There was an advert on C5 a moment ago for something called the Red Driving School, it was an advert aimed at recruiting people as driving instructors.
The voiceover guy said (and I quote):
“Over a million people a year take driving lessons, and you could be teaching them”
Does the Red Driving School give its instructors a TARDIS? Because surely, that’s the only way an instructor could teach over a million people a year?
Assuming the instructor works a notional 10 hours a day x seven days a week x 52 weeks a year = 4,368 people receiving one lesson a year.
Let’s go bonkers and assume the instructor works a notional 24 hours a day x seven days a week x 52 weeks a year, what do we get?
So the advert assumed that the viewing public wouldn’t be able to do simple maths?
Or it lied.