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NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME, ENGLAND - JANUARY 25: Five-year-old Lois Copley-Jones, who is the photographer's daughter, does her Maths studies in her bedroom on January 25, 2021 in Newcastle-under-Lyme, England. Under current government policy, schools in England wouldn't open before the February half-term break at the earliest, but the Prime Minister has declined to commit to reopening them before Easter. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

I would never consider myself a math whiz.  After all, the entire reason I got into radio was to avoid math.  My Dad owns his own commercial carpeting company and has for 30+ years now.  I remember going with him to measure office buildings during my summer vacation and he’d make me measure perimeters of rooms, as well create equations for me to solve.  That’s when I realized that there’s no way I wanted to this every single day as a job.  I would’ve rather worked in a donut shop.  At least I knew how many donuts equal a dozen unlike the woman in the video below.

This video went viral last week.  The unfortunate incident happened at a donut shop where a customer argues with the cashier over the amount of donuts she didn’t receive. The cashier doesn’t really argue back, but she does explain that A DOZEN equals 12; NOT 50.  This customer actually thought a dozen donuts meant 50 donuts.  She keeps arguing that she’s right and even insults the poor cashier.  It’s a little cringeworthy at how combative she is about a dozen equaling 50.


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I like her fanny-pack.