So me and my friend can't seem to decide whether or not straws have 2 holes or just 1 and I was just wondering what you guys think. Personally I think it only has 1 hole.

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Do straws have 2 holes or 1 hole.

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1 hole
2 holes

another day another straw

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Well, you're wrong :P

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You're wrong.

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If it was just one hole it wouldn't have two openings, which it does.

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I see ONE HOLE and TWO OPENINGS in your argument.

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Another day, another troll thread.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLbCDFRBMaQ

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To be BlepCat threads are highlights, as they are really funny most of the times.

Nothing wrong with a smile ;)

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Hurr durr calling out yada yada yada...

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Calling out who broke the rules you can't do, like saying oh i will tell you who wrecked that car. This is more like saying oh that person is constantly nagging.. Just 2 whole different things.

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Maybe :) But I noticed a tendency to pointing out calling out (whether it's justified or not) and just wanted to be first here :)

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Do you actually watch that kind of show?

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Yeah one of those shows you watch before going to bed because there isn't much else.

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Shoot. My first instinct was one, until I thought of tunnels... Now I'm just confused 🙈

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The mathematically correct answer is 1 hole.

A straw is topologically the product of a circle, which has 1 hole, and an interval, which has 0 holes. So the straw has 1 hole. Formally, a straw is topologically equivalent to S1 × [0, L], where S1 is the unit circle and L is the length of the straw.

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Math doesn't have answers for quite everything, but it does get us pretty far, doesn't it? :)

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Indeed :)

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the power of pi. Reminds me of the book I read yesterday to stop the guy reading her mind she literally just starts thinking about the numbers of pi and freaks him out

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Perfect fit :D
Pi is a very fascinating number :3

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What if while high on math you cut the straw into 2 similar straws, then it would have 2 holes.

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1 hole with 2 entrances

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Maybe it's sometimes more complicated than you think...

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Oh boy.

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single straw has two hole one way out
that's my statement

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By the way, how many holes are there in the human race?

Ear hole. 2 Eye hole. 2 Nostrils. 2 Mouth hole. 1 Ass hole. 1
Oh, there were pores. Innumerable.
That is, it is impossible to stick a straw in every hole.
NSFW Do not search in this word. "porcupine quills"

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Lol, i just watched this 5 min ago :D

Scary

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Oh, you told everyone.😁

Bad humanity will shake up.😆

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Well technically mouth hole and the rectum can be considered one hole since like the straw they're connected.

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NSFW Do not search in this word. "porcupine quills"

Thanks for the warning, I won't.

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1 hole but when you bend the top bit 2 holes

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how does that work

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not sure but it sounds right

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Yeah but how is it a hole

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Ez, 1 hole. Suppose you have a cylinder made of wood/metal, that is as big as a straw (same dimensions). When drilling through it from 1 end to the other (with a drill long enough), how many times do you need to drill? One. You can't make 2 holes with 1 drill at the same time. Now, if straw is not made of wood/metal, then swap the material after making a hole. :)

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You can't make 2 holes with 1 drill at the same time.

Drill through notepad, and you will have as many holes as many pages notepad had.

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Touche.

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But let's take a cave. In a cave, an entrance is seen as a hole (hollow place in a solid body or surface). When a cave has 2 ways to enter, we say it has 2 entrances and we earlier defined an entrance of a cave as a hole. If we look at the straw as a cave, it clearly has 2 holes.. Food for thought lmao

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GOVERNMENT PIPE SPECIFICATIONS

  1. All pipe is to be made of a long hole, surrounded by metal or plastic, centered around the hole.

  2. All pipe is to be hollow throughout the entire length – do not use holes of different length than the pipe.

  3. The I.D. (inside diameter) of all pipe must not exceed the O.D. (outside diameter) – otherwise the hole will be on the outside of said pipe.

  4. All pipe is to be supplied with nothing in the hole, so that water, steam or other stuff can be put inside at a later date.

  5. All pipe should be supplied without rust – This can be more readily applied at the job site. Some vendors are now able to supply pre-rusted pipe. If available in your area, this product is recommended as it will save a lot of time on the job site.

  6. All pipe over 500 feet (153m) in length should have the words “long pipe” clearly painted on each end, so the Contractor will know it is a long pipe.

  7. Pipe over 2 miles (3.2 km) in length must have the words “very long pipe” painted in the middle, so the Contractor will not have to walk the entire length of the pipe to determine whether or not it is a long pipe, or a very long pipe.

  8. All pipe over 6” (152 mm) in diameter must have the words “large pipe” painted on it, so the Contractor will not mistake it for a small pipe.

  9. Flanges must be used on all pipe. Flanges must have holes for bolts quite separate from the big hole in the middle.

  10. When ordering 90 degrees, 45 degrees or 30 degrees elbow, be sure to specify right hand or left hand; otherwise you will end up going the wrong way.

  11. Be sure to specify to your vendor whether you want level, uphill, or downhill pipe. If you use downhill pipe for going uphill, the water will flow the wrong way.

  12. All couplings should have either right hand or left hand thread, but do not mix the threads - otherwise, as the coupling is being screwed on one pipe, it is unscrewed from the other.

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Nr 7 will surprise you!

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1 hole, if it's isn't defective straw like flutes are...

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The Action Lab recently made a video about this

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This argument and thread is totally pointless.

Your straw does not have ANY hole, that would contain a useful giveaway. You've got a seriously defective straw :(

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That's a valid point. Not only that, but it even does not contain a potato!

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Oh I do love technicalities 💚

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Yeah next time I'm plannin on puttin a giveaway

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Think i would get good facial emotion out of my boss if would ask that on monday with an example plate. "Does this steel plate have one or two holes" and the spinning the plate one side to another. :3

Actually must make 9 holes on monday on 9 steel chunks, one hole to each chunk right in the middle. At least boss or researcher wouldn't drill a hole in me for a pun like this, but oh boi if would make two holes in them. o.o'

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is one hole but sometimes

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Ugh I hate when that happens. One minute you're enjoying a nice drink, next you're trapped in some worm hole. And your drink spilled.

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. #relatable

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i know, really. if i end up in one more alternative time line where i have to fight myself i'm just gonna flip! i mean how many good me's can there be?

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1 hole, 2 ends.
That's my final answer.

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Well, oxford dictionary has multiple definitions, but all of them describe a hole as a hollow space, and straw has only one hollow space, so - one hole with two openings.

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That was an interesting watch, thanks :)

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That was amazing, thanks

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You really should have made this a Straw Poll.

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more than one, have a Nesquik! <-- new!!

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I really want to try that. I mean, I'm sure it's not that big a difference (except for maybe causing more burps?), but it certainly does make me curious.

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:D

really don't know if this gonna succeed, and thought it was 100% marketing juice... result (cause, hey, i have to try it): it's different. and it works.

basically they closed the "front" hole, so to pierce it vertically (top and bottom) and horizontally (side of the straw). 4 little holes in place of a big one. so, it kinda flows differently in your mouth giving you the impression the product is really tastier than before (hint = it's the same identical product)

also: if you're willing to pay the shipping, i could send you one (but, hey, just one!) :P

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Probably not enough to ship something internationally. I could tape up the end of a straw and poke my own holes for a lot less. ;)

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it's worth noting that it depends on the language, as the definition of a hole in one language may not exactly match the definition of the translation of the word hole into another language.

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At first I thought that this thread is useless. Now - after reading all comments - I feel much smarter then before.
Thanks.

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