Looking up "recursive" in the dictionary you will find "see recursive".
You are funny sir.
I don't think so... but that might be appropriate.
"Pete and RePete were sitting on a fence. Pete fell off. Who was left?"
I believe cyclical would be in the definition...sinusoidal..or does that have to do with migraines...
Huh. Did you grow up in MN? I did (Rochester) and it was always, "Pete and Re-Pete were sitting in a boat. Pete fell out. Who was left?"
Just went through there when we wend camping last weekend. Yes. Spent two years is SoDak, but otherwise here. First heard the joke at a Walker exhibit when I was 15 or so from a NY artist. Don't know how MN I am as I say "casserole", I drink "soda"
and actually pronounce the "t" in Minnesota.
You were in Rochester, now Washington... Near Yakima, by chance?
No, a ways away from Yakima--Seattle area. I say casserole and soda too. Although, I pronounce the invisible D in Minnesota, not the silent T. :p
"I guess no one ever told you not to use the word you're defining in the definition..."