Theoretical Logic

A collection of Trevor Parscal's illustrated theories, some more plausible than others.

Conversation Topics

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Theory: The stronger you feel about someone, the more likely you are to discuss politics with them.

Obtaining Food

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Theory: The average instant-noodles styrofoam cup has equal nutritional value and greater flavor than it’s contents.

Punk Bands

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Theory: Punk is as much about music as it is about not being too popular.

Dinner Parties

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Theory: Nothing motivates you to reconsider the cleanliness of your home like having guests over for dinner.

Test Driven Development

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Theory: Unit tests are like birth control, ineffective either when not used properly or when not used at all.

Resume Contents

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Theory: The word “resumé” actually means “lies” in French.

Wrinkles in Clothing

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Theory: The only way to avoid ironing is to hang up or begin wearing clothes fresh out of the dryer.

Browser Releases

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Theory: Chrome will use triple-digit version numbers before Internet Explorer uses double-digit ones.

Memorability of Music

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Theory: If Mentos’ freshness lasted as long as their jingle stuck in your head then the world would have far better breath.

Good Platform Video Games

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Theory: Most platform video games are rubbish.