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His gimmick is that he's a "perfect 10" you know like a 10/10 and the crowd loves him. However, the chant has also taken a life of its own and now people are chanting 10 for everything like when a referee starts counting to 10.Why 10? I mean I can see counting his strikes to 10 but just saying "10!", haha is funny : p
Also, my favorite number is 64, I use it for everything too : p Its a way special number to me that reminds me of my youth, back when I spent my days after school on the floor of my room playing N64 with my little brother. It was a really good time in my life : p
Its funny though, the Gamecube came out around that time, but I didnt even have my first Gamecube until 2007, haha.
Haha, thats hilarious : p Makes me sorta sad that Im no longer in the loop : ( I dont have cable anyway so it would be too hard to keep up : pHis gimmick is that he's a "perfect 10" you know like a 10/10 and the crowd loves him. However, the chant has also taken a life of its own and now people are chanting 10 for everything like when a referee starts counting to 10.
I forgot 500,000; half a million. And What to think of one billion? There aren't that much things in everyday life that go into these giant numbers, but that's give them a certain charm to pronounce.Here are some more:
- 25 because it's 1/4th of 100, and one more than 24, one of my least favourite numbers.
- 99 because it's one less than 100, symbolising near perfection.
- 62,5 because it's 1/2 of
- 86,400 the number of seconds in one day.
- 150,000 because this is a fairly common voltage for power lines
- 1,000,000 because it's a million.
- Googol, because it's 10 to the power of 100, and namesake of Google