# 789

### The converse

4 and 3 were standing in a room. Why? I don't know ask them. Anyways they were standing there peacefully as numbers do. I think? Are they peaceful? I don't know, but uh...anyways contemplating his own mortality upon which he shall never fully contemplate for he is a simple number regarded by most as odd. 3 suddenly turned to 4 and asked, "How come 7 eight 9?"

"I don't know," replied 4 to 3. "Maybe because 7 was hungry." 4 knowing this was going to be a long conversation simple prepared to begin a debate which would likely end in disagreement.

"But why would 7 be hungry if 7 has no feelings or internal organs?"

"Well, that's a good question, but maybe you're wrong about 7. After all, he is pretty lucky."

"I don't know. 7 is not out of the ordinary. People just consider him lucky because 7 has nothing else to his name."

"Maybe, maybe not, but I think it is much more complex. Maybe 9 was rude to 7 and so 7 blamed his hunger and eight 9," replied 4.

"Well, that's an interesting proposition, however, I think it has a more sequential meaning. Maybe it has to do with where 7 and 9 are on the number line."

"No, no, I think that is too far-fetched. It sounds more like 7 had a mathematical revelation from the almighty 100 to eat 9 compared to its sequence on The Line."
Now I know you must be thinking, "a mathematical revelation?? how does that even work? Well I don't know. Too bad so sad. To cheer you up I will tell you about my book on bacon."

#### I once wrote a book on how to tie bacon

Yes, yes what you hear is true I wrote a book about how to tie bacon. (It was knot a good seller). hehehehehe

1. Step one: Take your bacon (uncooked)
2. Step two: tie your bacon in a knot (if you can't do this, this is not the book for you)
3. Step three: Good job your bacon is tied

Anyways... "However preposterous you think it is, I feel a revelation from 100 is even more so. No way he would touch 7. Honestly, it's probably more likely he would visit 5 or 13. I mean, nobody likes 13, he's just so hard to work with, but 7? Why?" replied 3.

"Very well. It seems we cannot come to a conclusion." As with every conversion between 3 and 4, they ended on opposite sides of zero.

Then a cow came by shouting about how the grass has turned green and that it is completely unnatural and that something needs to be done. Seeing as how they are numbers this must be a teeny cow. Which makes sense and besides the grass is green and I DON'T LIKE IT!!!

At just that moment as the cow was leaving, 7 walked in, and 3 and 4 gave each other one look then bolted from the room. 7 turned to 8 and said,"See what you have done, 8? Now everyone thinks I'm a killer."

 Numbers of Sanity: -4 | Zero/0 | 0.0001 | 0.167 | Zero Point Nine Reccuring/0.9999999999999 | One/1/First | Two/2/Second/No two | Three/Third | π/3.1415926535897932... | Four/Fourth | Five/5/Fifth | Six | Seven | Eight/8 | 8.386023 | Nine/9 | Ten | Eleven | Tenteen | 16...16 | 17/number | 31 | 32 | 42 | 43 | 45 | 57 | 61 | 64 | 69 | 71.8 | 88 | 91 | A hundred/100 | 111 | 116 | 118 | 300 | 333 | 400 | 419 | 420 | 555 | 617 | 666 | 789 | 909 | 1111 | 1337 | 1973 | 1984 | 1987 | 1992 | 2000 | 2004 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2012 | 2014 | Over nine thousand/9001 | 10000 | 69420 | 328742 | 104270865 | 111,766,361 | 13809827354 | 73020590879353 | 333333333333333 | +9 trillion | +6 octillion | Googol | Bunch of 1s | Babblion | Bajillion | Kajillion | Googolplex | Infinity | Ercjivredwisdenaxsengievk Numbers of Insanity: Infinity-1 | -0 | Bleen | Numbers of the Alphabet | 4 8 15 16 23 42 | 64 (Wikipedia) | 99 Red Balloons | 202.142.129.178 | 64 304 427 796 201 678 062 3 040 | Flargleflex | Igh | Morbillion | The number q | Zilch/Zrilch/Zkilcch | ω | υ | BANANA | 18 19 20 | Illogicillion