Math is Hard for Frankie

The magnitude of an object’s displacement from its equilibrium position exerts a constant downward force, Qte=(elebenty x mg²) on the fundamental physical laws required of those properties being of bulk elements with properties being the infinitesimal center of mass.

“This is Frankie, he was just too scared of the Dino to share the bed. He settled for using it as a pillow.” -Elizabeth O.



  1. Frankie is simply demonstrating the opposite of a butt bed.

  2. 260Oakley says:

    Head bed

  3. emmberrann says:

    Aanother way of saying “head bed” is the word “pillow.”

  4. Snerk!

  5. QTE Math = Happy equations.

  6. Oh Gosh! he is ADORABLE. I have to ask though, where did you get the dino chew? That one is my girl’s most favorite chew ever and we haven’t been able to find it for a couple years. She used to share one with her best friend (who has passed to cancer.) We would LOVE to get her one for Christmas! THAT exact chew I would know it anywhere.

  7. Martha in Washington says:

    Your math gave me a headache but then Frankie’s adorabuhlness fixed it! Thanks, Frankie!

  8. Awww what a poignant story. 😦

    It looks like a Nylabone Dura Chew Dental Dinosaur. They come in 12 packs with one of 3 random dinosaurs. They have them on Amazon and also Drs Smith and Foster. I bet that if you called the latter, and explain to them your story, they would pick out the stegosaur for her.

  9. Is it still Qte for females to be scared of math? I thought that got fixed decades ago.

  10. Frankie's Mom says:

    Yup it is a Nylabone Dura Chew 🙂 Frankie picked it out at the local Petco, here in Southern California