missannthropic+140Lifting weights for exercise is one of the few instances in life where it is good to achieve failure. amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+160People go through life bragging about how old they are, followed by hiding their age, followed by bragging about how old they are. amirite?
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Also by Missannthropic+113Single people probably have more sex than couples. amirite?
"To enter" a room isn't exactly the opposite of "to exit" a room. This may lead to a difference greater than one!... If you place a door inside a room, every time you go thru it you may say you enter the room without exiting it! ... Just playing with definitions...
Totally useless, I know! This is why it was needed to be said!
What if the house is lifted right off you by a tornado?
I got how to outtrick it. You bild a room around you and then you demolish it. Voilá, you got a two
If you have a room within a room, does it count as exiting the original room if you go into the inner room?
To enter the inner room, you have to exit the outer room. A house is just a big room with smaller inner rooms
2 times is possible, isn't it?
It depends on when you consider "you", "you". Is it as a fetus, when your fully developed, when you're born?
Does it count if you climb out the window?
You are still exiting the room
You can't be stuck forever in a room more than once
Is that the same if you walk into a room and die in it
I don't know how it works where you live, but here they take the corpses out of the rooms they die in
Oh yeah I forgot about that
If someone dies in a room, they entered once more than they left. Thus maximum difference between the numbers is 1
This is the basis for an algorithm to determine whether a point is inside or outside of a closed shape. A straight line from the point will cross the shape an odd number of times if it's inside and an even number if outside.
What if i walk into a room and then the walls collapse making it no longer a room, have i truly exited the room then?