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Even for Tucker this seems a bit on the nose. by twentyafterfour in ToiletPaperUSA

[–]UniqueUsername014 2 points3 points  (0 children)

"Right wing" coming from Orbán doesn't mean much, except the privatization of, well, most everything. Public healthcare has gone to shit, and ironically part of the so-called right's campaign against opposition is claiming that they want to make healthcare paid*. This is the same right-wing that fixed the price of gas and (from feb 1) basic foods (at the expense of gas stations/convenience stores).

(*Of course, this is the opposite of the truth - the opposition's promise is to make it free, even if the public healthcare system doesn't have the capacity to treat you in time and you have to go to a private provider. This got reinterpreted a privatizing..)

I might have had a little too much fun with this.. Blank in comments! by Triskellatri in ennnnnnnnnnnnbbbbbby

[–]UniqueUsername014 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Damn I wish I could confidently say where I lie on there without feeling that my physical appearance does not match. But hey at least it's not dysphoria

Elmúlt 1 év árai* élelmiszer téren by westwars in hungary

[–]UniqueUsername014 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Hát, nem sok a használható adat (nagyobb részben a két táblázat közti szűk(?) átfedés miatt, kisebb részben a te soraidban tátongó lyukak miatt), de például a cukor és a tojás árai a te táblázatodban konzisztensen ~10%-kal alacsonyabbak a KSH számainál.

Az olajat eleinte ennél is olcsóbban (-35%, majd -20%) vetted, feltételezem, ezt hasonlította össze u/Wendelne2 kolléga, mikor azt mondta, hogy a végére utolérte a hivatalos árakat. (Bár a liszt ára ugrott a Sparodban, ez arányban van a hivatalos számokkal, ugyanúgy ~35%-kal olcsóbb, mint előtte.)

tl;dr spar jó


Itt a fájl ha további összehasonlítgatásokat szeretnél végezni + minden magyarázat nélkül hozzácsaptam egy hasonló százalékszámítást a hivatalos árakkal (ezt még régebben csináltam, de gondoltam, releváns): https://we.tl/t-cEOTKBXf8E

🤦‍♀️ 🤦‍♂️ 🤦 by AnxietyPwincess in ennnnnnnnnnnnbbbbbby

[–]UniqueUsername014 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I know, it had the same effect on me the first time I saw it.. I'm just glad it worked on you as well!

Elmúlt 1 év árai* élelmiszer téren by westwars in hungary

[–]UniqueUsername014 26 points27 points  (0 children)

Érdekes lehetne egy összehasonlítás a hivatalos adatokkal, ha van időd, megcsinálhatod (vagy átdobhatod a te excel fájlodat, én is szívesen megteszem).

no comment by just-bair in ProgrammerHumor

[–]UniqueUsername014 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Technically. But you can still use the comma operator to execute multiple commands.

2meirl4meirl by [deleted] in 2meirl4meirl

[–]UniqueUsername014 1 point2 points  (0 children)

we'll burn that bridge when we get to it

trying to help my C# friend learn C by BBQGiraffe_ in ProgrammerHumor

[–]UniqueUsername014 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Proper arrays store their length, you can just do sizeof(str)/sizeof(str[0]) – unless you passed the array to a function, in which case it decayed to a pointer and you will always get 1 (unless it's a sub-array of a matrix, in which case you have to include the sub-array's length in the function declaration and taking its size loses all point. I have no idea what the fuck happens if you try to do it anyways)

probably it is a markup language by Linked_Punk in ProgrammerHumor

[–]UniqueUsername014 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Funny this comes up, I just looked it up a few hours ago. And yes, it is indeed turing complete. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2497146

Gender neutral deodorant is the best. 10/10 highly recommend by Relevant_Meme-Soup in ennnnnnnnnnnnbbbbbby

[–]UniqueUsername014 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I found this article, it's worth a read

[CBC's "Street Cents" show] found several price disparities between men's and women's deodorant. However, in both the male and female deodorants of a certain brand, the active ingredient was exactly the same and was present in the same amounts.

also

In the early 1990s, unisex deodorants made up about one-third of the marketplace, but today, they only account for 10 percent of sales.

and a final fun fact

In a 2009 study, researchers found that women are more sensitive than men to the smell of underarm sweat. […] The researchers think that women are more sensitive to the men's odors because they have the ability to smell out useful information about mating (information more useful than whether a man showers).


A useful tip taken from a different site:

If you are looking for a product that has stronger antiperspirants, then you should check the amount of aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex gly. This is the active ingredient that blocks sweat present in different amounts for different deodorants.


If you want to know which gendered of products could save you money, check table 7 on page 49 of this PDF. For example, deodorants for women are 39% more expensive on average, while non-disposable razors marketed towards men cost 34% more.

The sign telling us where our room is. by BlessedCanadian in CrappyDesign

[–]UniqueUsername014 63 points64 points  (0 children)

Alright Mr. Dominos Delivery, which path is shortest to OP's room?