The Topic:
Weird Lyrics


The Question:
Someone  
As a mathematician, I am intrigued by Skully's suggestion about multiplication of weird lyrics. The thought of multiplying weirdness of lyrics makes sense intuitively, but I'm not sure how it would be defined formally. I was wondering, if we took the lyric that inspired bloodyegg's name and generated a song with double its weirdness, what weird lyric would result? And furthermore, would the person inspired to create a Conversatron account by this lyric be twice as weird as bloodyegg? (That is, is the mapping of song lyrics into conversatron askers a homomorphism?)

Responses:
Fry  
The weirder lyric would almost certainly involve monkeys.

Someone  
So to test my hypothesis in a scientific way, we should examine the askers with monkey-related names, and compare their weirdness to bloodyegg's. Do we have any monkey-related askers?

HAL 9000  
Just a moment...
Just a moment...

HAL 9000  
No, but we do have a goat, a shrew, a spider, a trout, a falcon, a wolf, and a vegetarian.


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