I just passed my general examination, a three-hour oral exam testing my comprehensive knowledge on five different graduate-level mathematics subjects and a necessary step toward finally getting my freakin’ degree. I’ve been doing almost nothing but review for this exam for *five full weeks*. Five long, hideous, stressful weeks of studying for *one* three-hour exam on an incredibly large subject area.

And I am DONE!!!

Take *that*, Poincare Duality!

And *that*, Cauchy’s Integral Formula!

What’s that, Classification of Finitely-Generated Abelian Groups? You want some? Fine, you can stand over there and get your butt whooped, right next to Hadamard’s theorem and Gauss’s Theorem Egregium! And tell the Gauss-Bonnet formula that if it ever shows it’s ugly face around here I’ll kick it’s butt too!

*And* your L[sup]p[/sup]-spaces!

I will now strut and revel in my mathematical superiority.

[strutting commences…]