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30-Day Song Challenge: Day 21

The song, “Stacie’s Mom”, was very popular during the time I was in high school. It’s about a young boy’s infatuation with his girlfriend’s mother which obviously isn’t going anywhere. I first heard of the song on a Dr.Pepper commercial. A few of my friends would create parodies of the song when someone’s mom does something awesome like “Colin’s Mom”.

Here is the funny Dr.Pepper commercial with the incredible soccer mom and her mini-van! πŸ™‚

Calculus took up a chunk of my high school life! It’s where most of us learned the various types of infinity and its uses in limits and continuity. The Mathematics Stack Exchange explores more about infinity in its forums. When most of us were struggling with the process of learning calculus, our mothers intervened and offered support. Some of the moms got together and baked cookies for our weekend group studies so that we would pass our tests. πŸ˜€

The original video is meant for mature audiences. πŸ˜‰

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8 thoughts on “30-Day Song Challenge: Day 21

    1. πŸ™‚ Yes, when I look at some musical scores I’m fascinated by the mathematical patterns that show up.

      There was a TV show called Touch that had an episode where it explored geniuses that used well known math sequences to compose their music.

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