This is cute. What happens if an engineer, a mathematician, a physicist and a computer scientist go out to eat? How do their field-based assumptions play into the bill paying?

According to Math With Bad Drawings, hilarity (and a lot of argument) ensues.

Then again, this seems like decidedly secondary problem with this theoretical dinner party. The real question is: What did they find in common to talk about during the meal? [Image via]

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