• Beavis from Beavis & Butthead.
  • I got it !!!!!!Beavis
  • beavis and butthead
  • (2) R.obert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler. Encyclopedia of Graffiti . (1974): The heat of the meat is inversely proportional to the angle of the dangle (underneath) and directly proportional to the mass of the ass.'
  • 1) "The angle of the dangle is inversely proportional to the heat of the beat." "Whow! You're pretty smart, Beavis." Beavis & Butthead Source: 2) "The Mull of Kintyre test was an unofficial guideline said to have been used by the British Board of Film Classification in the United Kingdom to decide whether an image of a man's penis could be shown. The BBFC would not permit the general release of a film or video if it depicted a phallus erect to the point that the angle it made from the vertical (the "angle of the dangle", as it was often known) was larger than that of the Mull of Kintyre, Argyll and Bute, on maps of Scotland." Source and further information:
  • your mother
  • actually is was Baron von Hornschtein, and it is "heat of the meat". Known as Hornschtein's general equation.
  • I don't remember that. The version I remember was "the hair on the square is proportional to the angle of the dangle".
  • Back in the 1950s the angle of the dangle was inversely proportional to the square of the hair. So what you posted is much older than Beavis. He must have heard it from his great grand pappy.

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