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It forms an addition square...7+1 = 8 etc.

I think i see whats going on here... Where is February 29 and 30?

Each Sunday occurring on a date that is a multiple of seven isn't surprising, considering there are seven days in a week. For *any* month where a specific day of the week occurs on the 7th, then the rest of those days will occur on the 14th, 21st, and 28th. So, what's the deal?

It's an addition square, I think it's actually awesome.

OMG SATURDAY THE 13TH

"'It forms an addition square...7+1 = 8 etc.' 'so 4+11=12, 8+15=16, etc?'" Do you know what an addition table even is?

clearly we're stupid. the math involved in figuring this out is soooo far beyond our intelligence level that all we see is a simple calendar with absolutely nothing wrong with it, yet it OBVIOUSLY shows you how to safely divide by zero.

I can't tell someone tell me

please stop commenting on this sh*t, it's probably posted by some retard that doesn't know a week counts seven days

"It forms an addition square...7+1 = 8 etc." so 4+11=12, 8+15=16, etc?" you are obviously a fucking retard who doesn't know what an addition square is

In case no one knew, the month of February, 2010 started on a Sunday... I'm not sure what this has to do with it, maybe it's just pointing out the fail... (P.S. I'm positive it was this way, because bot February and March had a Friday, the 13th.)

HOLY COW A CALENDAR!!!!!

I can say that this has nothing to do with pokemon.

Seven and below. If you know your math well enough, you'll understand.

In 2010 February had 29 days...

omg, that means this year chistmas will be on Friday 13th!

Top row: 1,2,3,4,5,6 Left column: 7,14,21,28 Pick a number from the top row, say 5 Now pick a number from the left column, say 7 Now from the row that your left column number is on (7, row 2) go right until you are under your top row number (5) Now take that number (12) and subtract the top number from it (5, getting 7, your column number)

"It forms an addition square...7+1 = 8 etc." so 4+11=12, 8+15=16, etc?

WHAT THE FLYING FUCK AM I SUPPOSED TO BE LOOKING AT!?!?!?

Just Like March?!?!1!>!

I'm missing the pokemon here?

omg...a calendar!

HOLY CRAP IT'S FEBRUARY

But sunday is the last day of the week... Mind blown.

febuary only has 28 days XD and 2010 wasent a leapyear!!

2010 didn't have a February!

They are multiples of 7 from Sunday the 7 which is 7 times 1 to Sunday the 14th which is 7 times 2 to Sunday the 21 which is 7 times 3 to Sunday the 28 which is 7 times 4

hmm... for some reason im suddenly compelled to buy a general blue calender. No idea why.

"It forms an addition square...7+1 = 8 etc." Oh, so if you subtract 7 from a number you get the number above it? Well, of course! A week is 7 days long, you pissing idiot!!!

Well if you take the first letter of wednesday, thursday and friday you get WTF... am i right?

It seems that all of you guys are a bounch of ignorants... The mystery behind the calendar is obviously that the first sunday is the day 0, therefore is the day were it all began, the day when Jesus was born. Christmas is a mistake indeed...

ohh well....

GENERAL BLUE.

"7+1=8, 7+2=9, 14+5=19, 21+4=25...... get it?" Well, duh! A week is 7 days long, dumbass!

I shat bricks when I didn't see it

PLEEAAAASE PEOPLE! There's this thing called a leap year which occurs about every four years (i think) and shows that the month of February does not have the 29th day during this time, clear?

If you look closely you'll see that the squares height decreases by one pixel every week.

Monday =1 Sunday = 7 and so on and so on

I don't get it.
It forms an addition square...7+1 = 8 etc.