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Salads? YES. SALADS. A salad basically has different functions and numbers that are jumbled up into one unique thing. For example, take BOX_M~.

In this blog post, I will try to define salad functions.

## Salad Function #$1$

Salad Function #1 is denoted as $S(x)$ and, in general, Salad Function #n is denoted as $S_n(x)$.

$S(1)=\text{Croutonillion}\uparrow^{\text{Meameamealokkapoowa}}(\text{Rayo}(\Sigma(6969)))$

$S(n+1)=S(n)\uparrow S(n)+E100\#\uparrow\uparrow\#\#S(n)$

Simple. :P

## Salad Function #$n$

$S_{n+1}(1)=S_n(S_n(S_2(\text{Rayo(n)})))+5$

$S_{m+1}(n+1)=S_{m+1}(n)\uparrow S_{m}(n)+E100\#\uparrow\uparrow\#\#S_{m}(n)$[/itex]

## Salad Function #$\alpha$

If $\alpha$ is a limit ordinal,

$S_\alpha(n)=S_{\alpha[S(n+1)]}(n+1)$

If $\alpha$ is a successor ordinal, treat the function as $S_{m+1}(n+1)$.

Well...