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Originally coined by Jenna Lemire, A math coma is the stretch of time that can last anywhere from thirty seconds to forty years after a full period of math class in the morning at school. Your brain is so used to tuning out and your eyes glazing over, that you just stay like that. Another case may be after working so incredibly hard on math problems, your brain fizzes out and you don't speak coherent sentences for the rest of the day until being pelted with balls in gym class.
Jenna: Hey Brent-

Brent: ...

Jenna: Oh dear god! He's in a math coma!
by PhilosophyHurts April 10, 2011
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