One of the best mishearings in a while happened during my last Statistics class. The lecturer was going through chi-square material for the final exam.
Lecturer: Hmm, yeah, okay, you'll need to know Cramer's Phi.
Me: (awakes from spacing out) Huh?
Me: (to James) What's the Famous Five?
James: Huh? What's Famous Five?
Me: She said we needed to remember the Famous Five.
James: (flips textbook confusedly) But there isn't anything called the Famous Five...
Joyce: (enters conversation) Why do you two look so confused?
Me: What's the Famous Five?
Joyce: ...do you mean 'Cramer's Phi'?
James: Huh? Cramer's pie?
Joyce: OMG you two. One Famous Five, one Cramer's pie. What, you think this is Enid Blyton? Something to eat? OMG. OMGGGGG.
And here I thought statisticians were being cool by naming their mathematical steps after 'Famous Five'...associating themselves with a famous theme to capture attention or help people remember...you know, like newspaper headlines being Oh Fredo. You break my heart. Evidently not, though. :|
Hi everybody. Good luck to all the ill-lucked people having finals along with me ;___;
.....I have a massive urge to write epic KyuHyuk. 10,000 words. Or something. It's been so long since I've written something above 10k a;sldkj;aslkj /fingers getting itchy
I also expect that I will be the only reader of my 10k KyuHyuk ;__;