Kristi's Version

You talk math. I speak biology. One of these days you'll be under your covers. Under an electric cardiogram, then you'll realize that your days are numbered. 1 heartbeat to a hundred. What do you do with these heartbeats? You listen to them, then you wait till they all come to a halt. See the light? Those rays are harmful, especially now that our ozone layer has a hole. But when you can actually look straight at the light and not get blind, then, honey, you are... weirrrrrddd. Just like carina.

My version

You talk biology. I speak math. One of these 24 hours of a year, you'll be the denominator of your covers. Under the numerator, then you'll realize your days are numbered. 1.25307 to the 605th power. What do you do with these decimaled heartbeats? You calculate them, then you wait till they all come to an indefinite value. See the quadratic equation? Those variables are 100% harmful, especially now that our brains have a 335-mm hole. But when you can actually solve 3[x+2(1/2-x/2)] wherein x=length of brain, stretched, and not get confused, then, honey, you are... weirrrrrddd. Just like kristi.

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