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. The term significant other is used to refer to a person's intimate relation, typically a spouse or a boyfriend/girlfriend.
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, to which she responds with a pun on the word "significant," combining the phrases "statistically significant" and "significant other" in a so bad pun that in the title text, Cueball breaks 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.