Cool! I am at the “It’s a box”…
Here is how I see it: Y stands for the “amusement level”, and not “the effort spent to amuse me”.
I see how this graph differs if we changed “box” to “XBox”, or even more radical: “girls” :)
ideas for future underloads :)
I always love the reddit posts around Christmas ie “I spent x dollars on Christmas gifts and check out my daughter’s favorite thing to play with on Christmas day” and without fail it is a cardboard box. Nice one here…always looking forward to the next Data Underload :)
We used to buy giant cardboard boxes for our kids.
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I think my curve must look a little different from the norm.
(oops. Typo in my name. Sorry for the double post.)
For a perfect, stress-free, tension-free, pocket-easy move, you really have to research to find a good quality, low cost moving boxes.
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