Today I will be reading some comments. Some of them are questions while others are crazy dares.
He also stated in his British accent.
The first comments say, "In your latest video you did a math problem. If you are so good at math solve this problem –17 – t – (t + 3)." Well for your information I am prodigious at math, so I will solve this easy problem.
Gary explained in his British accent.
Okay, first you distribute the negative sign to the problem because you can't solve the problem in the parenthesis. After doing this you get -17-t-t-3. Then you subtract the like terms together and get -17-2t-3. Finally you subtract the constants from each other to get the answer, -2t-20.
Garry explained in the same British accent.
Well, the second one is," Garry I triple dog dare you to put on a dress." Okay, this one is so easy that it is for amateurs. But I will still do it.
Gary's mom just arrived from London, which surprised Garry.
Good grief, Garry this is why you don't have a girlfriend