# A hundred

This is a picture of like, a hundred of something. Also, it is big. Like, a hundred big.

I has a hundred. How many does you have? 2? I didn't think so.

## What I have a hundred of

• You
• r mother
• Everything
• A hundreds

A hundred is a lot. A little more than a million, but not as much as a seven.

### Warning: Genuine fake conversation.

Don't you wish you had a hundred?
Shut up.
Jealous!
Nuh huh!
Yup!
Can I has your a hundred?
Shut up.

## Uses of a hundred

Maybe a hundred isn't as much as seven or as awesome as 42, but it's still ridiculously useful. And big. Very big. Because a hundred is 10, that number of sanity, squared, this makes a hundred twice as sane and thus actually good for something. It is also very good for demonstrating that something happened a long time ago. Given that a hundred has twice as much sanity as something should be physically able to hold and therefore awesome, it therefore makes sense that a hundred squared should be awesome. Awesome-breakingly awesome. In fact, the number it makes, 10,000, is so awesome-breakingly awesome that it can be used as shorthand for anything sufficiently long and also as a battle cry. A hundred, unfortunately, is also used in other non-awesome things, such as the period of time and the infamously hard study of percentages.

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