Not good at real life
Orangeboy was still very concerned about a math question he probably got wrong. I assume this is because he was aiming for a perfect score on the math portion. He considers himself a math genius and future math teacher.
The subject of the discussion was a word problem about estimating measurements. According to Orangeboy it was worded something like this:
"Lisa wants to make three batches of pancakes. Approximately how much milk would she use?
A. 36 cups
B. 36 ounces
C. 36 quarts
D. 36 gallons
Orangeboy thought she would use 36 cups of milk. He reasoned that a "batch" means a lot of pancakes and three batches would be many, many pancakes. Sister said she thought about it and decided that 36 ounces would probably be enough. I confirmed that the answer was, surely, 36 ounces because it really didn't take much milk for one batch of pancakes and 36 ounces would be over 4 cups of milk. You wouldn't need more than that unless you were cooking for an army or the whole school. Orangeboy's brother also confirmed that Orangeboy was wrong by laughing.
Orangeboy's response: "Well, I'm not too good at things that have to do with real life."
Yes, we know.
He's a genius on paper, but when it comes to real life application of learning; he'd rather play a video game.