In an ad for Crest Tartar control, they show twin girls who are exactly alike”except one has tartar and the other doesn’t. The ad asks: œhow can this happen? The narrator goes on to say, œBecause MORE than 1 in 2 people have tartar.

Okay, now y’all know I’m no queen of math, but in a group of TWO people, it seems saying œmore than one is to say œboth which is to say œall of them.  I mean, what is Crest saying? One woman is pregnant, which is why it’s œMore than 1 but œless than two?

I’m just saying, someone needs to do the math on this¦