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Danny's Wok, a Chinese restaurant in West Philly, may have cracked the code to get people interested in math.

A jewelry maker and twitter user who goes by the name @seanposting pointed out the absurdity of a chicken wing menu which has customers breaking out the calculators to order. It seems no one can come up with any kind of formula for breaking down the per wing cost. Of course that wasn't going to stop Twitter from trying with hilarious results.

We need order in the world.

Is Danny trolling us?

Okay, things just got a little too real.


But there were other factors to consider.

We're never eating are we?

H/T: Mashable. Buzzfeed

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