Take an appropriate food--eggs, chicken, steak, or pie, cake, fruit: X
Adding bacon, or chocolate, makes these food MORE AWESOME: X + Bacon = X(qty bacon) or X + Chocolate = X(qty Chocolate)
Eventually, 100% bacon or chocolate is achieved. This is the maximum coefficient of awesome: MCx(W00t)
The problem comes upon reaching MCx(W00t), some people lose track of the asymptote.
"I should add something to bacon/chocolate to make it MORE AWESOME!"
Sorry, but this doesn't work. Once maximum awesomeness has been achieved, adding anything else dilutes the awesomeness: MCx(W00t)-W00t = MCx(W00t)/W00t
Nor does the combination. In that case, MCx(W00t) X MCx(~W00t) = MCx(blah)
The math proves it.
Maintain your awesomeness. Don't dilute it.