INTERNET users have been confused by a maths question from a children’s exam because they are as thick as shit.
The question, which fundamentally asks how many people were on a train before two people got off, went viral because a lot of people are not very bright.
Mother-of-two Emma Bradford said: “Wow this is a real mind bender! I can believe they make kids as young as six do this sort of fairly basic arithmetic.
“It’s no wonder they’re all depressed. This is tougher than the Where’s Wally book with the Eiffel Tower in it.”
Julian Cook, of Swindon, said: “The answer is obviously something incredibly complicated and abstract. I expect all the numbers stand for letters and make up a Latin word, something like that. There’s no way it could just be what it appears to be.”
Engineer Roy Hobbs said: “Although the answer has now been published online, I’ve written a lengthy blog post about how it’s not actually 65 but 491.34 because I am a massive smart arse with no friends and nothing better to think about.
“I get quite aggressive about this sort of thing.”