I got sent a link to an online story about a woman and her boyfriend discussing the weather
‘30 degrees out of 360? So all that hotness is left to get us’: Girl is left utterly baffled as she tries to understand how temperatures work- Jenny Davies, 22, struggles to understand how temperatures work
- She tells boyfriend Brad Holmes there is a '360 degree circle of hotness'
- Claims 30C heat is not that warm - as there is 330 degrees left 'to get us'
- Brad, 24, hysterically laughs behind the camera as she fails to understand
This amusing clip shows the girlfriend of a serial prankster try to explain the ways of weather to her partner - but gets it hilariously wrong.
In the latest of Brad Holmes' popular videos, he can be heard asking his partner Jenny Davies why she is insisting the temperature has not been that hot as they bask in the recent sunshine.
The brunette admits it is warm - but claims the weather is not that scorching on the 'degrees circle'.After Brad questions her explanation, she drags a cigarette bowl in front of her and tells him to pretend it is the '360 degree circle of hotness'
A bemused Brad questions what she means, to get the reply: 'The 360 degrees circle.'
She then continues to trace a circle on the garden table in front of her, exclaiming that 30C is only a small part of 360 degrees - which she seems to believe is the measurement of temperature.
When Brad, 24, struggles to understand, a frustrated Jenny pulls an ash tray in front of her to demonstrate, saying: 'This is the 360 degree circle, Brad'.
When questioned 'Of what?', she replies: 'Of hotness'.
Despite the prankster's laughter, the 22-year-old is adamant to get her point across.
But even basic mathematics seem too much for Jenny as she struggles to minus 30 from 360 in a bid to show Brad how much heat is left 'to get us'. The 22-year-old starts to get frustrated with Brad's mocking laughter - but does not give up on her explanation
After showing Brad that 30 degrees is only a fraction of 360, she exclaims: 'Could you imagine what it's going to be like if it ever gets to 360 degrees?
'Because I stink right now and I dread to think what I'd smell like right there.'
Brad, from Southampton, replies: 'Let me get this straight - you think 360 degrees is a hotness?'
When she agrees, he can be heard hysterically laughing behind the camera while Jenny looks on straight-faced, saying: 'You don't understand what I'm saying, do you?' The prankster's laughter can be heard throughout the video in which he constantly asks his frustrated partner: 'What are you on about?'
The video has racked up more than 8.8 million views since it was posted on his Facebook page on Tuesday.
Shortly afterwards, Brad commented: 'F*** me I tried to tell her what Fahrenheit was.'
Some Facebook users cut in to defend Jenny.
Lacey Holland said: 'That's actually a really good explanation if her logic was true but unfortunately it isn't.
'But maybe it be should in a circle instead of a thermometer stick because it does make sense but obviously not up to 360 degrees.' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3700851/30-degrees-360-hotness-left-Girl-left-utterly-baffled-tries-understand-temperatures-work.html