I thought you would.
Do you know what those tests are actually called?
Because I think I want to try taking them again and I'm not sure what to google.
I used to just look at those questions and doodle my initials inside a heart with the initials of whatever boy I had a crush on for that exact moment in time.
And then I generally just picked the letter "B" (for boy) if it was a multiple choice question or wrote something like "How can I answer this when I am feeling incredible personal anguish over the potential loss of human life?" And I even drew little hearts for the dots in the "i's" but the teachers were not impressed.
I pretty much flunked Math.
But now I am ready to vanquish these questions with the finely tuned mechanism of my Grandma mind!
Let me give you an example.
Get ready. You are going to be impressed.
If Grandchildren 1 and 2 need to be at swimming class from 12:00 until 12:30 and Grandchild 3 needs to be at swimming class from 12:30 until 1:00 and Grandchild 1 needs to go to sewing class at 1:15 BUT needs to go by Joanne Fabrics first to get material for a nightshirt she is making AND if she refuses (with tear-filled big blue eyes) to let Grandchild 2 come to the fabric store because it is her "special" time with you, how can you drop Grandchild 2 at home, get to Joanne Fabrics, drop Grandchild 1 on time for her class without making Grandchild 3 feel like she is an abandoned child?
See what I mean?
OK. Let me give you another example.
If daughter-in-law 1 leaves her house at 8:30 am to meet you on the freeway somewhere BUT son number 1 gets involved and changes the plans to meet at 8:50 am at a different location AND daughter number 3 needs to be picked up at the car repair shop before 9:10 am AND Granddaughters number 1 and 2 need to be at piano before 9:30 am, what time does your brain explode?
I'm tellin' ya.
I can do it.
Trains colliding? Geez. That is such a sissy question.
I could totally figure that out now in a second.
The answer is...
WHO CARES?!? Who really cares when I have all these real-life, complicated mathematics equations to deal with on a daily basis.
I mean... ummm... how can I answer this when I am feeling incredible personal anguish over the potential loss of human life?