Title text: ...okay, but because you said that, we're breaking up.
In statistics, statistical significance is used to measure how well a set of data demonstrates a particular hypothesis or statement. In particular, it makes judgement about how likely that the observed effect is real, and not just the result of a sampling anomaly. The term significant other is used to refer to a person's intimate relation, typically a spouse or a long-term boyfriend or girlfriend. They are the "significant other" person in their life, apart from themselves.
Megan asserts her claim that Cueball is her boyfriend by presenting the time that he had spend with people in the form of a box plot, with her data point lying far ahead of the rest of the chart. Cueball accepts her claim, and she responds with a monumental pun that combines the phrases "statistically significant" and "significant other".
The title text illustrates the low esteem in which puns are held in modern society: even though she proved her point, Cueball takes the only option left to him, which is to break up with her.
- [Megan is on the phone.]
- Megan: Can my boyfriend come along?
- Cueball: I'm not your boyfriend!
- Megan: You totally are.
- Cueball: I'm casually dating a number of people.
- [Megan points to a chart.]
- Megan: But you spend twice as much time with me as with anyone else. I'm a clear outlier.
- Cueball: Your math is irrefutable.
- Megan: Face it—I'm your statistically significant other.