1 definition by Evariste Galois

In Math, the complement is, simply put, that which is outside of the defined region. However, this is often used as an insult in geek circles.

Geek 1:Your momma's so fat, that she's the complement of your house.

Geek 2: Yeah, well at least my penis isn't always the complement of a vagina.

Geek 1: *shoots self, thus becoming the complement of existing*
作者 Evariste Galois 2009年4月20日

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