Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Happy V-D

I'm torn in my decision of which I liked best. My present or my Valentine sentiment from my husband.

Here's hoping you and I remain in long-run equilibrium.

For you I could find no substitute,For you are my perfect complement.

For you, my love knows no budget constraints.

Sweetheart, you're the only one on my indifference curve.

May this love be more than just an intertemporal choice.

Whichever way the wind shall blow,You will always be in my contingent consumption plan.

Today I throw diversification to the wind,And make you my single asset portfolio.

Price sensitivity be damned!Inelastically, this heart does demand.

If an optimized utility function borne of love is wrong,I don't want to be right.

Darling, as you consider the cost curves of our shared future,Does the marginal lie below the average?

If I called your body a dependent variable,Would you regress it on me?

You had me at "interpersonal utility comparison."

As my love for you grows stronger,A public good can you be no longer.

Sweetheart, on the distribution of possible love interests,You are a two-sigma event!

Roses are red,Estimators are BLUE,I longed for the Best,Until I found you.

Dork. Yes.
Dork who thought about putting a stripper pole in the kitchen. Oh, yeah.
Hot dork. Definitely.

Happy VD to you to, Baby.


missbhavens said...

Holy Moly that's dorky!

And really, really, really adorable.

amy said...

Wow. Such love and devotion. If only the rest of us could be so lucky! ;) Dorky but so cute. And isn't that how we like our husbands to be?? (Mine is. Totally.)

momma of 2 said...

That is dorky -but in the most adorable way...

Martin said...

'If I called your body a dependent variable,Would you regress it on me?'

Utter genius. Except that he needs to learn to put spaces after commas.

Marel Lecone said...

You guys are too cute. :)