A: “After you have spent an entire Sunday doing statistics homework, every other choice in life seems like a “reject” or a “fail to reject” decision!"
B: “But are you “confident” enough to take those decisions?”
A: “Well, should one make personal decisions based on statistical significance or a 95% confidence interval?”
B: “I think one must consider the T(ea)-value before any decision, especially when it is this cold. If there is no T, then there would be zzzzzzzz”
A: “Yes, the null hypothesis (Ho): [If not “t”, then “z”] shall have no alternative hypothesis (Ha). This is proven with 100% confidence, fully supported by the Ch(a)i square test”
P.S. B: "A word of caution though! Taking the Ch(a)i square test indiscriminately often leads to dangerously high p(ee)-values, which can cause you to fail the null hypothesis."
Graduate school can do a lot to your madness quotient J