This Dude's Math Fail Is Going Viral On Twitter And It's Making Everyone's Head Hurt
19 January 2017, 16:18 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09
"Let that sink"
Hey, quick question.
If you were born in 2005, how old does that make you right now? I'm not asking for me. I'm asking for my pal here who is being mercilessly roasted by the internet for his shaky mathematical gymnastics.
Please let that sink.
For the record, if you were born in 2005, you would be turning 12 this year. If you were born in 1997 you would be turning 20 this year. Some fun facts and figures for all the math buffs in the crowd.
People quickly hit @sandalshagger with some hilarious reactions.
@sandalshagger pic.twitter.com/4yhxlZ0mhF— #LetMyPeopleGLO (@MichellCClark) January 17, 2017
RT @sandalshagger: A kid born in 2005 is now 20 years old. Let that sink. pic.twitter.com/19Z79RSbzu— desp (@bigracks) January 16, 2017
RT @sandalshagger: A kid born in 2005 is now 20 years old. Let that sink. pic.twitter.com/CWI75gEpwR— Blaxit (@iHateDanae) January 16, 2017
RT @sandalshagger: A kid born in 2005 is now 20 years old. Let that sink. pic.twitter.com/N13uiICvuG— Cavs 29-11 (@I_Exude_Sarcasm) January 17, 2017
And some even theorized that @sandalshagger was a time traveler from the year 2025.
@bigracks @sandalshagger are we in 2025 already. This is a tweet from the future.— 'Femi (@feminemjean) January 17, 2017
This person even tried to inject their personal experience into the conversation to mixed results.
@MishaalNaeem @pakitrump that's your personal problem— Normachos #5H2017 (@Normachos) January 16, 2017
@sandalshagger then stepped in to clear up the misunderstanding but somehow made matters more confusing.
wow holy fuck, just realised we're in 2017 and not 2020, probably explains the confusion, how embarrassing— MK (@sandalshagger) January 17, 2017
Let's all just agree to collectively stay away from math on the internet from now on, yeah?