2. The act of spooning while discussing famous mathematicians from history such Euler or Newton and many more.
3. Bunching directly results in puzzling packets of problems so difficult that they rape the minds of students, causing intense emotional pain. Problems so hard that tutors break down and cry from their inability to solve the problems, students from other classes laugh thinking the problems are jokes, and math professors are so confused they jump off of buildings.
2. Bryan: I really enjoyed our time together last night spooning in front of the fire and discussing Johannes Kepler's love for geometry.
3. Timmy: My mind hurts from the raping that the puzzling packet of problems caused.
Jimmy: Yeah, i heard our teachers had some serious bunching the night before they made that assignment.