About «Visual Display of Quantitative Humor, or Funny Ass Graphs »
If math had been this rude, lewd, and funny in grade school, people would have actually tried to get A's. With over 120 full-color graphs, including hilarious pie and flow charts, riotous Venn diagrams, and silly bar and line graphs, this book takes the wickedly popular Internet phenomenon of joke graphs to a new level of hilarity. The charts and graphs will have readers laughing at the quantitative mockery of everything from music, pop culture, and celebrities to sex, puberty, and gender roles. The book visually explains the complex social enigmas everyone wonders about, like pie charts detailing what employees really do at work (40 percent Facebook, 40 percent Twitter, 10 percent online cards, 5 percent sharing photos with friends, and 5 percent actual work), the standard diets of San Francisco hipsters (33 percent burritos, 33 percent tofu, 33 percent tofu-based burritos), and God's motives for selecting Mary (51 percent child-bearing hips, 49 percent virgins are hot). Other chart types are equally represented, like the flow-chart that shows the ten steps from a slight fever to "Sexual Healing."