Back during my freshman year of college, a professor was quoting childbirth rates from past centuries compared to today. After stating that “in the late 1800s, there were approximately 6.5 births per 1,000 people,” one girl raised her hand and asked, “How you can have half a birth?”
But such a simple misunderstanding of how averages work is far from being the dumbest thing ever uttered in a college classroom. Behold: the wisdom of the next generation:
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