Example of normal math
4+4 bones delicious, but if only there was a way to get more bones.
Let’s try these same problems using modern relativity
4+4=100,000,000 bones. Now that is what I call delicious math!
This new math is so delicious I wish that I could use modern relativity math for everything! With a few little tweaks think of all the wonderful things I could do with my new invention. With my new math
1 minute in the car would equal 1 meal out
2 minutes in the car would equal 3 meals out
3 minutes in the car would equal 10 meals out
and 4 minutes in the car would net me 100 tummy satisfying meals out
or even better
1 hour of work would equal 100 hours of pay
2 hours of work would equal 10000 hours of pay
3 hours of work would equal 100,0000,000 hour of pay.
Wow! Can you imagine how great the world would be if I could use this type of math? In a few hours I would be the richest pup in the world! Imagine all the fun that I could have and all the bones that I would be able to buy. Why I would be the envy of every pup.
This is so great, but…what if someone were to use my new math against me? Imagine if my grandpa said that
1 day out =0 rides
2 days out= 10 months without car rides
3 days out = 10 years without car rides
or what if my new math fell into the wrong hands so that
for 1 bark I owed them 10 bones
2 barks meant that I had to give them 100 bones
and 3 barks meant that I owed them 100,000 bones
I guess as satisfying as my new math might be, I will have to go back to plain old every day math. It might not be as yummy, but at least my bones are safe from ruthless bone stealing monsters.