IM LIVID

### I asked these people how to write 509 in Roman numerals but they won't tell me

What a bunch of DIX

i'm LIVID

### My History teacher got so angry that I couldn't translate the sequence 50,1,5,1,500 into Roman Numerals

You could almost say he was Livid.

Not on my watch.

### Pirate Leader: Can someone tell me how to write 2 in Roman numerals?

Crew: I I Captain.

Not on my watch.

Perfect score.

### Roman numerals, ey...

What are they good IV?

### You may be surprised to know that Roman numerals are actually very easy to do Algebra with

X is always equal to 10.

Very punny! ;)

### I struggle with Roman Numerals until I get to 159

Then it just CLIX.

### My friend told me she doesn't like Roman Numerals because you can't make puns from them.

I told her, I for one, like Roman Numerals.

### A lot of people find Roman numerals to be confusing, but I for one

V for 5, X for 10, L for 50...

### Why is there so much hate around Roman Numeral Jokes?

I, for one, like Roman numerals

Pass it on

### Roman Numerals are very interesting... [LONG JOKE]

You turn on the radio one morning to find another one of those Rap songs where every 4th word is a swear. Naturally the Radio bleeps it out, but you realize that it sounds familiar. You realize that the rappers are speaking in Morse code.

Your eyes widen as you swerve over onto the shoulder ...

This joke may contain profanity. 🤔

### In Ancient Greece, a warrior struggles to sort his disciples.

Seeing as he didn’t have the privilege of Roman numerals and didn’t know how to count, he decided to use the ol’ Shepard boy sorts-sheep-by-amount-of-pebbles method, but with a twist. As such, he matches the soldiers in pairs of two based on appearances or, if they sounded similar, by names.

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### I, for one, like Roman numerals,

Or the number of days it's been since someone has reposted this joke.

### I've never been very good with mental math. At times its like the numbers move around and disappear into the distance.

I'm not unique, many people struggle with roamin' numerals.

### The Ancient Romans were debating how to count things

Their city state was already hundreds of years old, and their Republic was barrelling down the pathway to Empire: but they still hadn't decided fully how to count things.

The Senate was a blaze of fury as populares and optimates rowed over the proper way to measure and record all things numer...