A Love Letter from a Mechanical Engineer

A letter to a 'perpetual darling' from a 'strain-hardened lover.'


Mechanical engineers are inherently romantics, only crazy with machines and with hands full of grease. But mechanical engineers have their way with women. Saurabh Jain from Mumbai posted in a mechanical engineering forum this lovely letter wooing a woman – but for the woman to appreciate this letter, she should have at least taken the subject Mechanics.

My perpetual darling,

From the day you entered in the control volume of my mind, my heart has become a closed system and its entropy is increasing according to the Third Law of Love-o-Dynamics.

The events and activities are so complex that I cannot find the optimum path after N nos. of iterations.

My heart is unable to sustain the cyclicl load of your frequent smiles and is near to endurance limit failure.

I am quenched in your thoughts and no heat treatments can save my heart from decrystallization now.

Please do not test the bearing capacity of my heart valves and lower your yield strength.

Please do not increase the compression ratio of my heart so much because it is not designed to bear so much thermal stress.

Please lower the octane number of your temper as my little heart is not accustomed to so much undesired knocking.

I am sure that you also would be experiencing some residual stress, and will someday show a proportionate straining of your hear according to Hooke’s Law.

And as a mechanical engineer, I firmly believe in this theory… so I will wait… ‘til my little hear crosses its ultimate tensile stress and fractures.

Your Love,
Strain-Hardened Lover 

Source: Mechanical Engg

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