Some more common uses of mathematical language in so-called ‘real’ life* follow. Brevity good. Something useful for seminar breaks would be better.
“Like, totally, absolutely convergent” : Common in freshman ‘prooves’.
“Expression manipulation” : Lying.
“F is badly behaved” : However, F has a smooth legal representative…
“Adding one term” : In poly-ticks any additional term is always positive.
“By utilizing this inequality, we can get the weaker side as low as we want!” : So-called nasty capitalist talk.
“Careful estimate” : All sources carefully hidden.
“A show that redefines television!” : Sure: .
“Laplace transforms” : …into its firetruck mode, and runs over Megatron.
“We have the proof!” : We have a rectally originated idea, a snappy slogan, and an overemoting witness of questionable sincerity and mental acuity. Plus, we cry easily.
“There are no zeros on the boundary” : The Border Patrol is on strike.
“Ass. f anal.” : A mysterious personals column preference.
“A removable pole” : KGB talk.
* Note : . The inclusion is strict; for an example, see the records of your local parliament.
Ye Great Old Ones, I need to go lie down a bit.